The Chicago Pet Show kicks off this weekend at the Oak Lawn Pavilion, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., April 26-27.
What is the Chicago Pet Show about? It's all about rescues, shelters and humane societies showing dogs, cats and other animals available for adoption. The show's premise is to help rescues that need forever homes.
The Chicago Pet Show is designed to help bring people and pets together in one place. Here you learn about all different species of pets. Visitors will get to see a little of everything from wildlife and reptiles to dogs, cats and ponies.
They bring in the best of the best with vets and high quality pet supplies and USA made treats and foods. This is an educational event. Come listen to some of the show's published experts giving pet owners' advice on how to care for their pet family members. Dog trainers are here to help teach families how to socialize and have fun with their pets and make them a good pet citizens.
Dr. Elizabeth Cutright from LePar Animal Hospital in Evergreen Park will be a featured speaker this weekend at the Chicago Pet Show in Oak Lawn. The vet will talk about bioenergetic medicine and how it can help your pet, at 2 p.m. Saturday.
LePar Animal Hospital and Chicago Animal Rehab will also have a booth at the two-day show, so be sure to stop in and say hi.
The Oak Lawn Pavilion is the setting, located at 9401 S. Oak Park Ave., in Oak Lawn. The show runs from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday and Sunday. Admission is $7. Kids and seniors are free. For more information and a $1 discount coupon, visit the Chicago Pet Show website.
The cost of adult admission has been updated.