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    Read, listen and watch to learn more about animal welfare issues in the UK and Ireland

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  • Animal A - Zed

    From tortoises to tortoiseshell cats, Pete's articles cover all kinds of animals!

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    BrayVet and Animal A&E worked together on the latest series

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    From animal welfare to pet behaviour, donkeys to dogs, explore over 800 articles by veterinarian Pete Wedderburn.

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    Listen to Pete's regular radio podcasts on everything from pet health to topical issues plus answers to listeners questions.

    Rescue Tails

    Featured rescue animals from Pete's weekly column in the Daily Telegraph, with updates on many of these special pets.

    Recently in the Media:

    Pete appears regularly on television, in the papers and on radio and podcasts. Here's where to catch up with the latest:

    Parties for pets? A fun idea or a bit of silliness? Pete the Vet on Ireland AM | TV3

    There's a new craze for having parties for pets, with the launching of some unusual products that fit the theme.

    My first ever gig as a radio presenter rather than a guest: Pete the Vet on WIMS FM2018 for #WorldMentalHealthWeek

    I've often been interviewed as a guest on the radio, but last week I had to sit on the other side of the desk: I was asked to present a radio show.

    What if you can’t afford to take your sick pet to the vet? Pete the Vet on Newstalk’s Pat Kenny Show | Pat Kenny Show

    What happens when people can't afford to pay for their sick pets? Listen to this week's podcast to hear about the various options.

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    There's a new craze for having parties for pets, with the launching of some unusual products that fit the theme. Th… https://t.co/EcuUpkdDZI

    Excellent simple summary of the advantages - and important aspects - of puppy parties for socialising pups https://t.co/yLRmdqMWR7

    @lakesvet Not to mention children and adults. It's called "having a bit of fun" :-)

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