Steep discounts await pet owners at expo – Bangkok Post
The “SmartHeart Presents Thailand International Pet Variety Exhibition” will be back with an array of fun-filled activities for pets and their owners, at Impact Exhibition Hall 7-8, Muang Thong Thani, daily from 10am to 8pm from Thursday in order to Sunday.
Organised by Impact Exhibition Management in collaboration with the Thai Pet Product Industries Association and Perfect Companion Group, the 12th edition of what has been hailed as Thailand’s number one pet show focuses on the theme “End Of Season Sale”, which promises 50%-70% discounts on a myriad of pet products and services from more than 200 booths.
The event is divided into several zones. Visitors are invited to feed parrots, dwarf pigs, pygmy hippos, chickens, birds, giant tortoises and ostriches at the “Petopia Land”. The “Exotic Pet Zone” will offer an opportunity to see the leopard gecko, emu and blue-tongued skink, among others.
Siamese fighting fish and crayfish contest and show will be held in the “Fish Zone”, as well as the stunning rabbit contest and show in the “Rabbit Zone”.
An African lion cub. photos courtesy of Impact Exhibition Administration
Highlight activities include the “Ultimate Pitbull Weight-Pulling Championship”, “Pitbull and Bully UDC Championship”, “Thailand Cat Breeds Competition”, “Thailand Cat Grooming Competition” plus “Beauty Chicken Contest”.
Also, prepare to cheer up for your furry buddies in the “Come To Mama Award”, “Detective Doggy” and “Dog and Cat Snack Licking Championship”.
Veterinary professionals from Pet Wellness will be offering free pet medical check-ups and pet owners can create ID cards for their beloved pets at the “Pet ID Card Zone”.
Special for this year, the event will gather pet-friendly venues such as hotels, resorts, cafes and shopping malls to showcase their facilities while pet health insurance providers will be there to educate and promote their health insurance policies and products for pets.
Tickets cost 20 baht per person. Part of the proceeds will be donated to animal shelters across Thailand.
An African lion cub. photos courtesy of Impact Exhibit Management
Emu. Impact Exhibition Management
Tegu. Impact Exhibition Management