Giveaway: The National Pet Show with Noel Fitzpatrick

National Pet Show NEC Birmingham

The National Pet Show with Noel Fitzpatrick

The National Pet Show is gearing up to open its doors at the NEC Birmingham on 4-5 November 2017. With hundreds of different animals, amazing animal action displays, expert talks, celebrity appearances and exceptional shopping.

The National Pet Show, proudly sponsored by MORETH>N. This continues to be an unmissable event for animal lovers and families of all ages.

The show will feature over 150 breeds of cats and dogs as well as rabbits, chinchillas, ponies, miniature horses, hamsters, fish and new for this year jellyfish!

You can read Olivia’s review of what she thought of the National Pet Show here.

National Pet Show NEC Birmingham

With brand new features just announced, the show promises to deliver an unforgettable day out for all pet lovers.

New for this Year

New for this year, the show will feature Noel’s Ark. This will form the centre piece of the Kids Zone National Pet Show NEC Birminghamwhere children will be able to learn about and handle animals ranging from hens and owls to mini beasts and dogs.  A series of talks, book signings and storytelling will also take place in the Ark, including an inspirational session each day to budding vets and vet nurses by Professor Noel Fitzpatrick entitled “How to Become The Next Generation of Supervets”.

Also new for this year is the incredible International Cat Show. LondonCats Communications and Events AND The International Cat Association (TICA) present an Allbreed Championship and Household Pet CAT SHOW! Visitors can come and see more than 100 cats, representing more than 50 breeds competing for the titles of Best Cat, Best Kitten, Best Neuter and Best Household Pet!

Other events highlights include; Noel Fitzpatrick Live* (presented by The Supervet, Professor Noel Fitzpatrick), The Hill’s Cat Zone featuring the Top Cats Competition, the School 4 Dogs Arena sponsored by Pets at Home, the Dog Activity Ring sponsored by Natural Instinct and SuperDogs Live presented by TV presenter, Michaela Strachan.

With theatres in each show zone, visitors will receive top tips and free pet care advice from a host of leading experts, including trusted vets, nurses, trainers, behaviourists, animal associations and charities.

As well as providing a fun-filled day out, the National Pet Show promotes responsible pet ownership and animal welfare.

(*Professor Noel Fitzpatrick will be live in the Super Theatre twice a day on both days of the show and tickets need to be booked in advance.)


The National Pet Show have kindly given us a two (2) free tickets to give away. If you would like a chance to win, just enter the rafflecopter giveaway form below.

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Giveaway Ends Midnight Sunday 22nd October

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The mandatory question is “Tell us about a favourite pet you have had & why it was your favourite.”

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We was sent tickets to this event free of charge. Our opinions are in no way swayed by this. All our reviews are our honest thoughts & feelings.

34 Thoughts to “Giveaway: The National Pet Show with Noel Fitzpatrick”

  1. hayley pemberton

    we have a pet hamster called buddy. he is brilliant and calm even when the kids are over handling. he is crazy when he swings around his cage

  2. Caroline Cordery

    I had a cat called Tibby when I was a child. It was a brown tabby my parents found by the roadside, abandoned as a pregnant kitten.

  3. Duncan Day

    Bentley my Bassett Hound was my favourite pet, I always wanted one then eventually managed to get one and even qualified for Crufts with him.

  4. Sam Parkes

    Our cat Spongebob he is two years old and one of the most friendliest cats we’ve ever had. We got him as a pet for my 9yr old daughter

  5. Joy

    Duncan was a White Highland Terrier who always managed to get really scruffy as he was full of fun and didn’t mind what he jumped in or ran through! We still laugh a lot at the memories.

  6. Pam Francis Gregory

    Nigella, my cat is part Norwegian Forest & is huge!

  7. Katie

    My beautiful Pekingese dogs they are all so different and have very different personalities.

  8. Lisa Fitzpatrick

    Mephisto – VERY posh Russian Blue cat. Scared of birds and spiders, total Grumpy Old Man, and was my first animal. I loved him dearly.

  9. Joanne thomas

    i have a beautiful alpaca named George, he was very timid when i got him but we have built up an amazing bond and he loves his cuddles now

  10. Cara bemrose-Williams

    I had a lovely dog called spot as a small child- you can’t beat that bond of being raised together x

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