[YOUTUBE] Breeding Labrador Retrievers : What You Need To Know (2018)

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When it comes to canine reproduction, Labradors are often described as an “easy breed”…

However, if you breed Labs, it does not mean you will never face any challenge here.

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[BLOG] Toxic Milk Syndrome : What You Need to Know (2018)

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The moment I picked the phone, I knew something was wrong.  

I could clearly hear it in my client’s voice… She was panicking…  

A week before, her bitch had given birth to a litter of 6 puppies.  

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[YOUTUBE] Newborn Puppies : What You Need To Know (2018)

2018 Neonatology

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Neonatology is the period that goes from birth to weaning.

In canines, it has always been a bit of a great area of veterinary medicine.

Things however did change in 2016.

New research, new data became then available that really changed how we now approach this discipline.

In this recorded webinar you can watch below, we will discuss all those new advances that really give us a bright new look in this field.

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2018 Neonatology FR

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La néonatologie est la période qui va de la naissance au sevrage.

Et en médecine vétérinaire, c’est là un domaine qui a toujours été un peu une « zone grise ».

Les choses ont toutefois changé en 2016.

De nouvelles recherches, de nouvelles données parues alors ont vraiment changé l’approche que nous avons actuellement dans cette discipline.

Dans ce webinar que vous pouvez visionner ci-dessous, nous discuterons de toutes ces nouvelles avancées qui ont vraiment changé la donne dans ce domaine.

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2018 Neonatology ES

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Neonatología es el período que va desde el nacimiento hasta el destete.

En los caninos, siempre ha sido una área gris de la medicina veterinaria. S

in embargo, las cosas cambiaron en 2016.

Nueva investigación, nuevos datos se volvieron disponibles y realmente cambiaron la forma en que abordamos esta disciplina.

En este seminario web por debajo (en inglés), discutiremos todos los nuevos avances que realmente nos dan un nuevo y brillante aspecto en este campo.

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[BLOG] Back to the Future : Reviewing my Minutes from the 2012 ISCFR – Part II (2018)

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Back in 2012, I wrote the following :

«  New genetic tools are available and their role in optimizing reproductive performances was emphasized during the conference ( the 2012 ISCFR – see my previous blog).

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[BLOG] Still fertile for weeks… after castration ?!?! (2018)

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Last week, I was – once again – browsing on Facebook, when I stumbled upon the following question :

How long does a male cat remain fertile after castration ?

And immediately, I had a flash-back moment.

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[YOUTUBE] Genetics in Labrador Retrievers

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[BLOG] Canine Infertility : Remember This !

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I received an interesting question on infertility in canines today… which made me realized that I did not have a blog specifically on this. How come ? As a repro specialist, I had to do something. So here it is !

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[BLOG] Remember this when it comes to calcium and growing puppies !

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Every day, around forty nutrients should be provided in the dogs’ food. There should be enough of each nutrient [more than a minimum threshold] for the body to work at its best. However, is it beneficial to the health to have too much of any one nutrient? This is far from being certain, particularly considering that ALL nutrients are potentially toxic over a certain maximum limit which is specific to each one.

It is therefore unnecessary and even dangerous to add mineral and/or vitamin supplements if growing dogs are fed with a balanced commercial food.

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[BLOG] What You Don’t Know About Parvo

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Let’s imagine a hypothetical situation:

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