Scott is at the RSPCA talking to veterinarian Dr Andy Goring. Dr Andy checks over one large doggy sweetheart and demonstrates how thorough the physical is. Nose, eyes, ears, skin, heart rate ... all to make sure there are no mites, fleas or transferable diseases that could infect the other animals there, waiting for adoption. Next, RSPCA media officer Kate Holmes chats with Scott about the commitment needed to bring an animal into your life. How many years it might live, introducing it to other
Stacey talks to Charbray cattle stud owner Graham Nielsen. We learn their background as well as the advantages of raising them. Graham's granddaughters have a pet bull of this breed named Louie. He was born as a twin but couldn't suckle from his mum, so was rescued and handfed from milk bottles. A young bull now, he's friendly around humans and is a sweet if unorthodox kind of pet!
Today, Kellyn talks to horse whisperer Ken Faulkner. We learn about the weaning, training and socialising process for foals, featuring a couple of particular cuties Whisper and Sparkles. At this formative age, a halter is introduced, and by being around people, their reaction determines whether or not they will make a good riding horse. Ken and Kellyn lead them out of their comfort zones for more training, and both babies whinny for the mums then are allowed to gallop back to the corral to joi
The Totally Wild team travels to Western Australia for a film festival. Brooke catches up with a junior scientist with grand plans for the future and we learn what can and cannot be recycled.
In this episode of Totally Wild take a journey into the world of Doctor Dolittle and learn how to speak with animals.
This episode looks at speedy science with a focus on fast vehicles such as jet boats, go-karts, rockets, V8 utes and hydrofoil jet skis. Plus, find out just how fast the Earth is moving through the universe, meet the Aussie who holds the fastest land speed record and learn all about thermodynamics.