The three sisters and their parents had originally wanted a rescued dog, but they had then decided that they’d prefer a pedigree pup, because they felt the adult version might be more predictable th ..
At thirteen years of age, Honey is now an elderly dog, even though she’s still as fit and healthy as ever.
Sienna is animal mad: she loves reading about, watching and playing with animals. She went to Supervet Noel Fitzpatrick's show in Dublin, and loved it.
Sasha is a good example of how successful a rescued dog can be: there is no need to buy an expensive pedigree or designer breed puppy.
Regular exercise is an important part of caring for your dog, and this week, National Walk Your Dog Week, aims to remind people of their obligations to their pet.
Brocious technically belongs to Brian’s son: she was a present to him from some friends for his twenty first birthday.
Marloe's saga started a few weeks ago, when Aisling noticed a strange looking area of skin on the underside of her neck.
In this week's podcast, Pete discusses the latest development sniffer dogs from Helsinki airport, where they are being used with 100% accuracy to screen incoming passengers for Covid19.
Djibi may seem like an unusual name for a cat, but it has literary origins: German author, Felix Salten, who was the original author of “Bambi”, wrote a book about a kitten called Djibi.
Animal Pain Awareness Month – video from Ireland AM | Ireland AM
This week on Ireland AM, Pete and Anton discussed the often neglected issue of pain in animals, focussing in particular on the long term pain caused by arthritis.
Abigail lives at home with her parents, along with their family dog, an eight year old Springer Spaniel called Daisy.
Podcast and blog post: an update on the online sale of dogs in Ireland from Pete the Vet on the Pat Kenny Show | Pat Kenny Show
The latest vet spot on Newstalk's Pat Kenny Show acted as an explainer on the controversial issue of animal sales online in Ireland.
Veronica has always liked hens; her mother used to keep them in the family’s back garden in North Dublin, back in the 1950’s, and Veronica’s late husband, Chris, used to keep hens in their own b ..
Ian married his wife Valerie fifty two years ago, and for the entire duration of their married life, they have owned West Highland White Terriers (so-called “Westies”).
Evie, along with her younger brother Jack, had been pestering their Mum for ages to get a dog. So they were delighted when she finally agreed that they could manage the time and money for their first pet.
Hunter is a big strong dog. Thankfully, he is a gentle giant, and Sophia and Roseanna love playing with him, and taking him for walks (under adult supervision, of course).
Mary had been looking for a small dog for a few years; she already had a Maltese Terrier called Alfie, and she wanted a companion for him.
Pete the Vet in the Telegraph focussing on International Cat Day and the #HappyCat movement | The Telegraph
Pete has written a piece in the Telegraph to celebrate International Cat Day and the start of the #HappyCat movement. Follow the link below to read this.