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Animals take centre stage at pet show in Royal Docks

PUBLISHED: 12:00 27 April 2017

The National Pet Show at the ExCel last year

The National Pet Show at the ExCel last year

Kay Lockett

Thousands of animal lovers are set to turn out for the nation’s favourite pet show in the Royal Docks.

The National Pet Show at the ExCel last yearThe National Pet Show at the ExCel last year

The London Pet Show returns to ExCel London with hundreds of different animals, amazing animal action displays, expert talks, celebrity appearances and exceptional shopping next weekend.

The event will also bring the search for the nation’s most talented dogs to an end with the SuperDogs Live competition.

The action packed competition will be hosted by Channel 4 Supervet star, Noel Fitzpatrick, who will introduce and bring dogs onto the stage.

Animals will include a variety of more than 100 dog and cat breeds, rabbits, rats, ponies, alpacas, guinea pigs, chinchillas, parrots, chickens, hamsters, owls, reptiles, fish and mini beasts throughout the weekend.

While, there will be vets, nurses, trainers and charities in attendance to offer top tips and free pet care advice, as well live training demonstations at the School 4 Dogs arena.

The National Pet Show will be open from 9.30am to 5pm on Saturday, May 6 and Sunday, May 7.

Tickets cost £19. Visit thenationalpetshow.com or call 08445814936 to book.

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