2 edition of Fertility and infertility in dogs, cats and other carnivores found in the catalog.
Fertility and infertility in dogs, cats and other carnivores
International Symposium on Canine and Feline Reproduction (2nd 1992 LieМЂge, Belgium)
by Journal of Reproduction & Fertility ; Colchester, Essex, UK : [Distributor] The Biochemical Society Book Depot in Cambridge, UK
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||edited by P.W. Concannon ... [et al.].|
|Series||Journal of reproduction and fertility. Supplement -- 47., Journal of reproduction and fertility -- no. 47.|
|Contributions||Concannon, P. W.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 569 p. :|
|Number of Pages||569|
Commercial Dog Foods Affect Fertility and Sexual Development By Michael Fox BVetMed, PhD, August Researchers Richard G. Lea and associates published on Aug 9 th, , a report entitled Environmental chemicals impact dog semen quality in vitro and may be associated with a temporal decline in sperm motility and increased cryptorchidism. This book includes information on the normal fertility and incidence of infertility in domestic animals (cows, sheep, horses, pigs, dogs and cats). Methods of artificial insemination and collection of the semen are described and a description is given of the characteristics of normal semen. Chapters are also included on diseases such as brucellosis, vibrio fetus and tricho-monas fetus which.
FERTILITY REPORT Of Purebreds And Show Dogs. by Staff and Breeders, December update. The first canine fertility study reveals reasons for increased mating problems, flakey seasons, litter rejection or small litter size in purebred dogs. Dog breeders report increasing breeding problems in show-bred purebreds. With more than 10 supplements in one formula, including vitamins, trace minerals, amino acids, antioxidants, omega-3s and more, Platinum Performance ® Feline Wellness Formula supports your cat’s overall health. This veterinary-developed supplement provides support for every aspect of wellness, from a cat’s joints to digestive health, and includes mg per teaspoon of taurine, an amino.
Joyce Briggs is president of the Alliance for Contraception in Cats & Dogs, a group advocating for non-surgical birth control methods to humanely manage populations of cats and dogs. She called Levy “a key player in efforts to advance new methods of fertility control.” “We are intrigued by this study,” Briggs said. Copncannon, P. Effects of dose and duration of constant GnRH-agonist treatment on induction of estrus in beagle dogs. (Abstract). In: Abstracts Book 5th Intl. Symp. Canine Feline Reproduction, Sao Paulo, Concannon P, England G, Verstegen J, Doberska C. (eds). Reproduction of Dogs, Cats and Exotic Carnivores.
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Reproduction And Infertility in Dogs, Cats And Other Carnivores (Journal of Reproduction & Fertility Supplement): Medicine & Health Science Books @ 5/5(1). Get this from a library. Fertility and infertility in dogs, cats and other carnivores: proceedings of the Second International Symposium on Canine and Feline Reproduction, held at the University of Liège, Liège, Belgium, August [P W Concannon;].
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Author(s): Concannon,P W(Patrick W.); Quadrennial International Symposium on Canine and Feline Reproduction,(2nd: University of Liège) Title(s): Fertility and infertility in dogs, cats and other carnivores: proceedings of the Second International Symposium on Canine and Feline Reproduction, held at the University of Liège, Liège, Belgium, August / edited by P.W.
Concannon. There are many possible causes of infertility in male dogs, including behavioral, physical, and medical factors. Your veterinarian will perform a thorough examination and testing to diagnose the reason for your male dog's infertility, and treatment will depend on the underlying cause.
select article Fertility and Infertility in Dogs, Cats and Other Carnivores, P.W. Concannon, G.C.W. England, J.P. Vertagen, H.A. Russell (Eds.).
Infertility can be treated by administration of hormones that act directly on the ovaries or regulate their functions, or act to help maintain pregnancy. Hormonal treatment can also work on male cats with low sperm counts or poor libido. On the other hand, hormonal treatment can also be used to prevent pregnancy after an undesired mating.
When breeding dogs, there are factors in both the bitch and the dog that can affect fertility and conception. In the June issue, we discussed the factors that can cause decreased fertility. Dog and cat reproduction, contraception and artificial insemination: proceedings of the First International Symposium on Canine and Feline Reproduction held at Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland, / by P.W.
Concannon, D.B. Morton and Barbara J. Weir. Here is a look at the causes of infertility in female dogs. CAT & FAST CAT Knowing more about fertility concerns in dogs can help breeders use best practice methods for.
While these are human studies, the effects of insulin, cortisol, and hormones would be the same for canines. Dogs are carnivores and have no nutritional need for carbohydrates. Therefore, one might infer that carbohydrates in the diet for dogs would affect their fertility even more than humans.
Fats. The brain, pituitary gland, and gonads are all vital to reproduction; this yields multiple potential approaches for temporary or permanent infertility in male and female cats and dogs. In some cases, mammalian physiology makes it possible for a single approach to effectively suppress fertility across multiple species, dogs and cats included.
Infertility can be treated by administration of hormones that act directly on the ovaries or regulate their functions, or act to help maintain pregnancy. Hormonal treatment can also work on male dogs with low sperm counts or poor libido.
On the other hand, hormonal treatment can also be used for prevention of pregnancy after undesired mating. No authors named () Fertility and infertility in dogs, cats and other carnivores.
Proceedings of the 2nd International symposium on canine and feline reproduction. Liege, Belgium, August J Reprod Fertil Su PubMed. Swanson, ), and life birth after IVF of frozen/thawed cat oocytes (Pope et al., b) might be acknowledged as the most recent suc-cess in feline species, indicating the great potential of in vitro embryo production and oocytes preservation for conservation breeding.
In other carnivores, the development of ART was rather linked. or financial reasons. Infertility in dogs and cats can be due to wrong breeding management, uterine disease, ovarian disease, failure of the male to achieve a complete mount, or poor semen quality.
From a practical standpoint, fertility means achieving conception, then establishing a pregnancy through implantation and carrying the pregnancy to.
Infertility is a term used to describe the inability to procreate or produce offspring. In cats, infertility can affect males and females.
For female cats, fertility is based on the normal operation of the reproductive system, including the production of eggs, release of eggs (ovulation), and proper uterine processes once the egg has been fertilized. Giving birth to a new life is indeed a blessing which almost every woman would wish to have.
How to get pregnant naturally Enjoying the feeling of motherhood and raising a family would surely be a couple’s dream. Infertility in male dogs: recent advances Infertilidade do macho canino: atualidades. Fontbonne Centre d’Etude en Reproduction des Carnivores (CERCA), Alfort Veterinary College, Paris, France.
Corresponding author: [email protected] Abstract Very little is known about male infertility in the dog. Infertility problems tend to loom large in the life of the average veterinary surgeon in practice and this book might have been planned especially to help him.
It is based on the third edition of Fertility and Infertility in Domestic Animals and 26 authors have contributed to this rewriting.
Infertility can be a result of so many causes that, probably, it will never be easy to clear up, but the.(eds.) Fertility and infertility in dogs cats and other carnivores.
Journal of Reproduction and Fertilitysuppl 5. Verstegen J, Onclin K, Potvin N. Morbidity and mortality in neonate kittens: an epidemiological study in Belgium. Proceedings of the Third International Symposium on Reproduction of Dogs, Cats and Exotic Carnivores.Complications (general, behavioural or pathological) are rarely observed in cats, contrary to other species, including dogs.
The presence or absence of testes in a male without testes in the scrotum can be assessed by the presence of the penile spines, which totally disappear if the male has been castrated.