Getting the most out of PetExpo 2022

You’re so excited to go to the expo where there will be more than 400 dogs, up to 100 cats and a variety of other small pets to see. You know there will be some awesome shows and amazing exhibition stands to explore. But, if you’re not careful, you might miss interesting exhibits or even the show that you wanted to see. So, what can you do to ensure that you and your family all get the most out of your day?

Planning is key

First, download the schedules from PetExpo’s website and make a note of all the events that you want to see, and their times. Next, try to get a floorplan, and work out where everything is in advance. Get the entire family involved in the planning of the day. Don’t forget to factor in time at the exhibition stands, to stock up on all your pet’s food, accessories, toys and more.

Be early

Make sure that you arrive at PetExpo at Monte Casino as early as possible, so that you can fit in everything that you want to experience before the expo closes. The doors will open at 08h30 and close again at 16h30. The time will go by so quickly, and you don’t want to miss out on anything!

Come and meet us

The one stop you have to include in your plan is a visit to our Animaltalk stand. Besides meeting the team, you will also have a chance to meet the therapy dogs from Paws 4 U. They can’t wait to meet you! And while you’re there, stock up on some issues of Animaltalk magazine, Dog Directory, and a variety of other magazines, for both young and old. You will also have an opportunity to renew your subscription at the stand.

The day will be over before you know it, so make the most of it!


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