Mr T had been fully vaccinated, and he was thriving as a growing puppy. Then one evening last week, for no obvious reason, he developed diarrhoea.
Updating Ireland’s dog laws: podcast from Newstalk’s Pat Kenny Show | Pat Kenny Show
In last week's podcast, we discussed the recently announced review of legislation around the control of dogs in Ireland. To listen, click on the play button below.
At this time of year, it's common to find young wild birds in trouble: this week's podcast lets you know what to do if you are in this situation.
Since Max was young, Debbie has put time and energy into training him. As a result of this hard work, she now knows that when she wants him to behave, she just needs to say the command, and he will obey.
When both Paddy and Poppy started to itch, the first thing Nicola thought of was “fleas”, even though she couldn't see any on either dog.
Helping people cope with the grief of losing a pet: podcast from Newstalk’s Pat Kenny Show | Pat Kenny Show
The grief after losing a pet was the focus of this week's podcast which you can listen to by clicking the play button below.
Love of dogs is caused by genes, not upbringing: podcast | East Coast Radio
Research from Sweden has proven that the inclination to like dogs is primarily caused by nature, rather than nurture. In other words, if you like dogs, it's because of your genetic make up.
As a Boston Terrier, Spud is a rare breed of dog in Ireland, but Avril’s problem with him was one that is common in male dogs of all breeds and types.
Greyhounds make great pets: vet spot on Ireland AM | Ireland AM
On Ireland AM, we discussed greyhounds - talking about the industry in Ireland, as well as focussing on how greyhounds can make fabulous pets. You can watch the video here.
Dog Friendly Ireland Day and Bring Your Dog to Work Day – Podcast from Newstalk’s Pat Kenny Show | Pat Kenny Show
Today, 21st June, is #DogFriendlyIrelandDay, and it also happens to be #BringYourDogtoWorkDay. Listen to this podcast to find out more.
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.
Compassion in World Farming Ireland hosted a demonstration outside the Dail at 1pm on Wednesday 12th June, protesting against the live export of animals from Ireland.
Dogs get stressed if their humans are stressed: here’s how we know. Podcast from Pete the Vet | East Coast Radio
A recent study from Sweden has shown that dogs get stressed in ways that parallel the stress felt by their owners. This is the first time that trans-species stress empathy has been proven.
My second triathlon race of the season took place last Saturday in Westport, a small town on the edge of an Atlantic inlet on Ireland’s west coast.
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.