Offering Dog Breeding Services in Westfield, IN

At Coyne Veterinary Center in Westfield, we offer various reproductive services to assist area dog breeders and help their animals stay healthy. Dog breeding is a time-consuming, often stressful, and expensive occupation that does not always yield successful results for those involved. Because of this and because we care about the health of your dogs, we encourage you to reach out to us for guidance and support. Whether you need a pregnancy check or an emergency C-section for one of your dogs, our hospital has the resources to help.

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Visit our hospital or call (555) 555-5555
for more information.

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What Our Pet Breeding Services Include

Dog breeding is a meticulous process and requires lots of time and effort for the breeder and their animals. At Coyne, we support licensed breeders with the following services:

  • Pre-breeding exams to evaluate the health of the male(s) and female(s)
  • Ultrasound for diagnosing pregnancies
  • Testing progesterone levels in females
  • Artificial insemination
  • C-sections
  • Ovulation timing
  • Semen evaluations
  • Semen collection and storage
  • Litter exams
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Why Female Dogs Need Progesterone Testing

Timing plays a critical role in breeding dogs successfully. Experienced, licensed breeders are highly knowledgeable about breeding their animals at the proper time. For female dogs that will be impregnated by artificial insemination (AI), this is especially important, since AI does not have as high of a success rate as natural mating does.

With progesterone testing, the main goal is to evaluate the female’s progesterone levels to see when she will begin to ovulate. Having this information helps breeders plan out a breeding schedule. Once the female’s progesterone production reaches a certain level, she is ready for breeding.

petting dog outside

Why Female Dogs Need Progesterone Testing

Timing plays a critical role in breeding dogs successfully. Experienced, licensed breeders are highly knowledgeable about breeding their animals at the proper time. For female dogs that will be impregnated by artificial insemination (AI), this is especially important, since AI does not have as high of a success rate as natural mating does.

With progesterone testing, the main goal is to evaluate the female’s progesterone levels to see when she will begin to ovulate. Having this information helps breeders plan out a breeding schedule. Once the female’s progesterone production reaches a certain level, she is ready for breeding.

Reach Out to Us for Your Dog Breeding Needs

We’re here for you throughout the week to answer any questions you have and provide essential reproductive services for your breeding animals and their litters. Call (555) 555-5555 to speak with our team or visit us in person if there’s anything you need!