Small animal reproductive techniques have become quite advanced in recent years. Techniques described in this paper include transcervical catheterization for the purpose of insemination and intrauterine diagnostics (e.g., cytology, culture, and/or biopsy), and semen cryopreservation that allows international shipping of valuable semen and preservation of reproductive capacity. The use of uterine and fetal monitoring devices that enable intervention and mediation of dystocia is also described.

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