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London Pet Show, Earls Court, London, 17 & 18 May 2014

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Save the date: 9 & 10 May 2015 at ExCeL


Why Choose London Pet Show


Don’t miss out on 25,000 visitors from the affluent areas of London and the Home Counties

The UK’s top pet show in the UK, The London Pet Show, is set for its biggest year to date in 2014 with exhibition space increased by 60% and with an estimated attendance of 25,000 visitors.
The Show has grown larger and larger year on year, surpassing visitor targets and attracting headline sponsors including Burgess Pet Care and Royal Canin.
London Pet Show is organised by leading exhibition organisers, Brand Events 1 Ltd.  We are dedicated to investing in the shows we organise, to exceeding expectations and to delivering original and spectacular content. 


Now in our fourth year, the London Pet Show 2014 has grown substantially in terms of size and content and as a result, has moved in the much larger, Earls Court One, remaining in one of London's most accessible exhibition venues.  The show is divided into six zones - Discover Dogs, Discover Cats, Discover Small Furries, Discover Animals, Discover Aquatics and Reptiles and Discover Ponies. Each section has its own live interactive and stimulating feature area with demonstrations, talks and activities for that particular pet, plus shopping opportunities.
The Show is a fun day out aimed at pet owners and  pet lovers, but puts animal welfare at its heart, working closely with all the major organisations and charities to promote responsible ownership to existing and potential pet owners.

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Discover the different show sectors

Discover dogs Discover cats Discover small furries Discover aquatics & reptiles Discover animals Discover ponies

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Opening times

Saturday, 9th May 2015 from 9.30am - 5pm

Sunday, 10th May 2015 from 9.30am - 5pm

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