Royal Standard Poodles Education
Royal Standard Poodles Education for Tes Ingebritson in doing her best to be a better breeder for the poodles and you, the customer. I will be adding new educational data to the top of this page as it comes my way.
Kokopelli Assisted Reproductive Services located in Elk Grove, CA provided a great year of education with Wednesday night webinars for breeders with Hump Day Canine Health & Breeding Calendar 2021 below and on their website at this time. This was the first Tes learned of of Dr. Bruce Christianson's webinars and his vet services.
If you're interested in watching any one of the webinars, Dr. Christianson invites you to contact them to purchase any one of the recorded webinars below for a minimum price of $25. To purchase and watch call (916) 683-4029 and ask for any of those recorded below:
- January 20, 2021, Dr. Bruce Christensen: The Biology Behind Bitch Breeding Management - Recorded
- January 27, 2021, Dr. Bruce Christensen: Breeding Strategies - Recorded
- February 3, 2021, Dr. Bruce Christensen: Non-surgical Treatment of Pyometra - Recorded
- February 10, 2021, Dr. Erica Moore: The Lymphoma Spectrum - Recorded
- February 17, 2021, Dr. Bruce Christensen: Preparing for Normal & Abnormal Whelping - Recorded
- February 24, 2021, Dr. Stuart Meyers: Canine Sperm Biology & Analysis (NOT RECORDED)
- March 3, 2021, Dr. Bruce Christensen: Canine C-section: Why? When? How? - Recorded
- March 17, 2021, Dr. Autumn Davidson, Postparturient Problems in the Bitch - Recorded
- March 24, 2021, Dr. Ericka Mendez, Training Puppies for Success (First 8 Weeks) - Recorded
- March 31, 2021, Dr. Carl Pew: International Canine Semen Shipping - Recorded
- April 7, 2021, Dr. Bruce Christensen, Canine Prostate Disease - Recorded
- April 14, 2021, Dr. Joni Freshman, Neonatal Health: The Critical First 3 Weeks - Recorded
- April 21, 2021, Dr. Joseph Wakshlag, Neonatal & Puppy Feeding: Start ‘em Off Right - Recorded
- April 28, 2021, Dr. Peter Walsh, Canine Hip Dysplasia & OFA v. PENN Hip - Recorded
- May 5, 2021, Dr. Joseph Wakshlag, Feeding Raw & Home-Prepared Diets - Recorded
- May 12, 2021, Dr. Stuart Mason, Natural Breeding v. TCI v. Surgical Insemination - Recorded
- May 19, 2021, Dr. Christopher Byers, Diarrhea in Pregnant Bitches & Neonates - Recorded
- May 26, 2021, Dr. Bruce Christensen, To Spay or Not To Spay? And Why? And When? And How? - Recorded
SUMMER BREAK June - August. Will pick up with webinars in the Fall.
Things I have REALLY gotten from Canine education workshops:
- 3/1/14 Webinar on Theriogenology (study of reproduction) Club Symposium: Canine Reproduction - UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine - AKC recommendation - I learn many things from each symposium, as equal as any other. The thing I brought away from this one is the gained knowledge of Semen Freezing Artificial Insemination (AI). I have been freezing Bruno and Daniel's semen the past year, and this helped me grasp the value and extent the technology has come in the years. 2nd most important gain would be REALLY understanding more on the females reproduction cycle, which will help me in the timing of AI with the frozen semen for the girls.
- Jan 2014 USDA workshop by MN Pet Breeders Assc. to cover new Nov. 18, 13 regulations imposed.
- Spring 2012 MN Pet Breeders Assc. seminar: A breeding female is born with a specific number of eggs, no more. When able to breed, they should be allowed to breed as if they don't, it actually wears out their uterus more so then actual pregnancy and possible female disease pyometra which they must be spay to live. I still, will not breed without a good down payment list.
- Spider webs are extremely flammable!
- 2009 U of M Canine Symposium: Canine Renal disease in Boxers is so bad now, it is rare to find lines that do not have this. It is important to feed healthy dog food and watch for this disease.
- 2 days at Ames, IA - Animal Vet University Canine Symposium #1 -> Pat Hastings research on canine structure - ABSOLUTELY phenomenal! Knowing what to look for and breed toward for the future health structure of the poodle. ALTHOUGH understanding chiropractic care technology was not considered and DEFINITELY should be considered by breeders in choosing a litter pup among her recommendations. You are always welcome to talk to me about this.
- At the same workshop 2005? at Ames, IA I did my best to find the specific vet professor who gave the dog food talk at the Iowa State Animal University I attended for two days https://vetmed.iastate.edu/ . She specifically talked about feeding adult dog food to growing puppies to all the breeders in the room as a practice, not puppy marketed brands. They grow so fast and the stable "good quality" adult dry dog food works just fine, not to get taken in by the puppy industry marketing. So, I took what a canine Vet Professor spoke and referenced data to prove her knowledge, and the scientist I work with here in TX knows and talks of. I've been feeding adult dog food to puppies and adults for over 15 years to great success. Some brands will even say "All Age levels" on their packaging. That's why I use only ADULT dog food for my puppies.