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The Australian Reproduction Veterinarians (ARV) provides a link between its members and government bodies, breed societies and the artificial breeding industry.
The ARV has established performance standards and guidelines for member and non-member veterinarians that recognise the specialised procedures involved in embryo collection, handling, cryopreservation and transfer.
ARV have achieved this by testing all areas of commercial embryo transfer to ensure that the public can be confident when engaging the services of an ARV certified veterinary surgeon.
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To join contact the Australian Reproduction Veterinarians office on 07 3422 5302 or at email@example.com. You must be a member of the Australian Veterinary Association to join.
On 9-10 July the Australian Reproduction Veterinarians (ARV), a special interest group of the Australian Veterinary Association (AVA) hosted their group event for 2016.
This year the event comprised of two days of presentations focusing on canine reproduction and microscopes and two social events on the Friday and Saturday nights.
Speakers included Associate Professor Scott Norman, Dr John Watts, Dr Stuart Mason, and Mr Tony Bradshaw who presented exciting and informative seminars covering aspects of canine artificial breeding and best practices for microscopes.
ARV members can now download the ARV 2016 Seminar Proceedings here
On the 14-17 October 2015 ARV hosted the Seminar & Workshop in Muswellbrook for 2015. This year it comprised of a one day seminar program, two day social event, and a two day practical Bovine ET workshop.
Read the full proceedings here...
Australian Reproduction Veterinarians (ARV) released a three-part series of webinars focusing on clinical canine reproduction in conjunction with the ARV 2016 Seminar: Canine Reproduction and Microscopes. You can read about the particular topics each webinar covers in the descriptions below. This series of webinars are available to all AVA members.
ARV Webinars - VetEd library
The third webinar in the series will also soon be available to view in the AVA VetEd library - check back for the direct link.
About the webinars
Clinical Canine Reproduction 1: Getting started
Presenter: Dr Cyril Stephen
As the first in the series of ARV presentations on canine reproduction, viewers can expect to gain a practical understanding of reproductive anatomy and physiology. This will provide a basis for developing technical skills associated with assisted reproductive techniques, and support evidence-based reproductive treatments and management.
Clinical Canine Reproduction 2: Semen collecting and processing, insemination timing and insemination techniques
Presenter: Dr John Watts
Following on from the very successful first webinar in the series, the second in the series will cover semen evaluation, timing of insemination, the dose of sperm, and methods for insemination.
Clinical Canine Reproduction 3: A logical approach to canine infertility workup
Presenter: Dr Natali Krekeler
Providing a logical approach to canine infertility workup: Natalie Krekeler discussed (amongst other things):- Pyometra - medicial management options - the deabte surrounding thyroid function and infertility - vaginal flora and the relevance of vaginal cultures - herpes virus - minimising the losses...
The official newsletter of the Australian Reproduction Veterinarians is released quarterly. New editions are available online for ARV members only.
Members, purchase your ARV Branded Drizabone Vests, R.M. Williams Polos and Caps fitted with LED Lights using this Order Form.
For more information on reproduction go to the Vet Ed library.
Australian Reproduction Veterinarians office
Phone 07 3422 5302
Fax 07 3423 1503