‘Alright, pet?’ - A new BBC NI podcast with pet lover Anne-Marie Wallace & Rob Adams
Breaking mews, there’s a new pawdcast in town, featuring all creatures great, small, furry or scaled!
Animal lover Anne-Marie Wallace and specialist veterinary surgeon Rob Adams present a pawsome six-part podcast for BBC Sounds called ‘Alright, pet?’
The new series takes a look under the tail of what makes our animals tick. A fun mix of quirky animal stories and celebrity interviews, this podcast is pawsitively brimming with helpful hints and tips to keep your animals in tip top shape.
Starting on Monday 23 August on BBC Sounds, episode one looks at detecting the signs of a heart condition in animals, how to deal with a piddling cat, what alternative therapies are available, choosing the correct pet insurance and singer Tom Grennan will be chatting about his beloved Romanian rescue dog Marmite.
Later in the series celebrities including Eamonn Holmes, Charlotte Crosbie and Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen will be opening up about their relationships with their animals, and Rob gives listeners a behind the scenes look at of some of his specialist surgeries including saving the life of Fabulous Finn, the Police service dog, and Britain’s Got Talent finalist, who was stabbed in the line of duty.
Listeners have the op-paw-tunity to get in touch and put their questions to Rob and Anne-Marie right now, by emailing:
‘Alright, pet?’ begins Monday 23 August on BBC Sounds.
Download the BBC Sounds app now, available for both Apple and Android devices.