When considering your male to be a sire, it is essential to consider the requirements. By following the necessary precautions, you enable the potential offspring to fulfil the purpose of their little lives, free of harm and danger.
One such example of this is the significance of sperm testing your dog. Unsurprisingly, many people are not familiar with this requirement when breeding dogs.
Sperm testing enables you to produce a certificate of quality to potential mating partners. This can eliminate the need for any financial reconciliation if, for example, the female does not become pregnant. Furthermore, it reduces the risk of low-quality sperm entering the cervix and facilitating problematic offspring.
At Canine Scanning, we can offer a full written report (containing advice to improve the sperm quality) certificate, and video evidence of the sperm quality. Moreover, all our male stud dogs conduct regular sperm tests to ensure the quality and production of sperm is valid. To find out more, please click here.
Another requisite before offering your male stud is to ensure he is of a suitable age. Our recommendations for studs is that they are at least ten months old before sperm testing, and at least 12 months old before becoming a regular stud dog. We can perform sperm tests at our clinic for just forty-pounds.
It would be best if you got in touch with us as soon as possible to secure your place in our database.