When I interviewed Paul O'Grady last October, it was obvious to me that he's a man with a genuine love of animals.
“Non-text book cases”, DJD (arthritis) & vomiting blood | East Coast Radio
On East Coast FM this week, Pete the Vet discusses complex veterinary cases that don't fit the text book pattern, arthritis (or degenerative joint disease) and what to do if your dog vomits up blood.
Pete The Vet On Spirit Radio: why he became a vet, & Irish people’s attitude to animals | Spirit Radio
To listen to Pete's first radio interview on Spirit Radio, click on the play button below.
What to do if you need a vet in an after-hours emergency over Xmas | East Coast Radio
On East Coast FM this week, Pete Wedderburn discusses the after-hours service provided by vets, and one listener wants to know how to stop a dog being a fussy eater, while another has the reverse p ..
Why is pet insurance so expensive, and how can you get the best deal? | East Coast Radio
This week, on East Coast FM, Pete Wedderburn talked with a listener about the increasing cost of pet insurance.
On East Coast FM this week, Pete Wedderburn discusses the various post-nominal letters that vets use to show their qualifications. Plus the puzzle of a cat that had stopped eating.
High graduate debt, falling demand for pet health care & corporatisation. The veterinary profession is in trouble…. | Vet Help Direct
I’ve just written an article across on this subject at Vet Help Direct: read it by clicking here ..
I've just written a blog over at Vet Help Direct about the way that the veterinary profession is regulated. To read it, click here.
Instead of my weekly Q&A column this week, I was asked to write a response to Germaine Greer's recent criticism of pet owners & vets. Read it here.
As we move into the New Year, I've been reflecting on the best way to use this blog, as well as my other online resources.
I've been trying some new ways of interacting with folk on the internet - and it's time to give you an update.
Andrew Byrne is one of my partners at Brayvet, and is pictured here with Elsa, his five year old Golden Retriever.
This week, from Wednesday 20th to Sunday 24th August, the largest veterinary conference ever to be held in Ireland is taking place at the Royal Dublin Society showgrounds in Dublin.
Every week, I have a slot on Ireland's TV3 television channel, during the breakfast show -Ireland AM - video links can be found on the next page . .