I am thrilled we are going to see what The Pet Show 2014 is all about at the weekend. I was looking at activities in Warwickshire and stumbled upon the website. It sounds like fabulous entertainment for all the family; my boys love animals so the schedule of events sounds just right up their street. Tickets work out very reasonable depending on the age of your children. My two boys are in the 7 and under category so can actually get in for free, so if you have little ones with you now might be the time to take them and make the most of that excellent offer.
If your at a loss what to do on the 2nd and 3rd of August you can not go far wrong looking at The Pet Show 2014 website, you will soon be drawn in like we were. The pictures caught my interest straight away; the boys had a giggle at the Lamb National picture with the funny soft toy horses riding on the backs of sheep and were then keen to hear everything else there was to do. That took a fair while because the event is crammed with wonderful things.
I am looking forward to introducing the boys to lots of different animals, although I am not sure I am brave enough to handle a tarantula, but I will let you know how I get on after the weekend. There are also a number of activities your child can try out like horse riding, agility training and candle making.
I really think we will have our work cut out trying to cram as much as possible into our day, because I think the boys will want to make the most of their visit and see every display and nose round lots of stalls. I have a feeling we will be one of the first to arrive and one of the last to leave...
A taster of what you can expect to see
Ferret Racing - watching which will navigate the series of tunnels and challenges first!
Duck Herding Display - watch the talented collies keep their feathered friends in line around the tricky obstacle course
Dancing Horses - the riders look extremely skilled working closely with the horse to ensure a beautiful performance
A day out like no other! I am so glad I spotted it in the nick of time. I think this time I will join the boys in counting down the sleeps till the weekend...