Many pet’s experience anxiety just like humans do. Anxiety in dogs can lead to bad behaviour such as chewing, barking or acting out in other ways.
This blog was written by Alexandra Seagal, Editor of Animalso. com. One of the most challenging and frustrating parts of raising a puppy is potty training.
This blog was written by Linda Butts who is the owner of the blog site Pawsometalk. com.
The ten most common causes of behavioural problems in dogs – my latest piece in Telegraph Online | The Telegraph
As a vet in practice, my primary role is to deal with pets that have physical illness, but increasingly, people also have questions about behavioural issues that they are having with their pets.
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Dogs fulfilling simple administration roles in pet food offices Burns Pet Nutrition, a family company in Wales that makes specialist foods designed for the health and wellbeing of pets, has taken a re ..
This month's guest post is by Louise Merry, a UK-based owner of a Staffordshire Bull Terrier cross-bred dog.
Can our pets love us, care for us and grieve for us? Pete the Vet on Newstalk’s Pat Kenny Show | Pat Kenny Show
Are pets capable of loving us, caring for us, and grieving for us?The bond between humans and animals can be astonishingly strong, defying our rational expectations.
Do you use a funny voice to talk to your dog? Here’s why, and here’s what difference it make to the animal. Pete the Vet Weekly Podcast | East Coast Radio
Hands up if you do this? When you speak to your dog, do you put on an exaggerated “I’m talking to a dog” voice? If you have ever wondered why, and if you wonder how much difference i ..
How humans change their speech to talk to dogs, how to help deaf dogs, plus listeners’ queries: the vet spot on Newstalk’s Pat Kenny Show | Pat Kenny Show
how humans talk to dogs Researchers have recently found that puppies reacted positively and wanted to play when researchers in France played them a tape of phrases like, “Who’s a good boy? ..
Halloween and pets: the story of Sissi, the cat who was shot with a rifle | East Coast Radio
The cat in the photo is Sissi: when she came home from her usual evening stroll recently, she was unable to put any weight on her left front leg.
With Halloween approaching, this week on the Pat Kenny Show on Newstalk, we discussed issues to do with fear of fireworks in pets as well as other safety issues for pets.
Dog attacks: why do we never analyse what actually happens? Why the secrecy? | East Coast Radio
The latest dog attack in the UK, where a baby was killed and a toddler was seriously injured, was reportedly carried out by a dog resembling a Staffordshire Bull Terrier.
Euro 2016 soccer theme – all about ball games for your pets | East Coast Radio, TV3
As Ireland play France today in the Euro soccer championships, today's theme is all about ball games.
Lucy is a free range rabbit, having the full run of the garden as her home. She doesn't have a hutch; instead, she has dug a burrow under the garden shed.
The topic of "Breed Specific Legislation" has often been discussed in the media, and on most occasions, this happens following some traumatic incident where a person is attacked by a dog.
Dangerous dogs? Can “restricted dog breeds” make good pets? | Pat Kenny Show, TV3
The Irish breed-specific legislation is now internationally recognised as being outdated, unfair, unnecessary and ineffective.