Pete Wedderburn from GoreyBrayVet has recently started to do a once monthly phone-in radio vet slot on South East Radio based in Wexford.
Reverse zoonoses: the diseases that pets can pick up from people. Pete the Vet on Pat Kenny Show | Pat Kenny Show, The Telegraph
Can sick humans pass on their bugs to pets?In this week's Newstalk podcast from the Pat Kenny show, we talked about the diseases that pets can pick up from people.
Podcast: the benefits – and challenges – of having pets in the workplace | East Coast Radio
Pets should be part of our community: they bring benefits to humans, as well as having better lives themselves when they are included.
Coping with the grief after losing a pet: Pete the Vet podcast from Newstalk’s Pat Kenny Show | Newstalk
To listen to this week's podcast, click on the link at the foot of this page. Pets are often seen as part of the family, and when they die, the grief experienced can be immense.
What to do if you find injured wildlife: podcast with Pete the Vet on Newstalk’s Pat Kenny Show | Pat Kenny Show
How many people don't know what to do when they find a sick, injured or abandoned wild animal? While your local vet may the obvious place to bring such creatures, not all vets are willing or able to help.
Pete the Vet weekly podcast: How will Brexit trade deals affect food standards in the UK and Ireland? | East Coast Radio
“Even the farmers in the UK are worried” New trade deals with the USA and South America risk a two-tier food supply in the UK: cheap imported meat and milk from outside Europe, then expens ..
Pete the Vet discusses the latest stray dog statistics in his weekly podcast | East Coast Radio
The Irish stray dog statistics have just been published: on East Coast FM this week, Pete discussed these, explaining how the system for stray dogs works, and talking about the reasons for recent impr ..
On the Pat Kenny Show this week, we first discussed the risk to pets from poisonous plants in people's back gardens, and second, we dealt with the usual collection of listeners' queries.
Mouth to Snout, not Mouth to Mouth. Pete the Vet talking about CPR for pets on Newstalk’s Pat Kenny Show | Pat Kenny Show
It's "mouth to snout", not "mouth to mouth". CPR is highly unlikely to save the life of a pet, but it's easy to learn how to do it.
Parvovirus hasn’t gone away: is your dog protected? Pete the Vet podcast | East Coast Radio
Parvovirus was a major issue twenty years ago, but pet owners are less worried about it these days because it's not seen so often.
Bring Your Dog To Work Day podcast on East Coast FM including advice on heat stroke in dogs | East Coast Radio
In this week's podcast, we discuss Bring Your Dog To Work Day, mentioning the health and social benefits from dogs.
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.
To listen to the podcast, see the link at the foot of this pageIs it a tick or is it a wart?It’s common for owners to be confused between ticks and warts: they can look very similar.
This week, we discussed fox hunting on the Pat Kenny Show. To listen to the podcast click on the link at the foot of the page.
In this week's podcast, Pete the Vet starts by discussing a recent incident in the Irish newspapers where a man was seen to pounce on a swan, grabbing it by the neck.
Listen to the podcast at the foot of this pageThis week has been classic pre-exam weather, with plenty of sunshine and clear skies.
Cancer in pets: Pete the Vet podcast | East Coast Radio
This week, Pete discusses the broad topic of cancer in pets, including surgery, chemotherapy, radiation treatment and other possibilities.
From Rover to Ronald and Fluffy to Felicity: changing fashions in pet names. Pete the Vet’s Podcast on Newstalk’s Pat Kenny Show | Pat Kenny Show
To listen to the podcast, click on the play button at the bottom of this page What do you call your pet?Pet names are an interesting topic: as a vet. I often come across interesting and amusing ones.