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August 15, 2011


Animalia Pet Expo is for Animal Lovers, Bring a Pet, Adopt a Pet

           (Miami) For two days on the last weekend in August, well behaved vaccinated South Florida pets will be allowed to come into the Miami Convention Center with their owners to experience the Animalia Pet Expo.  Show hours are 10 am to 7 p.m.  Saturday August 27th and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m on Sunday August 28th.

 There are over 100 exhibits featuring ferrets, horses, snakes, dog competitions, cat exhibits, pet safety tips, a pet travel seminar with SkySteward, and a pet couture fashion runway show with Kiki Hamman. The show offers something for the small to large animal, whether it is a bird, reptile, exotic pet, cat or dog.


Show Features

Training and Obedience                                                 Jewelry, Apparel

Animal Therapy                                                             Grooming

Adoption and Rescue                                                    Pet-friendly Hotels and Vacations

ID and Location Systems                                               Animal Entertainment/Activities

Food, Furniture, Toys & Supplies                                   Healthcare and Medical Health

Bereavement and Burial                                                 Vitamins and Health Foods

Publications                                                                  Housing

Natural Products                                                           Bedding

Trendy Accessories


Animalia Pet Expo supports nonprofit and rescue groups and is giving complimentary expo space to animal adoption and rescue agencies. For each ticket sale, $1 is donated to the Greater Humane Society of Miami.

 “Unleash Your Love for Pets at Animalia’ it’s a two-day fun indoor public event benefiting the Humane Society of Greater Miami, Adopt-A-Pet. The event has been created for "pets & people of South Florida"

This is Ellie: I'll be there on Sunday afternoon hosting a discussion about the current state of animal care in SoFla. Mostly I want to solicit ideas on how the community can do a better job.



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hope all went well and she got a new home

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