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Exhibition News October 2014
October 2014

Visitors flock to London Pet Show at Earls Court
posted on: 15/5/2012 09:12:48
Rabbit Jumping

The London Pet Show at Earls Court Two surpassed organiser expectations, with more than 16,000 animal lovers coming to the event from 12 to 13 May.
 
The attendance figure (unaudited) beat pre-show predictions by seven per cent.
 
Dog dancers from the Britain's Got Talent TV programme performed over the weekend, including Donelda Guy and her two collies, Biba and Mega and Jackie Prescott with Tippy-Toes.
 
Other show content included rabbit showjumping, duck herding, pet micro-pigs, miniature ponies, and a Scruffts competition for members of the public to bring in their non-pedigree dogs.
 
The London Pet Show moved from Olympia’s National Hall to Earls Court Two this year and had 150 exhibitors, a rise of 60. Organiser QD Events also increased its exhibition space this year to 8,400sqm, a rise of 3,000sqm.
 
QD Events announced the cancellation of future editions of its Scottish Baby and Toddler Shows in Glasgow earlier this month as part of company restructure.

 
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