...the largest Society for Small Animal Reproduction in Europe and brings together veterinary scientists and practitioners. EVSSAR is ISO 9001 certified and aims to support continuing education of veterinary students and veterinarians, support research and to provide help and resources related to dog, cat and other small animals reproduction. If you are interested in Small Animal Reproduction you are invited to become a member!
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FECAVA, FVE Position Paper on breeding healthy dogs: the effect of selective breeding on the health and welfare of dogs
EVSSAR, the largest Veterinary Society on small animal reproduction, plays a leading role in highlighting the impact of extreme breeding in dogs. Therefore, our Society, an associate member of FECAVA, supports the Position Paper launched in June 2018 by FVE/FECAVA on healthy Breeding!
EVSSAR course in small animal reproduction, Part 2
Τhe 2nd EVSSAR course "Small Animal Reproduction II", will take place at Hanover, Germany, 1-5 October 2018. This is an advanced course, for qualified veterinarians interested in reproduction, and not for nurses or breeders.
The preliminary program can be found here
For registration prices and more details please click here
Registration is open!!!
21st EVSSAR Congress
Dear EVSSAR Member, Dear Colleague
We have the great pleasure to announce that the 21st EVSSAR congress will be held in the beautiful city of Venice (Italy) at the 22nd and 23rd of June 2018!
Here you can find the final program of the congress!
For further details please visit the web-page of the congress, which is updated on a regular basis.
XIV International Congress
13-14 October 2018, Department of Reproduction and Clinic of Farm Animals, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Wroclaw University of Environmental and Life Sciences, Congress Hall, pl. Grunwaldzki 24.
The program can be seen here!
Reproduction in Domestic Animals Journal On-line!
EVSSAR members have full on-line access to all the Issues the Journal of Reproduction that are published from January 2018!
Please visit the restricted area of the Library!
A New selection of papers (June 2018) is available for EVSSAR members in the Library
- Mammary physiology and pathology
- Biotechnology and Assisted Reproduction
Internship on small animal reproduction
A one-year internship orientated on small animals reproduction is
now open at the Veterinary Teaching Hospital of the Veterinary Faculty -
University of Liège- Belgium. More details can be found here.
For additional information please contact Prof. Stefan Deleuze
Proceedings of the 20th EVSSAR Congress
Proceedings of the 20th EVSSAR Congress (Vienna, Austria, 2017) have been uploaded in the Library section.
EVSSAR Course: Reproduction in companion animals Part I, 2017 "Physiology and pathology in females and artificial insemination"
Τhe EVSSAR course 1 "Physiology and pathology in females and artificial insemination", was successfully held at Wroclaw (Poland) from 9th to 13th of October 2017. 32 participants from 14 different countries! Mexico, Thailand, Finland, Bulgaria to name a few! Congratulations to the course master Prof. W. Nijanski and his team for their excellent work!
The program can be seen here.
EVSSAR Research Grants
We are happy to announce another call for applications for EVSSAR Research Grants!
The grants are open to all EVSSAR members (minimum membership is one year, except board members and their affiliates). Only one grant in 3 years is possible! Application deadline: October 31th 2017.
Vaginal smear project
Please visit the members' area of the library for an update!
Ovulation timing – a survey among experts
In another project small animal repro experts were asked how they do timing of ovulation in bitches. Here you can see the answers!
Thank you all for participation!
Hosting an EVSSAR Congress - Call for Expression of Interest
Delegates that wish to organize and host an EVSSAR congress in 2022, are kindly welcomed to apply for it, and express their interest using this form .
All applications should be send to George Mantziaras (firstname.lastname@example.org) and they will be evaluated by the Board.