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Pet Expo will benefit Henrico Humane Society

People and pets are welcome at the 22nd Annual Pet Expo on Feb. 25.

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Pups can show off their abilities at contests.

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Bring your fam — furry friends included — to the 22nd Annual Pet Expo to benefit Henrico Humane Society. The event returns to the Richmond Raceway on Saturday, Feb. 25 from 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

The schedule is full of activities, including silent auctions, dog adoptions, demos, and contests. Younger attendees can get their faces painted or adopt a stuffed animal in the Kids Area.

Proceeds from the event benefit HHS. Buy tickets in advance for $8 or get them for $10 at the door. Kids ages 6-12 are $5. Pro tip: Pets are free, but should be at least four months old, current on vaccinations, and be leashed or in a carrier.

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