VETERINARY REPRODUCTION SPECIALISTS
Worldwide consultation, fertility diagnosis and treatment, breeding services
including semen cryopreservation and embryo transfer, USDA-approved
import/export quarantine facility, custom laboratory / breeding facility design, and semi-private training courses.
Semen available from over 400
(Some is export-qualified)
Unique money-back fertility guarantee
on our semen freezing work.
AKC-approved collection facility
PAUL E. MENNICK DVM
* Please note:
"Thanks" to the devastating floods in Australia, Dr.
Mennick is back in California for the season; returning to a new
position "down under" in August. His employer lost many horses to
drowning, staff were plucked from houses by helicopter after a night
on the roof in heavy thunderstorms flicking snakes back into the
torrent with coiled shirts,
and power was out for eight days with 27 horses to treat, no phone or
internet service, and no access to fresh supplies due to flooded and
washed out rounds all around. While a few horses had to be sent to
the University for intensive care as soon as roads opened, every
single horse that treatment was started on has survived. With major
repairs to infrastructure required on top of the horse losses, Dr.
Mennick is starting a new position for the upcoming southern
hemisphere season. Therefore, all reproductive work and semen
shipping from California will be undertaken by Dr. Mennick through
early August, and Dr. Shore will resume her very capable care again at
If you are interested in leasing PIG facilities, including a 2BR, 2BA ranch home, trailer, laboratory, 100 ton hay barn, irrigated pasture, stallion & foaling barn with grass paddocks, hydraulic cattle chute, tractor and equipment, please contact Dr. Mennick by email. The facility well suits either a horse / cattle breeding operation, or veterinary practice.
Any colleague considering a veterinary position in Australia or New Zealand is
welcome to contact me for a lot of helpful advice, tips, and suggestions with
everything from airfares, luggage and Customs tips, obtaining visas and veterinary
licenses, to employment contracts and pitfalls, recommended (and not so recommended) positions, job search resources, differences in medication, racetrack
rules, costs of living, and all the subtle nuances of living and practicing in another
country. Spanning 25 years, I have 6 seasons experience in the two countries; some
on short-stay, business visas, some on long-term, employment-sponsored visas, some
as resident veterinarians for large breeding farms, some as associates in a practice.
All discussions are in strict professional confidence, and I will ask you to prove your
professional identity. My past experience should be immensely helpful, and I am
currently working full time in Australia. Visitors welcome! Contact me at