The National Pet Show returns to ExCeL London on 7-8 May 2016; an unmissable event for pet lovers, owners and families nationwide.
Get up-close and personal to hundreds of different animals, from small furry creatures in the Burgess Small Furries Zone to aquatic wonders in the Fluval Aquatics Area, feathered friends in the Fluval Animal Zone, handsome stable yard members and exotic species, and not forgetting your favourite felines and four-legged friends in the popular Hill’s Cat and Royal Canin Dog Zones.
Receive top tips and free pet care advice from a host of leading experts including trusted vets, nurses, trainers, behaviourists, breeders, animal associations and charities. Whether you own a pet already, or are deciding which one would best fit in with your lifestyle, find out all you need to know about your favourite animal and learn about each type of pet.
Don’t leave empty handed, hit the aisles and shop ‘til you drop with stylish accessories, tasty treats and the latest gadgets on offer for your cherished pet.
Witness must-see spectacles starring amazing animal action! The National Pet Show offers a weekend filled with an action-packed line up of features including dog agility displays and much more.
Loyal fans of The Supervet will have the chance to see Noel Fitzpatrick as he takes to the stage as part of the Eukanuba Supervet Live Tour. This is your chance to take a front row seat to hear first-hand from Noel as he recounts the latest heart-warming stories from his popular Channel 4 series, and reveals the latest advances in the veterinary profession.
The Eukanuba SuperTheatre will also play host to live performances from the canine stars of SuperDogs Live sponsored by Confused.com, an amazing Birds of Prey display plus a spectacular reptile show with the renowned Crocodile Joe!
Don’t miss the popular Hill’s School 4 Dogs, which features live training and demonstrations from leading behaviourist and trainers. Learn how to train even the most disobedient dog and gain invaluable insight into the best care practices, all designed to enhance those special relationships between owners and their beloved pets.
Cat lovers will be delighted to hear of the return of Topcats, a competition launched especially for the National Pet Show by the GCCF (Governing Council of Cat Fancy) which provides essential information for owners seeking advice on kick-starting their feline friend’s foray into entering cat shows. Visitors of the show will even have the opportunity to enter their cats to be in with a chance of being crowned the cat’s whiskers and outshining their rivals.
As well as providing a truly fantastic day out, the National Pet Show is proud to promote responsible pet ownership and animal welfare to ensure visitors are armed with the most up-to-date information to give their pet, whatever species, a happy and healthy lifestyle. Partnering with reputable associations and charities underlines the show’s unfaltering commitment to the wellbeing of all creatures, great and small.