Using Vaginal Cytology to Time Breedings and Whelpings
Although vaginal cytology has gone out of favor in some practices, breeders can easily use this time-proven method to help time their breedings, reduce the number of progesterone tests they run, and better predict when their puppies will be born.
In this online class, Gayle Watkins PhD will teach you how to do and use vaginal cytology. This online class also gives you access to additional resources and research studies.
This class is included in ABCM Platinum and ABCM Platinum Plus Memberships.
Online Class FAQ
HOW DO I ENROLL?
Simply click “ADD TO CART” from the product page and then VIEW CART. If you are a returning customer or student, login now. If not, enter your contact and payment information. Once your payment is complete, you are enrolled! Check your inbox (or spam folder) for login information.
CAN I TAKE THE ONLINE CLASSES USING MY MOBILE DEVICE?
Yes, our classes are formatted for all devices, although the videos are probably easiest to see on a larger screen, like a tablet or computer.
DO I NEED HIGH-SPEED INTERNET TO PARTICIPATE IN THE CLASSES?
Classes consist of videos and documents. Internet speeds that allow you to stream videos are ideal.
HOW LONG IS THE CLASS INFORMATION ACCESSIBLE?
You will have access to the class information for 12 months from purchase.
WHICH PAYMENT METHODS DO YOU ACCEPT?
We support payments from PayPal, Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American Express, Diner’s Club, and Apple Pay.
HOW DO I ACCESS MY CLASS?
Check your email for your class login information. Then log in at courses.avidog.com to view your student dashboard. Once in the dashboard, scroll down to find the class link. Click on the link and it will take you to the class page.
CAN I SHARE MY CLASS?
No, classes are individual although we encourage you to recommend them to your friends or even gift them to them using our gift certificates or vouchers.
There are no refunds on online classes except for Puppy Potty Training Solution, which has a 90-day guarantee. Please read the class description and details closely.