K9 Fertility Clinic near Cannock
Trusted Vets formally Tudor House is one of Midland’s only k9 fertility clinics, run by a team of vets and vet nurses as well as some of the UK’s most experienced reproduction experts.
For any reproduction services please call the reproduction team on 07538 887877
Progesterone testing near Cannock
Progesterone testing for ovulation is by far one of the best and safest methods to detect your female’s perfect mating day.
Not only does this give you a higher chance of a positive pregnancy but it also helps to improve litter size.
Our AIA 360 Progesterone machine is one of the market leaders in this field giving you your results in just 30 minutes.
Remember taking blood from an animal must only be performed by a vet or veterinary nurse under a vet’s supervision
Reverse Progesterone Testing for Whelping
Unfortunately from time to time breeders can’t always be 100% sure on what day of pregnancy their female may be on and more importantly if their female decides to whelp earlier than expected.
Not only does this cause many watchful sleepless nights but it also causes many problems when a planned C-section needs to be booked.
All C-sections booked at Trusted Vets will receive a reverse progesterone test before the surgery.
Canine Artificial Insemination near Cannock
With the risk of infection and unwanted viruses’ natural matings are becoming a thing of the past.
Access to high-quality genetics by shipping freshly chilled or frozen semen from a distant stud dog.
Allows breeders to facilitate breeding that could not happen through natural means.
Artificial insemination is especially useful within the bulldog breeds, some females may have ‘Welling’ which means a pocket of blood is sat within the tract causing an unlikely positive pregnancy result. This ‘Well’ is easily drained during the artificial insemination process and usually, a course of antibiotics to take home would suffice.
Canine Pregnancy Scanning near Cannock
Trusted Vets offers Ultrasound pregnancy scanning/Pregnancy confirmation using only the market-leading ultra-sound equipment. This is a non-invasive procedure and, in most cases, doesn’t require the animal to be clipped or shaved nor does it require an anaesthetic.
It is advisable to scan between days 28 and 35 from the last day of mating for reliable pregnancy detection results. Ultrasound scanning also gives us the opportunity to detect other issues such as foetal reabsorption and pyometra.
Canine Sperm Testing near Cannock
There are many reasons why a successful mating may not occur and one of the reasons may be down to the stud dog’s semen.
Here at Trusted Vets, we aim to inform breeders of the quality, quantity and mobility of their stud dog’s semen.
Semen analysis is done using specialist equipment at our premises, we can determine if there are any visible problems with the semen such as poor mobility or physical defects.
If the sperm is found to be of good quality but lacking in suitable mobility an extender can be used to boost the sperm and achieve the desired result.
Canine Sperm Chilling and Shipping
Trusted Vets formally Tudor House Vets has become one of the most popular choices for the sending and receiving of Chilled semen around the globe.
With our expert knowledge and experience with Chilling services, we can talk breeders through the whole process.
Our services include collection, testing, chilling and dispatch worldwide.
Canine Fertility Clinic FAQs
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What our Canine Fertility team can help you with at Trusted Vets
Many people find it complicated to breed dogs; Trusted Vets K9 Fertility team offers proven ways to address a wide range of dog fertility/breeding concerns. Our comprehensive services include ovulation testing, cytology, progesterone testing, sperm testing and analysis, artificial insemination, dog semen freezing and receiving, and various other essential breeding services.
Some of these concerns and reasons why the attempt to breed your dog may fail to be successful include.
• Not knowing when your bitch/female is ovulating and the optimal time for ovulation.
• A lack of mobility of sperm in the stud dog and a small probability of pregnancy in some breeds.
Here at Trusted Vets, we offer tried and tested methods to successfully address several dog breeding difficulties, including cytology, ovulation, and progesterone testing to determine the ideal timing for ovulation. This is done to determine the best period for artificial insemination or breeding.
We also provide sperm testing for quality and mobility, sperm boosters, artificial insemination, and dog sperm chilling and receiving.
How Canine fertility treatment starts
Trusted Vets Fertility treatment works through a variety of treatments, including ovulation testing, progesterone testing, cytology, sperm analysis, and ultrasounds. These services aid in determining the optimal time for Artificial Insemination or breeding.
A small blood sample is drawn from the bitch’s arm or urinal lining using a swab. We recommend beginning this around day seven of the season when the female begins vulval swelling and bleeding. We can have answers within an hour, and they will tell us which steps to take over the next two to four days, depending on the outcome (when to retest or when to mate).
Contact the Reproduction Services Team at Trusted Vets, near Cannock at 07538 887 877