Graduates of the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) programme who amongst other courses had been trained in the area of Veterinary Gynecology, Obstetrics, Andrology and Artificial Insemination are readily employed in the Veterinary Division of Federal, State and Local government public services where they are needed for veterinary clinical services, food animal production, pet care, and animal disease control and eradication programmes. They are also readily employed in livestock and poultry farms, Universities, Colleges of Agriculture, Research Institutes, the Police, Army, Immigrations, Zoos and Wild Life Reserves etc. A significant proportion of veterinary graduates go into private practice which has formed a strong anchorage for pet care and small-scale animal production. Higher degree graduates of the Department of Veterinary Obstetrics and Reproductive Diseases render specialized animal reproduction services in breeding farms, zoos and games reserves. They are also involved in research and training in areas of reproduction in universities, research institutes and veterinary divisions of other allied establishments.