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Pet Expo Returns


April 21, 2016

Celebrating more than 25 years of promoting responsible pet care, animal entertainment and debuting the newest pet trends and products, the 26th annual America’s Family Pet Expo returns Friday, April 22 to Sunday, April 24 to the OC Fair & Event Center in Costa Mesa (88 Fair Drive, Costa Mesa 92626).

All weekend long, guests will have the opportunity to meet, see and interact with a show-stopping display of all creatures great and small. From rare birds, exotic reptiles, colorful fish, miniature horses, fancy felines to precocious pups, the America’s Family Pet Expo promises to entertain and educate guests with a variety of animal stage shows, features and attractions. New pet products from industry leaders will be offered at special show pricing.

Promising fun for every one of all ages, the 2016 America’s Family Pet Expo will offer:

• Friesian Horses – Majestic horses

• Pro-Plan dog Agility Show – Watch as these agile pups wow and amaze with their talent

• Mini Farm Animals – Cute and cuddly, miniature versions of your favorite farm friends. Goats, cattle, sheep and donkeys!

• Police dog Demonstrations –Crime fighting dogs in action show how they serve and protect our community

• Free Flight Bird Show – Watch in amazement as these magnificent birds spread their wings and take flight

• Kids Aquarium Contest – Design and create a 10-gallon aquarium

• Pony rides, face paintings, and “The Great American Petting Zoo” – Fun for the whole family

• Animal Adoptions – Hundreds of animals looking for a forever home.

General Admission, $13; seniors 60 and over, $11. Children 6-12, $8. 5 yrs and under, free. Active and retired military free with ID.

Show hours: Friday 10 am to 6 pm; Saturday 10 am to7 pm; Sunday 10 am to 6 pm.

OC Fair & Event Center, 88 Fair Drive, Costa Mesa 92626. Facility charges $7 parking. Kindly leave all pets at home. For more information and to purchase tickets online visit

The America’s Family Pet Expo is created, produced and managed by World Pet Association, Inc., a 65-year-old nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting responsible pet care.


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