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Pet lovers are in for a treat at this year’s Pet Expo being held at Glow Bluewater


The three day event, running between Friday 25 October and Sunday 27 October, promises to be a really fun event for all the family and will be a “must visit” event for the UK’s Pet Loving community, including all pet owners, as well as families with pets and those looking to choose a new family pet.


For those considering getting a pet for Christmas, a strong theme at Pet Expo 2013 will be to promote responsible pet ownership and animal welfare. The animal charities, retailers, breeders, associations and pet services will be there specifically to meet visitors and answer any questions.


Visitors can speak with experts in the field of animal behavior. Add to this an exciting mix of exhibitors and you have the makings of a great family day out.

With a huge variety of pets, pet products, service providers, entertainers, clubs and organisations that cater for pets, visitors will get to see and interact with lots of varieties of animals from dogs and cats to fish, ponies, reptiles and many other furry, cuddly and some not so cuddly animals!

Other features include Pets Corner, fun and interactive seminars by pet experts, Ask the Vet Clinic, daily fun Dog Show that visitors can enter, Ask the Trainer, Pet Grooming Showcase, Doggie Fashion Shows, Strictly Come Dancing competition for dogs, Exotics Display, Small Furry Friends, Pet Adoption and much, much more including FREE car parking for visitors, discounted deals at the Buewater Restaurants and a FREE voucher worth up to £75.00 for Pet Service presented to each Adult visitor to Pet Expo.

Further information at


Tickets on sale now at

Ticket Prices:
Adult Ticket (age 16+): £14
Child Ticket (ages 3 – 15): £7
Senior Ticket (age 60+): £10
Family Ticket (2 adults + 2 children): £35
Under 3’s go FREE 

Opening Times
Friday October 25 – 12 noon to 7pm
Saturday October 26 – 10am to 6pm
Sunday October 27 – 10am to 6pm 

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