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Reproduction in the dog

A. E. Harrop

Reproduction in the dog

by A. E. Harrop

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Published by Bailliere, Tindall, and Cox in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Dogs.,
  • Reproduction.,
  • Veterinary obstetrics.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliography.

    Statementby A.E. Harrop, assisted by five contributors. With foreword by S.F.J. Hodgman.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination204 p.
    Number of Pages204
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16585512M

    The reproductive parts found in the boar, stallion, dog, and buck have functions similar to those of the bull. The filiform appendage found in the ram is actually .   Canine Reproduction: The Breeder's Guide has been the ultimate reference on dog breeding, whelping and puppy care for more than 30 years. This new third edition features color photographs, the latest veterinary research on reproduction, and an affordable softcover binding/5(37).

    Canine Reproduction and Whelping brings together information that will be invaluable to today's dog breeders because it helps to fill in the gaps in knowledge of even the most experienced breeder. Learn how facts about human reproduction, conception and birth get unknowingly mixed up with the very different canine side of things. Dog - Dog - The breeds: There are approximately separate breeds of purebred dogs worldwide. A purebred dog is considered to be one whose genealogy is traceable for three generations within the same breed. National registries, such as the American Kennel Club (AKC) in the United States, the Canadian Kennel Club, the Kennel Club of England, and the Australian National Kennel Council.

      The dog reproductive system, also called canine genital system, is an interlinked system of sex organs within an organism which work together for the purpose of sexual system includes obvious body parts such as the male’s penis and the female’s uterus, but also requires several hormones and other smaller but very functional organs.   This easy to read book discussed the canine reproduction system from head to toe, dog through bitch. It discusses whelping and many other important topics that breeders need to know. It is written in an easy to read format in laymen's terms/5.


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Reproduction in the dog by A. E. Harrop Download PDF EPUB FB2

Reproduction and what to do are addressed in this very informative book. A must read for any breeder. You will enjoy this book/5(15). This book draws widely on published literature throughout the world to present a concise scientific account of reproduction in the dog and cat.

Although the book has been written particularly for students, breeders and owners with a scientific interest in their animals will find it valuable. First part devoted to the dog, second to the cat, and both parts use the same headings to cover normal as well Format: Paperback. Canine Reproduction: The Breeder's Guide In stock on This is the definitive guide to breeding, whelping and raising puppies, now completely updated/5(33).

Canine Reproduction and Neonatology Winner of Dog Writers Association of America’s Dogwise Best Book Award This book focuses on the veterinarian’s responsibilities for managing the problem pregnancy, insemination, collecting, storing and shipping semen, and all of the diseases and vaccination protocols that may involve the bitch and the stud dog.

Winner of Dog Writers Association of America's Dogwise Best Book Award. This book focuses on the veterinarian’s responsibilities for managing the problem pregnancy, insemination, collecting, storing and shipping semen, and all of the diseases and vaccination protocols that may involve the bitch and the stud dog.5/5(27).

Hence, dogs might appear sterile, obese, underweight, or malnourished depending on its environment. This book, Reproduction in the Dog: A Tropical Approach, addresses the problems associated with dog breeding in the tropics and gives authentic information to the breeder, veterinarian, animal scientist or dog : Jovi Otite.

Winner of Dog Writers Association of America's Dogwise Best Book AwardCanine Reproduction is a practical guide for veterinarians and an information source for breeders, kennel operators and others with a financial or humane interest in the breeding and maintenance of book focuses on the veterinarian's responsibilities for managing the prob.

Holst, a dog breeder and small animal veterinarian, presents a fairly scientific treatment of breeding, designed for the serious breeder. This book dispels some of the common myths about the proper time to breed, mixed litters, potency, and hormone use, as /5.

Reproduction Introduction Allowing the female dog (bitch) to have puppies can be a won-derful experience. However, dog owners must understand the responsibility that comes with breeding since overpopulation is a tremendous problem. There are too many abandoned and unwanted mixed and purebred dogs in pounds and shelters all across the country File Size: KB.

Reproduction is a standalone contemporary debut novel written by Ian Williams. It centers on an unconventional family from its inception towards the end where child meet estranged father.

It centers on an unconventional family from its inception towards the end where child meet estranged father/5. This book covers just about everything concerning canine reproduction and leans heavily on the practical aspects of the veterinarian-client relationship.

Much respect is given to clients who are. A unique feature of this book is the focus on large, domestic animals. Previous editions were considered the "Bible" of reproductive physiology.

It covers basic, large animal reproductive physiology, provides species-specific information and is suitable as a textbook for upper-division courses. Summary. Winner of Dog Writers Association of America's Dogwise Best Book Award. This book focuses on the veterinarian’s responsibilities for managing the problem pregnancy, insemination, collecting, storing and shipping semen, and all of the diseases and vaccination protocols that may involve the bitch and the stud dog.

Another one of her books to own if your dog is having a litter. It’s important to gain as much knowledge as you can for the safety of your bitch and her puppies. Another great book to have is ‘The Book of the Bitch’/5(81). This book focuses on the veterinarian’s responsibilities for managing the problem pregnancy, insemination, collecting, storing and shipping semen, and all of the diseases and vaccination protocols that may involve the bitch and the stud dog.

It is also a very practical guide for the non-veterinarian breeder and kennel owner. Dog - Dog - Reproductive cycle: The heat cycle of the female lasts from 18 to 21 days.

The first stage is called proestrus. It begins with mild swelling of the vulva and a bloody discharge. This lasts for about 9 days, although it may vary by 2 or 3 days. During this phase the bitch may attract males, but she is not ready to be bred and will reject all advances.

Reproduction in Dogs and Cats discharge, the female will accept the male and stand for breeding. This receptive stage may last a few days or as long as 2 weeks. The most commonly used breeding dates are the 9th, 11th and 13th days after the first vaginal discharge.

Repeated breedings, 48 hours apart, as long as the female accepts theFile Size: 39KB. The best selection of dog training books, dog nutrition books, and dog competition books anywhere. Myra Savant Harris' Canine Reproduction, Whelping and Puppy Intensive Care Seminar: Techniques for a Successful Breeding and Healthy Puppies DVD Techniques for a Successful Breeding and Healthy Puppies DVD.

$ On Sale. Quick view Add. Canine Reproduction and Neonatology by Marthina L. Greer Book Resume: Winner of Dog Writers Association of America's Dogwise Best Book AwardCanine Reproduction is a practical guide for veterinarians and an information source for breeders, kennel operators and others with a financial or humane interest in the breeding and maintenance of   The book provides step by step guidelines for husbandry and nutrition as they relate to the bitch and her puppies, an excellent and concise description of breeding genetics and the implications of that knowledge for long term preservation of the breed line, and it focuses squarely on the relationship that must exist between the veterinarian and breeder : Teton NewMedia.

This book provides complete, current information on pathophysiology, diagnosis, and treatment of endocrine, metabolic, and reproductive diseases in dogs and cats. It also discusses the importance of testing procedures in endocrine and reproductive diseases, as well as cost-effective and expedient diagnostic protocols.A complete review of reproduction is presented with the endocrine .Download Winner of Dog Writers Association of America's Dogwise Best Book AwardCanine Reproduction is a practical guide for veterinarians and an information source for breeders, kennel operators and others with a financial or humane interest in the breeding and maintenance of book focuses on the veterinarian's responsibilities for managing the prob.This book also serves as an easy-to-understand introduction to veterinary theriogenology touching on all aspects of small animal reproduction, including physiology and pathology of the male and female reproductive systems and the clinical practice of veterinary obstetrics, gynecology, and semenology.