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Dr. Robert Van Hutchison

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Co-Director

Phone: (440) ***-****  HQ Phone
Animal Clinic Northview Inc
36400 Center Ridge Road
North Ridgeville, Ohio 44039
United States

Company Description: Animal Clinic Northview is a well-established, full-service, small animal veterinary hospital providing comprehensive medical, surgical and dental care. From its...   more
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Director
    International Canine Semen Bank of Ohio

Education

  • DVM Seminar
  • DVM
    the Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine
37 Total References
Web References
Papillon Club of America
www.papillonclub.org, 5 Mar 2014 [cached]
Review of Dr. Robert Van Hutchison, DVM Seminar Papillon Club of America
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Review of Dr. Robert Van Hutchison, DVM Seminar Held May 4th, 2005 at the Papillon Club of America National Specialty
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If you were able to attend you can attest to the awesome educational experience of learning all the valuable reproductive information Dr Robert Van Hutchison, DVM shared with us in his Canine Reproduction and Infertility Seminar set up for us by Dr Stanley Sohn, DVM our then Member Education Chairperson.
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Dr Hutchison is a handsome, athletic-looking, middle-aged gentleman who kept us laughing with his great sense of humor, as we were intensely soaking up all useful information he presented to us. Dr Hutchison received his DVM in 1972 from the Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine. He is currently co-director of the Animal Clinic Northview, Inc., a 10-doctor practice located in North Ridgeville, Ohio. Dr. Hutchison is internationally recognized for work with canine frozen semen and canine reproduction. He is an off-quarter advisor at six veterinary colleges for students interested in small animal theriogenology. Dr. Hutchison has authorized numerous articles on canine reproduction in various breed journals and magazines, has appeared on television, and has lectured internationally on reproduction, whelping, pediatrics, and canine/feline infertility.
The seminar was an all-day one, and the bargain of the century at just a $40. donation to Papillon Club of America. Normally, attendance at one of Dr. Hutchison's seminars will cost around $100.-$150. Although even at the full-cost price, it's a seminar I would most highly recommend for any serious breeder.
The seminar lasted all day, and my only regret was that we couldn't have Dr. Hutchison for a second day as the attendee's were full of good questions and Dr. Hutchison indulged us with freely taking questions and then answers and pursuing discussions. Of course, we managed to cause him to get behind in the normal agenda he had prepared to present to us.
Even if you don't utilize artificial insemination methods in your breeding program, Dr Hutchison covered so many other important areas in breeding as well, including: causes of infertility, physiology of the male (which included discussion on undesended testicles, prostatic hyperplasia, prostate cancer, semen collection, sperm motility, etc.), physiology of the bitch (normal and abnormal cycles, breeding timing, hormones, pyometritis, etc. etc.), insemination techniques, sperm collection, estrus postponement, estrus induction, c-section, pregnancy diagnosis, neonatal fatality, stages of labor, etc. etc. etc..
I asked Dr. Hutchison if he had printed a book yet which covers all this valuable information since it would help with my slow note-taking and be an invaluable addition to my dog library.
North Texas Irish Wolfhound Club
www.ntiwc.org, 2 Jan 2014 [cached]
Dr. Robert Van Hutchison, DVM
Dr. Hutchison is well known and respected in the show-dog breeding community. A leading expert in canine reproduction, he is recognized internationally for his work with canine frozen semen and reproduction. Co-director of the Animal Clinic Northview and director of the International Canine Semen Bank of Ohio, Dr. Hutchison is associated with the colleges of veterinary medicine at Ohio State University, Virginia Tech, Purdue Tufts University, and Michigan State University. He is the author of numerous important articles on canine reproduction, including Canine Frozen Semen, improving the Odds of Having Healthy Puppies, Treatment of Pyometritis in the Bitch Using Prostaglandin F and Female Reproduction.
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Registration Fee includes a light lunch, coffee and soft drinks, afternoon snack and certificate of completion to those who register in time for Dr. Hutchison to get names ahead of time.
All VIN Consultants
www.vin.com, 13 Oct 2004 [cached]
Robert Van Hutchison
Dr. Robert Van Hutchinson is ...
www.rat-terrier.com, 11 Aug 2007 [cached]
Dr. Robert Van Hutchinson is one of the country's top canine reproduction experts.
Question: I have been told that back to back breedings are actually safe for a bitch. What are your feelings on this and if you agree at what age do you feel the first breeding is best planned?
Dr Hutchinson: I normally suggest the first breeding after 2 years of age because that is when the health clearances are done.
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Dr. Robert Van Hutchinson is one of the country's top canine reproduction experts.
Question: I have been told that back to back breedings are actually safe for a bitch. What are your feelings on this and if you agree at what age do you feel the first breeding is best planned?
Dr Hutchinson: I normally suggest the first breeding after 2 years of age because that is when the health clearances are done.
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Dr. Robert Van Hutchinson is one of the country's top canine reproduction experts.
