• Pete in the Media

    On TV, radio, podcast and more,


  • Animal Welfare

    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

    Article Library

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


    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:

    The importance of poop scooping, dog breed trends in Ireland, fat-bergs on the beach, and listeners’ questions: Pete the Vet on the Pat Kenny Show | Pat Kenny Show

    The danger of dog pooDog poo is not just an issue of aesthetic importance (although no-one likes getting the stuff on their shoes).

    Pete the Vet Podcast: it’s time to have your say on puppy farming in Ireland | East Coast Radio

    Puppy farms - or Dog Breeding Establishments, as they are formally known - are regulated by the law in Ireland, and this is currently open for public consultation.

    Blind date for dogs: Marina Fiddler from Madra Dog Rescue with Pete the Vet on Ireland AM | TV3

    To watch the video clip from TV3, click on the link at the foot of this page Dog rescue charity MADRA is running a ‘Doggy Blind Date’ programme in ..



    https://t.co/RJlbSlc1oo Read about the great work that the Kildare Animal Foundation do as they provide santuary... https://t.co/7vNXBedi6k

    Sniffer dogs have been used by the Irish Customs service since 1984. There are now about twenty dogs around the... https://t.co/oEkl5Qtj6y

    Blake is a four and a half year old Jack Russell Terrier from Dogs Trust Evesham. Blake is a great little chap... https://t.co/qth4hYfOgJ


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