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Test Your Pet

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1/2. Rolf Harris and Kate Humble join an audience of pets and their owners to find out just how smart our animal companions are. Using a series of tasks devised by experts, studio participants -and viewers at home - can gain an insight into their pets' intelligence. There's a comparison of results from across the country in next week's show, plus more on animal IQ on Tuesday to Friday at 4.35pm.
Producer Jo Scofield ; Series producer Sarah Pitt
TO JOIN IN: viewers can register their pets' results by phone on [number removed] (the number goes live during the programme-calls cost 15p a minute), by texting [number removed] (normal network charges apply), visitingwww.bbc.co.uk/testyourpet, or via their TV handset (digital satellite and Freeview viewers only) How bright is your pet?: page 16

Contributors

Unknown: Rolf Harris
Unknown: Kate Humble
Producer: Jo Scofield
Producer: Sarah Pitt

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