Yes, There IS a Doctor in the House, Er, on the Air! – Meet Dr. Udo Wahn
Dr. Udo Wahn ................................
By day, Dr. Udo Wahn is a San Diego physician who delivers babies. But his love for the ocean, its inhabitants as well as dogs has inspired him to produce five children books. Each captures the Aloha spirit and each is wonderfully illustrated. Tune in as Oh Behave Show host Arden Moore chats with Dr. Wahn, who shares how each and every one of us can make a difference to make this a better planet. And, be sure to email Arden (Arden@fourleggedlife.com) with the subject header: Aloha Books, and you may win a personalized autographed copy of one of Dr. Wahn’s children books. So, catch the show as we dive right into great insights from a great doctor.
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Dr. Udo Wahn is a 59 yer old Del Mar, CA surfer and environmental activist serving as a core volunteer for Surfrider Foundation. He semi-retired from his practice of Ob-Gyn in 2008 to spend more time with his young son Paolo “Cabo” and his wife Aleida.
He has penned 5 children’s books:
Cabo and Coral Go surfing!
Cabo and Coral’s Secret Surf Spot
Cabo and Coral Reef Explorers
Cabo and Coral Dog Days of Summer
For the Sake of Hugh Manatee
The aloha spirit permeates through all of his books in the Cabo and
Coral series of kids books for the ocean minded child. All the books
are of an educational and inspirational nature and can be read in any
His books have been featured in Surfing Magazine, The Surfer’s
Journal, and Surfrider’s Making Waves. His books have been endorsed by the likes of, Artist and ocean conservationist Wyland, World champion surfer and International Surfing Hall of Fame, Linda Benson, World Longboard champion,
Taylor Jensen, World champion standup paddler Candice Appleby and legendary World champion surfer, Shaun Tomson.
Dr. Wahn donates partial proceeds from all of his books to non- profits such as Surfrider Foundation, The Helen Woodward Animal Center, Heal the Bay, the Rob Machado Foundation and the Ocean Institute.