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Sunday, 27 September, 2020

Could your “best friend” become a TV star?

Pooch Perfect’ is BBC One’s new primetime TV series that celebrates our Nation’s love of dogs and will be hosted by multi awarding-winning actress and multi dog-owning star, Sheridan Smith OBE.

The series searches for the UK’s Top Professional Dog Groomer. We will see groomers with passion, flair and a high level of technical expertise battle it out each week in a series of highly imaginative and testing technical grooming challenges.  As well as amazing ‘transFURmations’, each episode will also be packed full of useful information for dog lovers and owners, delivering top tips on responsible ownership, fun facts about dog breeds and a guide to at-home pooch pampering techniques.

They will be filming this throughout August in Salford.

They are looking for dogs of all breeds, who would be happy to be groomed on the show – they will need lots and lots of dogs who might enjoy a bit of pampering!

So if you would like to register your interest in having your scruffy hound turned into a perfect pooch then please apply online here: https://eu.jotform.com/SevenStudiosUK/Dog-Application

If anyone has any questions, they can get in touch with us by emailing: dogs@sevenstudiosuk.com

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