Direct Line Pet Step Competition

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Get Your Pet on TV and Win Big Prizes with Direct Line's Pet Step Competition

We've all watched in awe at the highly trained pets on TV, winning national talent contests. But what about the pets we know and love - the ones who are part of the family? They've got talent too. Here's your chance to make your pet a star.

Direct Line have been helping people protect their precious pets with Pet Insurance for over 15 years now, so they know how special your pets are to you. And they believe that every pet across the land is a star in their own right. So they want to give your pet the chance to shine - whatever their moves - by featuring them in their new TV adverts on the Animal Planet Channel.

All you have to do to be in with a chance of getting your pet on TV is visit www.dothepetstep.com and upload a short video of your pet's best steps.

And that's not all! By just voting for your favourite video, you'll be in with a chance of winning incredible prizes, all courtesy of Direct Line Pet Insurance. To find out more about Pet Step, upload your own pet video, or to vote for your favourite, just go to www.dothepetstep.com .

In the meantime, to celebrate Direct Line's Pet Step campaign, we're giving away a £250 Red Letter Day Lifestyle voucher, redeemable at many high street outlets.....

CLOSING DATE: Monday 1st July 2013 23:23

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Question: On the Pet Step website, what is the shape of the prize totaliser?

Please provide an up to date contact number. This number will only be used to contact you if you have won.

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