The mornings are a busy time in Sophie's household. Sophie has to get ready for work, the three family dogs need to be fed, and everybody is milling around the kitchen.
Like most cats, Sissi is a creature of habit: she comes and goes at around the same time each day. Last week, Mark let her outside after her supper: she always goes out for an evening wander.
Podcast: How the companionship of animals can help humans, plus new controls on the sale of dogs in pet shops | Spirit Radio
The companionship of animals brings many benefits to humans: listen to this short podcast to find out more.
Time for a New Year diet for your pet? Pete in the Telegraph | The Telegraph
On foot of the recent research specifying the damage that excess body weight can cause to pets, I’ve written a piece in the Telegraph on the importance of keeping pets slim and trim – you can rea ..
Keep your dogs slim if you want them to have long, happy, healthy lives: podcast from Newstalk’s Pat Kenny Show | Pat Kenny Show
Fat dogs live sadder, shorter lives: the main message in today's podcast is that you should keep them slim to make them happier and keep them alive for longer. Listen to the podcast below to find out more.
The crisis started one evening, shortly after Mary had fed her two dogs.
Walking your pets in the winter: podcast from Pete the Vet on Newstalk’s Pat Kenny Show | Pat Kenny Show
Dogs need to be walked regularly: half an hour twice daily should be the goal. To find out about exercising dogs in winter, listen to this week's podcast from the Pat Kenny Show.
Dealing with after-hours emergencies in pets: podcast from Newstalk’s Pat Kenny Show with Pete the Vet | Pat Kenny Show
This week's podcast is all about what to do if your pet has a crisis outside office hours: to listen, follow the link at the foot of the page.
Even though he’s just a young adult, Cinnamon has become a creature of habit, coming and going at regular times of the day, sitting in particular places, and eating his food on schedule.
David was surprised when three weeks ago, his two dogs started to itch. Their coats have always been in optimal condition, and they've never suffered from any skin issues.
Gastrointestinal upsets are common in Christmas week: watch Pete the Vet on Ireland AM explaining how to make sure your pet's digestive health remains in good order over the festive period.
Many people now choose to give Christmas presents for their pets and to pamper them over the holiday period: here are some practical thoughts on this topic from Pete the Vet ..
Suzanne grew up in the Bavarian Alps, doing cross country skiing, as well as racing on snow with a sledge or on skis being pulled by dogs.
Old dogs being discarded to make space for Christmas pups? The perils of pets as presents. Podcast by Pete the Vet on Newstalk’s Pat Kenny Show | Pat Kenny Show
Pets as presents - here's why not. Listen to the podcast by clicking on the play button below. There are three clear reasons: Animals are sentient creatures and should never be given as gifts.
Chris and his family had been looking for a couple of rescued dogs for a while but they hadn't found what they were looking for.
Real-life dream jobs working with cats: my latest piece in the Daily Telegraph online | The Telegraph
If you're a cat lover, the idea of working with cats as a full time occupation may be your idea of a perfect life.
How conscious are animals? Do they reflect on their lives like humans? Pete the Vet Podcast on the Pat Kenny Show | Pat Kenny Show
Animal consciousness is a fascinating topic: to listen to this week's podcast on the topic, press play at the bottom of this page.
Kittens need to be well socialised so that they grow up to be calm, friendly pets. To find out more about this, listen to this podcast by clicking on the play button below.