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Pet Lovers Pay Attention!


Pet Lovers Pay Attention!

The World of Dogs and Cats Pet Exhibition (WODAC), 20-22 July 2012, at the Gallagher Convention Centre in Midrand.

If you can’t imagine a world without your faithful dog at your feet or your cat purring in your lap, the World of Dogs & Cats and Pet Expo (WODAC) is the show for you. Come see the furry, feathered, finned, scaled and just plain fabulous variety of pets that are yours for the loving, at the Gallagher Convention Centre in Midrand, from 20 – 22 July 2012.

Take a heart warming, sometimes jaw-dropping stroll through the halls of dogs, cats, birds, fish, exotic pets and reptiles, visit the many stands, pause at the Petting Zoo and stop for snacks at the Haute Dogs & Phat Cats Café before continuing your magical journey.

WODAC is the place to shop for toys, accessories, treats, grooming products, pet foods, habitats, accessories, fashion items, pharmaceutical and healthcare products and a host of pet-related services.

Enjoy the antics of skilled canines as they take to the arena to demonstrate their exceptional training and profound enjoyment in completing tasks, as they compete in a huge host of events.

Tickets are available at the door or from Computicket and cost R75 for adults and R60 for Senior Citizens, Scholars & Students (ID required), R10 for children under 12, while children under two enter free of charge. Special Friday Family Tickets at a reduced price.  Regrettably no visiting pets are allowed.

Visit for more info, to view the complete programme of events, plan your visit or to enquire about competitions, and for regular updates be sure to visit and ‘like’ the World of Cats and Dogs and Pet Exhibition Facebook page (or follow WODAC on twitter!/WODAC

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