Virginia Beach Pet Expo is Tomorrow!
If you are looking for something to do this weekend with your pet, you’re in luck!
The Virginia Beach Pet Expo is Saturday, September 21st at the Virginia Beach Convention Center from 10am to 6pm. Admission and parking is free and best of all, the event is pet friendly!
Come by with your pet to check out 75+ exhibitors, get low cost vaccines, free nail trims, win fabulous prize giveaways, and more! There are several workshops scheduled throughout the day to learn more about pet care, volunteering, grooming, pet behavior, pet travel, agility demonstrations, and much more!
If you are looking to add a new pet to your family, there will be dozens of rescue groups onsite and hundreds of pets available at the Mega Adoption Event! Autumn Boston, Public Relations Coordinator for the expo explains, “The mega-adoption event is always a very popular part of this show. Nothing compares to seeing the connection between someone and their new forever pet friend.”
You also won’t want to miss the live entertainment and demos going on all day on multiple stages and activity courses. You can register your pet friend to take part in popular competitions such as the costume contest, talent contest or pet/owner musical chairs with awesome prizes from exhibitors that will be on site all day.
Pets Are Welcome!
As always, pets are welcome to attend the event, as long as they’re on a fixed lead and have proof of age-appropriate rabies vaccines. If your pet is not up-to-date, don’t worry. There will be discounted vaccinations and low-cost microchipping available. You can even take advantage of free nail trims. In order to have the best day possible and take advantage of all the fun that the day has to offer, the folks at the Virginia Beach Pet Expo recommend that you visit their website (VirginiaBeachpetexpo.com) and review their list of tips for people bringing pets.
The Virginia Beach Pet Expo is organized by Amazing Pet Expos, which currently produces more than 39 pet expos around the country; all of them indoors and free to the general public.