• 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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    Article Library

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

    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.

    Petfix Club

    Pet Fix Club

    Petfix Club is Pete's initiative to provide high quality online veterinary advice to everyone, everywhere, all the time.

    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:

    Podcast: International Dog Day and Pups in the Park | East Coast Radio

    Today is International Dog Day, a time to celebrate the canines in our culture.

    Podcast: Nutritional supplements: does your pet really need something extra? | East Coast Radio

    Nutritional supplements are given to around 20% of pets every day. But are they really necessary?Listen to this ten minute podcast to find out more.

    Podcast: helping dogs cope in the heat (plus how small dogs make men more appealing) | East Coast Radio

    This week’s podcast starts with a light piece about some recent research which shows that a man is more appealing to women if he is accompanied ..



    RT @Liztruss: I’m honestly beginning to think maybe you lot are right & I would do a better job 🤦🏻‍♀️

    RT @IAPWA: Today is #WorldRabiesDay 💉 Rabies is found on every continent except Antarctica & is one of the most feared disease… https://t.co/S2yeuJ4uno

    Did you know that dogs often suffer from low thyroid hormones, while cats commonly suffer from high thyroid hormone… https://t.co/Q8I0TmxK30


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