This week on Ireland AM, we discussed the Yellow Dog Campaign which is a smart way of letting people know about dogs that should not be approached by strangers when out on walks.
One dog with Parvovirus and another with itchy skin | East Coast Radio
On East Coast FM this week, a listener phoned in to discuss her dog: he had just been diagnosed with Parvovirus by her vet. Another listener called in to ask about her itchy dog.
How do animals cope with bad weather in winter? | East Coast Radio
On East Coast FM this week, we discussed how animals cope with the cold, wet weather of winter.
From teacup pigs to cats with toothache … | Newstalk
Listen to a recent interview on Newstalk's Shenanigans with Sile.
Pet insurance is an excellent way of budgeting for your pet’s health care, so that in case of a crisis, you can afford the best treatment.
From penguins in zoos to elephants in Africa | East Coast Radio
On East Coast FM this week, we discussed penguins, zoos, elephants and Africa.
Choosing the right pet & making New Year promises | East Coast Radio
On East Coast FM this week, we discuss choosing the right pet in the first place: this is the most important step towards successful and happy pet ownership.
The New Year is always a time for reflection and review. A time for starting new ideas, and sometimes for letting old ideas go. So what are my plans for 2013?1.
More Christmas tips for pets | East Coast Radio
More tips on making sure that Christmas is a happy time for the pets in your family.
Animal rescue groups need extra help over Christmas – don’t forget them! | East Coast Radio
This week on East Coast FM, we discuss the needs of animal rescue groups over the Christmas period.
A few weeks ago I asked you folk for ideas for Xmas gifts for pets. The final list is online now- see here.
“Help! My dog is out of control in the countryside!” | Vet Help Direct
Dog owners and livestock farmers aren’t always the best of friends at this time of year: newly pregnant cattle and sheep are especially vulnerable to being chased by out-of-control dogs, resulti ..
The dedication of some individuals to animals in trouble is remarkable, and the story of Bonnie (pictured above with volunteer Mel) is one that's worth telling.
Autumn vet blog: the danger of walking your dog in the half light of dawn and dusk | Vet Help Direct
I've written an article about the dangers of walking a dog beside the road in the half-darkness that's so common in autumn and winter in Ireland and the UK.
Farmed puppies seized in Dublin & the issue of tail docking in Ireland | East Coast Radio
On East Coast FM this week, Declan Meehan asks me about the seizure of a batch of puppies in Dublin this week: on the way to the UK market.
Vet on Newstalk’s Sean Moncrieff Show: “reviewing the newspapers” and more | Newstalk, Spirit Radio
I went in to “review the newspapers” on Newstalk’s Sean Moncrieff”s lunchtime show, but we ended up covering all sorts of stuff, from the new Animal Health & Welfare Bill t ..
Today is World Rabies Day: read why the human version of this disease could soon be eradicated | The Telegraph
Do you think you know about rabies?Rabies is prevalent in many parts of Asia, America and Africa, while many European countries have rabies in their wild animal populations (usually foxes).
Vet on the radio with Newstalk’s Sile Seoige: rabies, the new Animal Health & Welfare Bill, and queries from listeners
I called in to the Newstalk studios this week for Shenanigans with Sile - to listen to our chat, you can click on two links: the first half is hereand the second half is here.