Where to Get Published to Become a Key Person of Influence in Canine Reproduction

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Crystal Nolen, Founder of TherioDigital


As a canine reproduction specialist, sharing your knowledge and expertise with the world is not only a noble endeavor but also an essential one. Publishing your findings and insights can advance the field and help fellow specialists and dog breeders make informed decisions. In this blog post, we’ll explore various avenues and opportunities for canine reproduction specialists to get published, to contribute to the growth of the field, and to become known as a trusted advisor by dog breeders and colleagues.

  1. Scientific Journals:
    One of the most respected and traditional routes for publication is through scientific journals. Seek out journals specializing in veterinary medicine, animal reproduction, or canine health. Your research findings and case studies can find a home in these respected publications.

  2. Specialized Magazines:
    There are specialized magazines and periodicals that focus on dogs and animal breeding. These publications often welcome articles and essays from experts in canine reproduction. Sharing your insights in these magazines can reach a dedicated audience of breeders and dog enthusiasts. Whether it’s about the latest breeding techniques or the management of reproductive disorders, your expertise can be valuable in these publications. Here are some examples of the many canine magazines whose readers may be interested in articles from Theriogenologists:

      • The Canine Chronicle
      • Showsight Magazine
      • Retriever Journal
      • Breed club newsletters
  3. Start Your Own Blog
    Numerous online platforms allow you to post your own blog. This can be hosted on a site like wordpress.com or tumbler.com or it can be part of your own website, which can also serve as marketing and a landing page for your business and sell any products you may want to sell.
  4. Veterinary Association Publications:
    Veterinary associations often publish newsletters and magazines that are distributed to their members. Contributing articles to these publications can help you reach a targeted audience of fellow veterinarians and specialists.

  5. Academic Conferences:
    Presenting your research and findings at academic conferences is a valuable way to gain recognition and contribute to your field. Conference proceedings are sometimes published, allowing your work to be disseminated even further.

  6. Books and E-books:
    Consider writing a book or e-book on a specific aspect of canine reproduction. This format allows you to provide in-depth knowledge on a particular topic, serving as a valuable resource for dog breeders, veterinarians, and students.

  7. Collaboration with Researchers:
    Collaborating with researchers and academics in related fields can lead to co-authored research papers. Collaborative work can often find its way into respected journals and academic publications.
  8. Blogs and Websites:
    Maintaining your own blog or website is another way to publish your work and insights. Sharing case studies, articles, and practical advice can help you build an online presence and engage with a wider audience.
  9. Social Media and Online Communities:
    Don’t underestimate the power of social media and online communities. Sharing your knowledge through platforms like LinkedIn, Twitter, or specialized forums can help you connect with peers and disseminate your expertise.


Getting published as a canine reproduction specialist offers you a platform to share your knowledge, advance the field, and make a significant impact. The avenues for publication are diverse, from traditional scientific journals to online communities and social media. Embrace these opportunities to contribute to the welfare of dogs and the growth of your profession. Your insights and research can shape the future of canine reproduction and improve the lives of our canine companions.