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Pembrokeshire’s Top Pet Competition

Enter our top pet competition to be in with a chance of winning top prizes!

Our exciting new competition to find the best pet in Pembrokeshire closes to new entries at 11pm on May 31 – so don’t miss out.

The winner in each category will be crowned our top pet and scoop a top prize.

We have had some great entries so far and it’s not too late to put your pet into the running.

Do you think your pet is the cutest or funniest in Pembrokeshire and has what it takes to take the Top Pet crown?

All you have to do is send us a video clip of your pet of 20 seconds or a photo of your animal, their name, as well as your name and contact details.

Entries can be entered via the upload form below.

Please put ‘Top Pet’ in the subject line of your email or social media message.

The competition is open to pets of all kinds, shapes and sizes and we can’t wait to see your videos of your adorable four-legged friends, rare reptiles, and fabulous fish.

Entries are open until 11pm on Friday June 31.

The best entries will be put into a shortlist which will be revealed later in June and this will go out to a public vote, with the pet receiving the most votes being crowned our Top Pet 2022 winner.

Terms and conditions apply.

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