Everyone knows that dogs don't always have sweet-smelling breath, but when Scout's breath started to smell seriously unpleasant, Carl knew that something had to be wrong with her.
Mylo came to see me last week: he had sliced his pad when walking near the lead mines near Kilternan. He only needed simple treatment for his injury: some wound cleaning, bandaging and pain relief.
Scraps from the table, dry pellets, or even a juicy steak? The food we give our pets varies from household to household.
With the Summer holidays coming up, many Irish people are travelling overseas, with the UK and Europe being the most popular destinations.
SpayAware: explaining why spay and neutering dogs and cats make sense. Vet podcast from Newstalk’s Pat Kenny Show | Pat Kenny Show
This week's podcast is all about spaying and neutering dogs and cats: to listen, press the play button at the foot of this page.
Summer care for dogs: internet enabled dog walking and holiday care. Ireland AM Vet Spot Video | TV3
With long days and milder weather, the summer months are enjoyable for pets. Watch the video at the foot of this page to learn more, or read on here.
Can toxic summertime plants harm dogs? Podcast from Pete the Vet | East Coast Radio
Dogs are prone to eating anything that they feel like eating, and that means that sometimes they eat substances that can do them harm.
Hamsters don’t normally need to visit the vet: While they have short lives of just two to three years, they tend to be healthy creatures.
SP Studies show that 1 in 3 owners has seen a tick on their dog. And as well as causing an irritation to dogs, ticks can carry Lyme Disease, a serious illness that can affect humans as well as dogs.
Maureen has always had a soft spot for animals, and she was summoned when a neighbour ran into a wildlife dilemma.
SP Fleas are common, especially in the summer months. Read this case study from my blog to learn about a real life case study where fleas were a hidden issue.
The main topic this week is flea and tick control: with the recent warm weather, this is more important than ever for pets. Listen to the podcast here or click on the play button at the foot of this page.
Niamh took Henry on as a pet three months ago, and he's settled in well. He's being fed a combination of complete grass-based pellets with plenty of fresh hay.
The signs of Teddy's recent illness were subtle: when anybody went to pick him up, he started to snarl.
Elina is from Slovakia, and after living in Ireland for ten years, she had not met the man of her dreams.
Dean chose his new puppy carefully: she is a Bavarian Mountain Hound, specially bred as a working dog to help him hunt deer in County Wicklow.
Easter podcast about how chocolate can be dangerous for dogs | East Coast Radio
This week's podcast discusses the reasons why chocolate should not be given to dogs- even as tiny pieces for treats. To listen, follow the link below.
A year ago, Zanda’s family went through a serious loss when their two year old terrier, Lexi, suffered from a severely prolapsed spinal disc.