The 2013 All-American Pet Expo, one of the largest and most diverse pet exhibitions in the country, will be held the weekend of April 19-21, at the Ohio Expo Center, 717 E 17th Ave, in Columbus. This is the show's 19th year. Turnout is expected to be between 15 and 25,000 people.

The 2013 All-American Pet Expo, one of the largest and most diverse pet exhibitions in the country, will be held the weekend of April 19-21, at the Ohio Expo Center, 717 E 17th Ave, in Columbus. This is the show's 19th year. Turnout is expected to be between 15 and 25,000 people.

"It's got quite a history," said show founder and promotions director Steve Cantin. "It's really great to be back at the fairgrounds."

The show will feature more than 100 exhibitors and showcases for different pet products and services, seminars with veterinarians, animal adoptions, fashion shows, performances and more featuring dogs, cats, horses, reptiles, fish, llamas and other creatures.

"There's just about everything out there for pets you can think of," Cantin said.

The expo will also feature an attempt at a world record.

"We're going to do the largest Harlem Shake in the world with people and their pets," said Cantin, referring to the popular dance. "We're the Howl-Um Shake."

One-day tickets are $10 for adults, $6 for children and $7 for seniors. Three-day passes are $18 for adults, $14 for children and $16 seniors.

More informationabout the All-American Pet Expo, including how to order tickets, is available online at columbuspetexpo.com.