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Who We Are
Dr. Iftikhar H. Jaffery is the primary veterinarian at Walkers Line Veterinary Hospital and gives his services Monday through Sunday.
Dr. Jaffery completed his DVM in 1996 and Msc(Hon) in clinical medicine and surgery in 1999 and has extensive experience working with small animals and exotic pets.
Before moving to Burlington, he has mainly worked in Los Angeles and New York providing services at Small Animal Hospitals and 24 hour Emergency Hospitals.
He started working at Walkers Line Veterinary Hospital in 2010 and gives services in internal medicine, soft tissue and orthopedic surgeries, dentistry, chemotherapy and loves to see exotic pets including but not limited to Guinea Pigs, Rabbits, Ferrets, Reptiles, Hedgehogs, Sugar gliders, Amphibians, Rodents and all Birds.
The Canadian Veterinarian's Oath
Being admitted into the profession of veterinary medicine, and possessing an unyielding sense of honor, I solemnly swear to my colleagues and to society, that I will use my scientific knowledge and skills for the protection of animal health and welfare, the relief of animal suffering, the promotion of public health and the advancement of veterinary and medical knowledge.
I will practice my profession conscientiously and with dignity, and in keeping with the principles of veterinary medical ethics.
I will strive, as a lifelong obligation, to continue to improve my professional knowledge and competence and to maintain the highest moral standards for myself and the profession.
We will be closed all statutory holidays
GET READY FOR HEARTWORM SEASON!
Heartworm is a disease that is transmitted between dogs and mosquitos during the seasons of spring and fall. It can be fatal and treatment for heartworm can be risky and costly.
All dogs are at risk and those dogs that live outside, play outside or accompany you on camping trips are at a higher risk.
To ensure your dog is protected, call us now. A simple blood test will determine if your dog is heartworm free and ready to start the preventive medication.