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Fiona and Victoria head to Sydney University

April 12, 2012

Fiona and Victoria are heading to Sydney University in May to collect and freeze semen from a number of working dogs for 3 days in May (22nd, 23rd and 24th May, 2012). They also have a few appointments left for any clients that wish to freeze and import semen from stud dog(s) located in New South Wales.

All collections will be carried out at The University of Sydney Veterinary Teaching Hospital which is conveniently located in central city Sydney: http://sydney.edu.au/vetscience/veterinary_services/sydney/about_us/how.shtml

Semen will be frozen by Fiona using the same state of the art techniques and extenders that are used at GlenBred in NZ.
GlenBred will handle the entire importation process for you – taking away all the hassle. This also means the semen will arrive in NZ very soon after collection. The cost of shipping will be significantly reduced by sharing costs with other semen owners also sharing the tank.

All appointments need to be made by contacting Kristie kristie@matavet.co.nz or Lynne lynne@matavet.co.nz on 07 888 8197. We will organise everything else for you including the appointment time at the University.

Fiona is also heading over to Sydney in August this year to lecture to Sydney University students in a similar format to last year. Fiona is an adjunct senior lecturer and consultant at the University of Sydney Veterinary faculty.