This past weekend NJ had a big snow storm, that unfortunately ruined some of our plans. However, the Super Pet Expo was in town and I was determined not to let a foot of snow get in the way of us attending. Every year I take Pedro the Chihuahua to the expo and I always find the neatest little things there. The expo is usually a weekend in February – and after I finagled a few things around – I was able to take Pedro just before their final day in town came to a close.
Although the Super Pet Expo is for pets, there are also rescues with animals for adoption, activities for the kids and shows put on – this year one of the acts was a Marvelous Mutts Dock Diving Show. They also have some food stands if you get hungry.requires a $13/adult fee to attend, it is well worth it (kids are cheaper and more info can be found on their site here: http://www.superpetexpo.com/). In addition to hundreds of vendors
After going up and down the aisles a few times – I found a few good finds and came home with a ton of goodies including; a wool sweater with bow-tie, toy chest with an opening at the bottom for small dogs to get the toys and a skull feeder (the bowls are missing because they are in the wash).