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Pet Festival comes back to Delhi with 4th edition

If your pets have some cool tricks in their repertoire, enroll them for the Pet's Got Talent, happening at the pet fest and show off how well they can jump through a loop, play dead on command or any other such fascinating trick.

By: IANS | New Delhi |
Updated: November 8, 2017 6:45:36 pm
Malaika Arora Khan, Dino Morea, Pet fest delhi, Pet fest, animal fest in capital, when is pet fest happening, Indian express, Indian express news The activity ring this year is lined with displays like the security dog show, good dog citizen programme and more. (Source: Thinkstock Images)

Pet Festival, a two-day event, is back with its fourth edition in the capital supported by some of the Bollywood celebrities like Malaika Arora Khan and Dino Morea. Powered by Dogsee, the pet festival is coming back with its 2017 edition in Delhi on December 2-3 at NSIC Grounds in Okhla and will have its debut edition in Mumbai on December 17-18 at MMRDA Grounds, BKC, said a statement.

Different from the previous years, the activity ring this year is lined with displays like the security dog show, good dog citizen programme and an obedience display.

And if your pets have some cool tricks in their repertoire, enroll them for the Pet’s Got Talent, happening for the first time in India and show off how well they can jump through a loop, play dead on command or any other such fascinating trick.

“We’re really excited for the fourth edition of Pet Fed in Delhi and our debut in Mumbai. “We have a lot of cool things in store for all the animal lovers this year, including India’s first ever talent show for pets called Pet’s Got Talent. And a world record attempt for the biggest gathering of pets in the world. No animal lover can afford to miss this year’s editions of Pet Fed,” said Akshay Gupta, Founder of Pet Fed — the organisers of the Pet Festival.

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