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#COVID-19: Can I still take my pet to the vet? | The Telegraph
Many folk are wondering what they should do if their pet falls ill or has an accident in the current minimalist society.
We need a database of dog attacks in Ireland so that we can learn: podcast from Newstalk’s Pat Kenny Show | Pat Kenny Show
BackgroundTragically, an eight-year-old boy died after being attacked by two dogs at his home in Tallaght in Dublin.
Coronavirus and pets: an introductory podcast | East Coast Radio
The first half of this podcast, recorded on 4th March, explains the basic facts of Coronavirus and pets.
Health issues of pedigree dog breeds | East Coast Radio
This podcast discusses the issues of pedigree dog breeds. Listen by clicking on the play button below.
Tuffers is a well named dog: he’s a tough little terrier. He has the coarse, wirey coat that’s typical of his breed.
Christina has been coming to see me with her family’s pets since she was twelve years old; Cassie is first dog that she’s owned as an adult, and I’ve been caring for her since she was a young puppy.
Joe has been blind since he was a young child, and he was one of the first people in Ireland to have a Guide Dog, back in the 1970’s.
It’s dog show season: Crufts and more on Ireland Am | Ireland AM, TV3
This week on Ireland AM, we discussed dog shows: Crufts is on this week, and next week it's the annual St Patricks Day dog show in Dublin.
Kittens and cats often come into people’s lives in unusual ways, but the arrival of Miracle into Christina’s life was exceptionally bizarre.
Podcast: the hectic life of farm vets in spring, plus cherry eye in dogs | East Coast Radio
In this week's short podcast, Pete discusses the hectic schedule of farm vets, caused by the fact that most cattle and sheep give birth during the springtime.
Michael was fourteen years old when Lucy came into his life.
Thirty years ago, cannabis was an illegal drug that most people might never encounter.
In this video clip from Ireland AM, we discuss the importance of socialisation for puppies and for adult dogs. Watch the clip by clicking at the foot of this page. Behaviourist, Suzi Walsh, from www.
You want your pet rabbit to live a full and happy life, so it’s important that you keep a close eye on their health and behavior.
The family household is a busy place, especially in the morning when the boys are getting ready to go to school. One Friday morning recently, everyone was rushing around doing their own preparations.
Sambor - known as Sam - is originally from Poland, but he's lived in Ireland for thirteen years now.
From Scottish citizenship to socialisation of dogs: Pete’s weekly podcast | East Coast Radio
Pete is Scottish - so he is a citizen of the United Kingdom - but he has been living in Ireland for nearly thirty years now.