UK pet industry gears up for PATS Sandown

Company: PATS Sandown

UK pet companies are gearing up for 2022 with plans to unveil their new product launches at the industry’s leading Spring exhibition PATS Sandown on 27-28 March.

Following a successful return of in-person events at PATS Telford in September 2021, manufacturers and suppliers are now eager to showcase their new products for 2022 to another live audience at Sandown Park exhibition centre in Surrey.

Stands at the Spring showcase event have been selling out fast with more than 130 companies and brands having already booked their space.

It’s for these very reasons that leading companies and brands like Acana/Origin, Burns Pet Nutrition, Canagan, IPN, Pets Choice, Trixie, and choose to exhibit at PATS. A number of businesses, including Pet Dream House, In Vogue, Gladwells, and Vetark, are also returning to the Sandown exhibition after a short break in order to take full advantage of what the show has to offer.

PATS Sandown has new dates in 2022 as it moves back to its original March staging after two events were held in February. It will however continue with its successful formula of Sunday and Monday show days (27-28 March).

Award-winning company Sniffe & Likkit is appearing at PATS Sandown for the first time. Co-founder Lee Sargent said: “We made it to our first PATS in Telford last September and were delighted with the response to our new range, as well as finally having the opportunity to meet so many new and familiar faces in the pet industry. We were super-happy to sign up for Sandown and hopefully repeat a great experience.

A growing number of new exhibitors are joining big-name brands at PATS Sandown, and these include Bottled Baking Co, Park Life, Uniwipe Europe and Wings Enterprises.

PATS Sandown in March is the only place to see the whole pet industry and all the latest products under one roof, and is designed to cater for both pet retailers and garden centres.

Parking is free at Sandown Park, and everyone will receive free tea and coffee, and a free show catalogue. A full list of the exhibitors can be found at where visitors can register for free entry to the show.

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