Question: I have been told that back to back breedings are actually safe for a bitch. What are your feelings on this and if you agree at what age do you feel the first breeding is best planned?
Dr Hutchinson: I normally suggest the first breeding after 2 years of age because that is when the health clearances are done.
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The reasoning behind this is, according to Dr. Hutchinson, because progesterone production in a bitch over six years old is waning."Progesterone's effect on the uterine lining is the reason why bitches six and over have a 33.3 percent less chance of conceiving than bitches under 6 years of age."
Dr. Hutchinson is a Reproduction and Genetics consultant for the Veterinary Information Network (VIN), and is co-director of the Animal Clinic Northview, Inc., in North Ridgeville, Ohio.
He is also the president of the International Canine Semen Bank of Ohio, and advisor for College of Veterinary Medicine students interested in small animal theriogenology from Ohio State University, Virginia Tech, Purdue, Tufts, and Michigan State University.
He is also the author of many articles on canine reproduction in various breed journals and magazines, including "Canine Frozen Semen," "Improving the Odds of Having Healthy Puppies," "Treatment of Pyometritis in the Bitch Using Prostaglandin F - a Hypo-thyroidism," and "Female Reproduction."
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The reasoning behind this is, according to Dr. Hutchinson, because progesterone production in a bitch over six years old is waning."Progesterone's effect on the uterine lining is the reason why bitches six and over have a 33.3 percent less chance of conceiving than bitches under 6 years of age."
Dr. Hutchinson is a Reproduction and Genetics consultant for the Veterinary Information Network (VIN), and is co-director of the Animal Clinic Northview, Inc., in North Ridgeville, Ohio.
He is also the president of the International Canine Semen Bank of Ohio, and advisor for College of Veterinary Medicine students interested in small animal theriogenology from Ohio State University, Virginia Tech, Purdue, Tufts, and Michigan State University.
He is also the author of many articles on canine reproduction in various breed journals and magazines, including "Canine Frozen Semen," "Improving the Odds of Having Healthy Puppies," "Treatment of Pyometritis in the Bitch Using Prostaglandin F - a Hypo-thyroidism," and "Female Reproduction."
I just have to agree with everyone else here on this.This is ONE person, he is not the almighty reproduction god.Nobody knows it all and in this case I think he is mistaken.If you are talking the health of the puppies, then I guess maybe he could have a leg to stand on.....but a mother is involved in the whole thing too and to let her suffer for the sake of making $ on puppies heat after heat, year after year, should be considered abuse because this type of breeding is called a puppymill.
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The reasoning behind this is, according to Dr. Hutchinson, because progesterone production in a bitch over six years old is waning."Progesterone's effect on the uterine lining is the reason why bitches six and over have a 33.3 percent less chance of conceiving than bitches under 6 years of age."
Dr. Hutchinson is a Reproduction and Genetics consultant for the Veterinary Information Network (VIN), and is co-director of the Animal Clinic Northview, Inc., in North Ridgeville, Ohio.
He is also the president of the International Canine Semen Bank of Ohio, and advisor for College of Veterinary Medicine students interested in small animal theriogenology from Ohio State University, Virginia Tech, Purdue, Tufts, and Michigan State University.
He is also the author of many articles on canine reproduction in various breed journals and magazines, including "Canine Frozen Semen," "Improving the Odds of Having Healthy Puppies," "Treatment of Pyometritis in the Bitch Using Prostaglandin F - a Hypo-thyroidism," and "Female Reproduction."
I just have to agree with everyone else here on this.This is ONE person, he is not the almighty reproduction god.Nobody knows it all and in this case I think he is mistaken.If you are talking the health of the puppies, then I guess maybe he could have a leg to stand on.....but a mother is involved in the whole thing too and to let her suffer for the sake of making $ on puppies heat after heat, year after year, should be considered abuse because this type of breeding is called a puppymill.
My big concerns about this gentleman is....
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Dr Hutchinson: I normally suggest the first breeding after 2 years of age because that is when the health clearances are done.
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Dr Hutchinson: I normally suggest the first breeding after 2 years of age because that is when the health clearances are done.
Dr. Robert Van Hutchison, ...
www.lonestarbulldogs.com, 1 Feb 2007 [cached]
Dr. Robert Van Hutchison, DVM is well known and respected in the show-dog breeding community.A leading expert in canine reproduction, he is recognized internationally for his work with canine frozen semen and reproduction.Co-director of the Animal Clinic Northview and director of the International Canine Semen Bank of Ohio, Dr. Hutchison is associated with the colleges of veterinary medicine at Ohio State University, Virginia Tech, Purdue, Tufts University, and Michigan State University.He is the author of numerous important articles on canine reproduction, including Canine Frozen Semen, Improving the Odds of Having Healthy Puppies, Treatment of Pyometritis in the Bitch Using Prostaglandin F and Female Reproduction.
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