Current Pet Festival
YAS PET FESTIVAL RETURNS FOR 2020 EDITION
Free to attend for humans and animals. Family-friendly furry and fluffy event runs on 14 February 2020 at du Arena, Yas Island
from 1 pm to 9 pm. More than 8,000 two-legged visitors and 1000 plus four legged are expected to attend!
Pet Fashion Show and Fancy dress competition for Pets and owners; Abu Dhabi Police K9 Unit demonstrations;
7th World Kennel Union All Breeds CAC (National) & 1st CACIB (International) Championship Dog Show Competition, Dog Agility Competition; Petting farm; the Training and obedience workshops; Pet cooling stations with puppy pools And the Abu Dhabi Cat Show.
Guests can visit with or without Pets. Visiting with pets - see entry rules given below . To register for Competitions - please Click
Dog Show - Cat Shows - Other Shows , Buttons and use the Registration procedures given in concerned pages.
All Pets Entering the Venue should be Registered at the Entrance
All Pets have to undergo Vet Check and should show Vaccination
proof (Pet Passport or Letter from reputed Veterinary clinic) to allow entry into the Venue. Vaccination should have been carried out within the last 2 years.
All pets will be checked by our Official Vets for health conditions
All Dogs will undergo a character assessment and Red - Yellow or Green Ribbon will be tied to their collar or harness. This Ribbon should be worn at all times inside the Venue.
No EXTENDABLE / RETRACTABLE
Leashes will be permitted inside the Venue
Dogs or Cats participating in the Competitions should register at respective desks.
Cats should be carried in Cat Carriers at all times
No wild animals or endangered species will be permitted
Officials / Organizers can refuse entry for anyone without giving any reason.
The Pet owners should sign an undertaking at the entrance desk
Accepting responsibility for their pets and will compensate the damages caused by their pets.
The owners of pets bring their animals at their own risk. The Organizer or Officials will not be responsible for the actions of their pets.
Small dog owners must keep their dogs away from big ones at all times.