WODAC PET EXPO, South Africa’s favourite family day out, is on again at Gallagher Estate from 19 – 21 July 2019 showcasing pets to suit every animal lover. This exciting event is a pet lover’s paradise, featuring dogs, cats and other interesting pets, and all the products you need to care for them.
The World of Dogs & Cats and Pet Exhibition (WODAC) is back for its 24th year; with champion pets, demonstrations and pet supplies for animal lovers of all ages.
Every year, 20,000 animal lovers get to WODAC PET EXPO to enjoy three days of demonstrations, competitions, informative talks and delightful shows, and get the feel-good effect of seeing amazing animals in action. From rabbit jumping demos and dog agility challenges through to dancing with dogs and K9 displays, there is non-stop action in WODAC’s two show arenas and feature pavilions. With hundreds of exhibitors and plenty of opportunities to meet the stars of the show, WODAC PET EXPO is a full day of fun for everyone, so it’s no wonder exhibitors and visitors come back year after year.
- Meet Kennel Union of South Africa registered breeders and clubs to find out what breeds of dogs and cats best suit you,
- Discover amazing reptiles, insects, birds, fish and rabbits,
- Learn how to care for your dogs, cats and exotic pets, and meet leading animal behaviourists,
- Get to the Hall of Cats to see the National Cat Show and meet the stars of the show,
- Cheer on the contestants in dog handling and agility competitions,
- Be amazed at dog shows, horse shows and parades,
- See the world famous Lippizzaner horses in action, and
- Stock up on treats and care products for your pets.
WODAC is the ideal place to learn about optimal pet care, find the pet best suited to your family and lifestyle, and to educate children and families about pet care.
Entry fee is R 100 on Friday 19 July, with free entry for children under 12,
On Saturday 20 July and Sunday 21 July, entry is R120 per adult; R 100 for pensioners and R 60 for children under 12.
Only competing pets or registered participants will be at the show. Regrettably no visitor pets allowed.