Alfie is a gentle, good-natured dog, but he’s sensitive, and he’s nervous in certain situations.
How to help pets during fireworks season – podcast from Pete the Vet | East Coast Radio
Learn how to help pets during fireworks season from this week's podcast. At this time of year, many dogs (and cats) get upset because they are afraid of the sights, sounds and smells of fireworks displays.
Podcast: Helping pets deal with the fear of fireworks. | East Coast Radio
Fireworks come out every year at different times - from Halloween to Guy Fawkes to New Year. Many animals are terrified of these noisy, bright creations.
Read my latest online piece in the Telegraph or watch the video below from TV3's Ireland AM vet spot to learn about the two big problems for pets around Halloween.
In this month's interview on South East Radio, Pete discusses some tips on pet care for Halloween and for pets that are sensitive to fireworks sounds. Follow the link below to listen.
Keeping pets calm in storms and at Halloween: podcast from Newstalk’s Pat Kenny Show | Pat Kenny Show
Is your dog a nervous nellie when there are high winds or fireworks outside? Listen to the podcast below for tips on how to help.
Sissi the cat was shot last week: I have written and spoken about her story elsewhere (listen to the latest podcast on my blog).
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.
In this week's podcast, courtesy of East Coast FM, we discuss two significant topics that will interest many dog owners.
Fireworks frighten rabbits.
This week on Ireland AM, Pete discusses how best to protect our pets this Halloween. How to help pets deal with fireworksDogs, in particular, are often stressed by the explosive sounds of bangers and rockets.