I've written a weekly column about pets in the Telegraph for over a decade now - these days it's in the Sunday Telegraph, in the Sunday Section - and it goes up online afterwards.
Dogs are scavengers: the common reasons why dogs get upset stomachs and how to help them. | The Telegraph
In my weekly online piece at the Telegraph this week, I discuss gastro-intestinal upsets in dogs.
My latest piece in the Telegraph discusses the questions most people ask when buying a new puppy - and goes on to suggest the questions that they really ought to be asking.
Helping pets owners cope with grief when a pet dies: from hugs to sympathy cards to emails | The Telegraph
My latest piece in the Telegraph discusses the topic of grief after the death of pets. Vets are commonly involved at the time of the death of a pet, and we are often faced with challenging emotional situations.
Why does meat need to be so cheap? Pete Wedderburn on mega farms in the Daily Telegraph | The Telegraph
The issue of mega farms has come up at a topical time, when the UK House of Lords is also discussing the impact of Brexit on animal welfare in the UK.
I am an occasional sufferer from hay fever: sometimes I'm overcome with runny eyes and sneezes, then half an hour later, it's all gone.
How to give effective CPR to dogs, cats and other creatures | The Telegraph
I've written a step by step guide to carrying out CPR on animals. There are key facts you must know. It's mouth-to-snout, not mouth-to-mouth.
How to keep a healthy dog and a happy pet: Pete Wedderburn writes in the Daily Telegraph | The Telegraph
My latest piece in the Telegraph describes my summary of seven simple but essential steps to ensuring that your dog is a healthy and happy animal.
Bring Your Dog to Work Day – discussion on Newstalk’s Pat Kenny Show | Newstalk, The Telegraph
BorrowMyDoggy supporting dogs at work (photo credit: Paul Brown at epic-fotos. com)Bring Your Dog to Work Day is happening on Friday 23rd June in Ireland and the UK.
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.
In my latest online piece for the Telegraph, I tackle the issue of fake news and false science in the online world of pets, focussing on nutrition and healthcare.
How to prevent heat stroke in dogs this summer | The Telegraph
Heat stroke is a common problem seen by pet owners and vets every summer. Prevention is the key: once a dog has overheated and is suffering from hyperthermia, it can be too late.
How to work out how old your dog is in “dog years” | The Telegraph
There's an old myth that to work out a dog's age in "dog years", you just need to multiply the number of calendar years by seven.
Like evolution, change in the professions happens slowly but surely. I qualified as a vet back in 1985 - thirty two years ago - and since then, the way that people work as vets has changed immensely.
Holiday care options for pets: Pete the Vet on Ireland AM | The Telegraph, TV3
Holiday care for petsPet care is an important part of holiday planning for people who have animals in their life. There are three main options, each with pros and cons.
Here’s why the world should become a more pet friendly place: my latest piece in the Telegraph | The Telegraph
There's increasing recognition of the similarities between humans and animals, yet British and Irish societies still treat animals very differently to humans.
Pete’s weekly online piece in the Telegraph: the new easy way to learn the truth about cats and dogs | The Telegraph
It's thirty years since I qualified as a vet, and in that time, our understanding of "the truth" has changed.
Easter: chocolate, lilies & hot cross buns can poison pets. Pete the Vet Podcast on Newstalk’s Pat Kenny Show | Pat Kenny Show, The Telegraph
Avoid poisoning your pets accidentally over Easter Over the Easter weekend, there are several hidden toxic hazards for pets in many homes, and it’s far better to avoid them rather than waiting u ..