TV & Radio

One half of the Barking Blondes with Jo Good, Anna co-presents the only radio show dedicated to dogs in Europe, BBC Radio London's 'The Barking Hour'. This weekly slot has become the definite voice of canines on the airwaves, attracting a vast array of celebrities eager to talk dog.

You can catch the show every Thursday 2:30 - 3:30pm 94.9FM, online and digital.

As a Barking Blonde Anna contributed weekly to ITV1’s The Titchmarsh Show; Channel 5’s Gabby Logan Show, BBC Breakfast, SKY 1’s A Different Breed and co-authored Barking Blondes –the book.

Anna regularly contributes as a canine spokesperson on national and local radio; Channel 5’s Truth About What You Feed Your Dog; ITV’s This Morning; Channel 5 News; Animal Planet’s Dogs 101 and CBBC’s Underdogs.

Paws for thought. Just how much does it cost to keep a pet?

Anna Webb's YouTube Channel

You can now watch all of Anna's TV appearances including The Alan Titchmarch Show, This Morning, Crufts and many more via Anna's YouTube Channel.

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The Barking Blondes Book

When Jo saw Anna feeding Molly meatballs from her bra she knew that here was a woman after her own heart. What she couldn't know that this was the start of a relationship that would take them both on incredible and bizarre adventures.

Unlike contemporaries - juggling school runs, husbands and home life - these two go on an unconventional journey that sees them nearly drowning in a rock stars swimming pool; tearing around paris trying to locate Rin Tin Tin's grave; and generally alienating the men in their lives through their dedication to Molly and Matilda;'s welfare. Like Brigitte Bardot and Mae West before them, they believe that man is not necessarily a girl's best friend.

Barking Blondes is the hilarious and touching tale of how two women's lives that have been transformed by their pets.