Christmas comes just once a year, but when it does, pet owners need to be ready.
Podcast of Pete the Vet on Newstalk’s Pat Kenny Show: changes in rules on vet clinic ownership & festive foodstuffs that can poison pets | Pat Kenny Show
From changes in vet clinic ownership rules to festive human foods that can harm pets: listen to the podcast below.
Here’s why pets shouldn’t be given as presents: Pete the Vet on Newstalk’s Pat Kenny Show | Pat Kenny Show
Pets as Christmas presents and listeners’ questions featured today: listen to the podcast at the foot of this page.
Podcast: Keeping pets visible on dark winter evenings plus using trackers to find out where they are | East Coast Radio
From reflective collars to illuminated leads: there are different ways of making pets more visible in the winter months.
Podcast: Helping pets deal with the fear of fireworks. | East Coast Radio
Fireworks come out every year at different times - from Halloween to Guy Fawkes to New Year. Many animals are terrified of these noisy, bright creations.
An online tribute to a much-loved dog, reflective clothing for pets plus listeners’ queries: vet spot on Newstalk’s Pat Kenny Show | Pat Kenny Show
Here's this week's vet spot podcast from the Pat Kenny Show.
Read my latest online piece in the Telegraph or watch the video below from TV3's Ireland AM vet spot to learn about the two big problems for pets around Halloween.
Keeping pets calm in storms and at Halloween: podcast from Newstalk’s Pat Kenny Show | Pat Kenny Show
Is your dog a nervous nellie when there are high winds or fireworks outside? Listen to the podcast below for tips on how to help.
For my weekly online Telegraph piece, I've written some key points about helping pets during stormy weather. You can read it here. One of my own dogs, Kiko, is particularly sensitive to foul weather.
Are conkers and acorns poisonous to dogs? | The Telegraph
There's an autumnal tinge in the air, with acorns and conkers scattered in fields, parks and gardens. They may be pretty, but are they safe?Read my latest online post in the Telegraph to find out more.
Studies have shown that if owners treat their pets for heat stroke before reaching the vet, the risk of death can be almost halved.
I am an occasional sufferer from hay fever: sometimes I'm overcome with runny eyes and sneezes, then half an hour later, it's all gone.
Pet parasites: what are the facts?#SP.
This week's podcast focussed on holiday pet care: to listen, click on the podcast link below.
This week on TV3's Ireland AM, there was a shout-out for questions about pets to viewers, then Mark Cagney put the questions to Pete, live on air.
Bring Your Dog To Work Day podcast on East Coast FM including advice on heat stroke in dogs | East Coast Radio
In this week's podcast, we discuss Bring Your Dog To Work Day, mentioning the health and social benefits from dogs.
Read on for tips on keeping pet dogs cool in hot weather, or listen to the podcast by clicking on the link at the foot of this page.
How to prevent heat stroke in dogs this summer | The Telegraph
Heat stroke is a common problem seen by pet owners and vets every summer. Prevention is the key: once a dog has overheated and is suffering from hyperthermia, it can be too late.