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Pets Win Prizes


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Third in the current series of the furry, feathery and scaly game show where pets compete to win themselves and their owners prizes. This week's show features owls racing, dunkin'dogs, suckling calves, and a game called
"Get Set Gecko!" The prize is a holiday in the Maldives. Presented by Dale Winton , assisted by Terry Nutkins , who's on hand to make sure the pets keep to the rules and maintain a sense of fair play, and vet Mary Nicoll.
Director Bob Cousins ; Producer Mark Linsey
Send a video of your pet to [address removed] All video tapes will be returned.


Presented By: Dale Winton
Assisted By: Terry Nutkins
Unknown: Mary Nicoll.
Director: Bob Cousins
Producer: Mark Linsey

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