Food vendors from the Diamond Dogs Festival in North Carolina will be offering a range of items at the dog food festival on Sunday.
Organizers of the Dog Food Festival, a charity event held in partnership with the Humane Society of the United States, are hosting a five-day dog food show in conjunction with the charity’s Dog Food Week.
Organizer Nancy Bowers said it is the first time they have ever held a show and the event will include food, treats and other pet treats.
The Dog Food & Cat Food Expo in Orlando will feature a full schedule of events, including a dog food and cat food vendor showcase, food trucks, pet food demonstrations and dog and cat walk-ins.
The festival is scheduled to run from May 27 through July 1.
More than 100 vendors will be at the event including the North Carolina Animal Rescue Association, the North American Pet Foods Association, Dog & Cat World, the Animal Care Alliance, Animal Rescue Dogs and Friends, the Diamond Pet Food Alliance, Dog Friendly Pet Expo, the Dog and Cat Friends Foundation, Dog and Puppy Friendly Expo, and Pet Food Workshops.
The North Carolina Veterinary Medical Association is hosting a dog and pony show.
The event is free and open to the public.
The festival will run from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., with a walk-in pet event starting at 11 a.,m.
The event will be open to dogs, cats and small ferrets.
For more on the Dog & Cats Festival, go to nbc12.com/dogfestival.