Welcome to the 14th annual charitable event that supports Wisconsin's homeless companion animals!

Buy VIP SHOPPING and General Admission tickets for Great Lakes Pet Expo
Sorry, personal pets will not be admitted. Service animals always welcome.

Thank you to the 14,000 pet lovers visited in 2017! The 2018 GLPE is 143,000 square feet of pet loving fun! Die hard pet loving shoppers need to attend the VIP Shopping Hour from 9AM to 10AM prior to general expo admission. WI State Fair Park parking fee is $6 per vehicle.

The expo is produced by the Alliance of Wisconsin Animal Rehoming Efforts, a non-profit consortium of rescues and shelters working together to save lives. The expo production team is a group of dedicated volunteers who spend countless hours planning and executing a show we’re proud to call our very own. As we celebrate our 14th year of production, we thank everyone who has attended the show in support of our cause. Learn more about AWARE at www.awarewisconsin.com. It is the animals who bring us together and you who make the show possible. Hope to see you at the Great Lakes Pet Expo!

Here is a short video showing some of the highlights from the Great Lakes Pet Expo in Milwaukee over the last few years.

Take a peek to get a preview of some of the amazing guests, performers, and vendors who will be at this years exhibition!

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Join the cast and crew of the 2018 Great Lakes Pet Expo in Milwaukee at the Wisconsin Exposition Center at State Fair Park as we celebrate our 14th year of helping animals in Wisconsin. This event is the only charitable event in Wisconsin of this magnitude. All proceeds from ticket sales are returned to our community to help animals in shelters and rescues.

More than 14,000 pet lovers enjoyed the show in 2017.

Join us on February 3, 2018 for the best expo yet!

Meeting a Boston Terrier

The Largest Non-Profit Pet Expo In Wisconsin

The Great Lakes Pet Expo is different from most other shows of this magnitude because it is produced by a non-profit organization. All of the proceeds from this event are given back to the animals of Wisconsin by way of the non profit organizations (rescues and humane societies) who care for them. The money is raised through ticket sales and all dollars raised stay in Wisconsin.