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Dr. Walt's happy tails

Author: Canadian Living

Pets

Dr. Walt's happy tails

Dr. Walt Ingwersen has been answering Canadian Living readers' pet peeves for the past two years. Here is the entire collection of his words of wisdom on all things hairy and cute, from skunk odour remedies to barking busters and beyond:

  • 10 ways to keep your pet healthy this summer
  • Beware cocoa bean mulch and handle spring/summer allergies
  • Loss of house training and a car sickness solution
  • Veterinary drugs, frisky felines and anxious pups
  • Winter petcare and leaving your pet alone
  • New canine heart disease treatment and dog safety in winter weather
  • Halloween Hazards
  • Skin allergies
  • Celebrate animal health week
  • Pet I.D., Specialty care and pets with newborns
  • Piddling, food sharing and bully cats
  • Holiday safety tips and dangerous foods
  • Pet odour solutions
  • Vaccinations and puppy purchasing tips
  • Poisonous plants and oral health
  • Curb barking, winter hazards
  • Skunk odour remedy, bumps and pet allergies
  • Anesthetic procedure, vaccination reactions, and tail docking and ear cropping
  • Aggressive cats, car sick dogs, commercial pet food vs. table scraps
  • Season of the itch

    About Dr. Walt Ingwersen

    Dr. Walt Ingwersen is Chief Veterinary Officer at PetCare Insurance Brokers Ltd. He is a 1982 graduate of the Ontario Veterinary College. Board certified in Internal Medicine, he has the distinction of being the first Canadian editor of the Journal of the American Animal Hospital Association, a position he currently holds.

    Involved in many aspects of the national and international veterinary community,
    "Dr. Walt" is the recipient of the President's Award for outstanding contribution to the veterinary profession awarded by the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association (CVMA). He is also Chief Veterinary Officer and Chairman of the Veterinary Advisory Board at PetCare Insurance Brokers Ltd. -- Canada's leading provider of insurance for dogs and cats.

    "Dr. Walt" is shown here with his four-legged family members -- Dharma, a 2-year-old spayed female (left), and her half-brother, Charlie, a one-year-old neutered male (right). Both are yellow Labrador retrievers.

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