Birth control and reproduction

Delivering reproduction control – CNR and alternatives

Author: Presentation by Hiby E.
Source: www.fao.org
Document:  Elly_Hiby_CNR_and_alternatives

5th International Symposium on Non-Surgical Methods of Pet Population Control – Proceedings

Author: Alliance for contraception in cats and dogs (ACCD), 2013.
Source: ACCD website
Document: http://www.acc-d.org/resource-library/symposia/5th-symposium

Evaluating the benefits and risks of neutering dogs and cats

Author: McKenzie B.
Source: CAB Reviews: Perspectives in Agriculture, Veterinary Science, Nutrition and Natural Resources, 2010, Vol. 5, No. 045
Document: PAV045web

WSPA Non-surgical methods for controlling the reproduction of dogs and cats

Author: World Animal Protection (former WSPA)
Source: www.worldanimalprotection.org
Document: Non-surgical methods for controlling the reproduction of dogs and cats (1)

Contraception and Fertility Control in Dogs and Cats

Author: Alliance for Contraception in Cats & Dogs (ACCD), 2013.
Source: ACCD website
Document: accd-e-book

The Association of Shelter Veterinarians veterinary medical care guidelines for spay-neuter programs

Author: Association of Shelter Veterinarians’ Spay-Neuter Task Force
Source: Journal of Amerian Veterinary Medical Association, 2008, Vol. 233, Issue 1, pp. 74-86.
Document: VTFASN_JAVMA_Guidelines

Early Spay and Castration

Author: AAFP
Source: catvets.com
Document: early spay and castration AAFP position statement

The Association of Shelter Veterinarians veterinary medical care guidelines for spay and neuter programes

Authors: Association of Shelter Veterinarians’ Spay-Neuter Task Forc

Source: sheltervet.org
Document: The Association of Shelter Veterinarians veterinary medical care guidelines

 

Special Issue: Non-surgical Feline Fertility Control

Authors: Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery (JFMS)

Source: JFMS
Document: Non-surgical Feline Fertility Control
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