Amber and her family took on Nero back in March, when he was an 8 week old pup. They took care to do everything right for him, getting him vaccinated, wormed and treated for fleas.
Trudy was a year old when a friend of Gillian's found that she could no longer keep her, for personal reasons.
How to wash your dog: Pete the Vet’s weekly podcast | East Coast Radio
Listen to this podcast for a step by step guide on how to wash your dog. Click on the play button below.
As a spaniel, Molly's natural fur is long and wavy.
Loss of trust in pet vaccines: why has this has happened and what do pet owners need to do? Audio podcast plus Ireland AM video | East Coast Radio, TV3
Some pet owners have lost their trust in vaccinations, and as a consequence, they are refusing to have their pets vaccinated according to their vets' recommendations.
Emma's family have had Honey since she was a puppy. When they initially had her vaccinated, the vet talked about having her spayed, and the family was thinking about having her done.
Bruce had a life threatening crisis last summer, and Sarah is happy to share his story for a simple reason: the problem could have been prevented and she’d like other people to be aware of this ..
This week's Newstalk vet podcast discusses dog behaviour: to listen, click on the play button at the foot of this page.
To watch this week's video, click on the play button at the foot of this page. The arrival of a new baby in the house puts a particular focus on the behaviour of a dog.
New puppy selling regulations in the UK: what does it mean for Ireland? Pete the Vet Podcast | East Coast Radio
To listen to this week's podcast click on the play button below.
Earlier this week, there was a social media storm when a Meath county councillor said that he was amazed that people kept restricted breeds of dogs as family pets.
Puppy farms: the UK has taken action. What about Ireland now? | Vet Help Direct
Please read and share my latest blog post on the new anti-puppy farm laws just announced in the UK over at VetHelpDirect.
Doctor Dog: the real life miracle of Medical Detection Dogs | The Telegraph
I'm fascinated by the remarkable work of Medical Detection Dogs and I've just written a new piece on this topic in the Telegraph.
Saffy and Emilia featured in this newspaper column ten years ago, when Saffy was a young puppy who had survived Parvovirus, and Emilia was just a ten year old girl.
When Zaida passed several puddles of urine on the kitchen floor last month, it was completely out of character. She had always been well house trained.
Niamh originally had just one dog: a young Beagle called Bobby. She sometimes felt sorry for Bobby, as he was the only dog in the household, so she decided to get him a friend.
This week’s podcast focusses on a dog friendly music festival that Pete is attending this weekend: www. standoncalling. com To listen to the discussion, click on the play button at the foot of this page.
To find out more about house training puppies, watch the video by clicking on the play button below.