Dr Pete Wedderburn is a practicing vet with over 30 years' experience working with small animals.
Dr Pete Wedderburn BVM&S CertVR MRCVS is a practicing vet with over 30 years' experience working with small animals. He is known for his appearances on radio and breakfast television in the UK and Ireland, and writes for Saga Magazine, The Daily Telegraph and others.
If you have a question for Pete email firstname.lastname@example.org. Pete can only answer questions in Saga Magazine and on our website.
A reader is considering feeding their dog a raw food diet.
A reader's elderly cat has started to suffer from a gurgling stomach.
A reader is wondering whether her cat's habit is a sign of a nutrient deficiency.
A reader is worried after she found her grandson feeding chocolate to the dog.
A reader's cat always urinates next to her tray instead of inside it.
A big, mean neighbourhood cat is causing trouble with a reader's cat.
A reader is unsure whether her dog's hunger is a lurking health problem or normal behaviour.
A reader wants to know what alternative method there is for preventing ticks.
A reader wonders whether a change in behaviour means her elderly cat has dementia.