After five years working internationally alongside the world’s best in the USA and NZ, Registered Specialist in Animal Reproduction Dr Jasmin Hyatt returned home in 2018 to bring her knowledge, skills and expertise to New South Wales. A purpose-designed premises was established in Orange, NSW in 2019 to provide specialist canine breeding services including transcervical insemination (TCI) and semen freezing & storage. Regularly contacted by referring veterinarians, VRC’s remote and in-person specialist consultation services guarantee accessibility of proven valuable & expert advice.
Dr Jasmin Hyatt
BVSc (hons) DiplomateACT MANZCVS (Reproduction)
Registered Specialist in Animal Reproduction (Theriogenology)
Director & Specialist Veterinarian
Dr Jasmin Hyatt graduated from the University of Sydney with a Bachelor of Veterinary Science (first class honours) in 2012. After two years in mixed animal practice in New South Wales and New Zealand Jasmin turned her focus to theriogenology (animal reproduction). She completed a comparative theriogenology residency training program (canine, feline, equine, bovine) at Matamata Veterinary Services through the American College of Theriogenologists. During her residency she was mentored by numerous world-class theriogenologists from New Zealand, Europe and the United States and in 2015 & 2016 Jasmin spent two seasons working in the USA with the theriogenology departments of Louisiana and North Carolina State University Veterinary Schools.
Jasmin became a Diplomate of the American College of Theriogenologists & Associate Member of the Australian & New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists in 2017 and is now a Registered Specialist in Animal Reproduction. She is the Secretary for the Reproduction Chapter in the ANZCVS.
Dr Hyatt is a frequent contributor to the Sydney University Alumni magazine, discussing topics ranging from prepubertal neutering and controlling estrus in small animals to equine ovarian disorders and hormone testing for disease diagnosis. In 2017 Jasmin was awarded the George Osborne Memorial Award by the Australian Cattle Veterinarians for her presentation of a two year study she conducted in New Zealand which was subsequently published in the peer reviewed journal Clinical Theriogenology.
Jasmin has a male border collie named Flash and two feline pals named Boots and Watson, as well as human partner, Campbell!
"It's very exciting to have someone with Jasmin’s experience, knowledge and communication skills in this very specialised area."