UK’s ‘ultimate day out for animal lovers’ returns to Birmingham
Bigger, better and furrier than ever, The National Pet Show returns to Birmingham’s NEC on the Saturday 2 and Sunday 3 November.
From reptiles to rabbits, ponies to parrots and goldfish to guinea pigs, it’s perfect for all the family as animal lovers great and small can learn about a myriad of species and breeds – as well as getting the chance to stroke them and take selfies with them along the way.
Brand new this year is ‘Family Fur Tunes’. One of the highlights of the show, it will see family teams led by Autumnwatch presenter Michaela Strachan and TV vet Rory Cowlam. Both sides will be invited to ‘pet their wits’ against each other in a hilarious quickfire challenge that tests their animal knowledge. They’ll compete, twice a day, with different families in each slot. Would-be contestants must register in advance online for a chance to win a place.
Other highlights include talks and appearances from stars including The SuperVet, AKA Professor Noel Fitzpatrick and Britain’s Got Talent’s Lucy Heath, world record attempts with The Guinness World Records team, Stunt animals, Animal Rescue Barn and Canine Catwalk ,
And that’s not even the half of it, find out more on the National Pet Show can be found at: www.thenationalpetshow.com