National Pet Show

We are pleased to announce we’ll be attending National Pet Show in Birmingham on 4 and 5 November, so why not come along and join us and talk to our veterinary experts?

Enter our prize draw for a chance to win free tickets. Visit the National Pet Show website to find out more about what's happening at the show.

Meet Team PDSA

At PDSA our team of veterinary experts spend every day saving the lives of sick and injured pets but it also goes way beyond that. We use every opportunity to talk to pet owners to help them keep their pets as happy and healthy as possible. So why not pop along and say hello and they will be happy to answer any questions you may have.

Talks from our vets

Our veterinary experts will also be delivering a series of talks throughout the day, so you’ll be able to hear about: 

  • Canine Communication
  • Feline Communication
  • Get set for the right pet
  • How to perform a Petwise MOT
  • Perfect Puppy
  • Preventive care for your cat

As well as listening to the talks, our vets and nurses will be pleased to speak to you one on one to answer any pet care queries you have.

Our young supporters aren’t left out either, they’ll be able to take part in a special interactive quiz to learn more about looking after pets. There will also be a special offer for joining our young people’s club Pet Protectors.

You’ll also be able to pick up one of our fab goody bags, donations will be gratefully received and all will go towards helping sick and injured pets.

Thinking of getting a pet?

If you're visiting the show because you're thinking of bringing a new four-legged friend into your home, don't forget to visit the vet care advice point. This is being set up at our special PetCheck vehicle, whose day job is usually travelling the country providing free wellbeing checks to dogs.

Prize Draw

Enter our prize draw by 18 October for a chance to win free tickets to the National Pet Show in Birmingham.

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