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Flying with Pets

Many of you may be flying this summer with your pets. Many pet owners wonder whether they pick up their pet at the international airport or only at their final destination. Since pets are generally transported as baggage, they go through the same procedures as baggage. If a pet does not require quarantine at the port of entry, then an international traveler would pick up both luggage and the pet at international baggage claim.

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Canine Progesterone Testing

Canine progesterone testing is a crucial part of cycle management.  Measuring the progesterone curve allows us to more accurately determine the most optimal time for breeding, and therefore increase conception rates.  While older data tells us that we need to breed when the progesterone reaches a certain number, we now know that every dog is going to have a different progesterone curve unique to that individual.  The accurate interpretation of this curve is crucial, and when done in conjunction with vaginal cytology and

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Canine Semen

Canine semen collection and evaluation is an easily performed test that provides important information for any stud dog.  We recommend semen testing any new stud dog intended to be used for breeding, or when an established stud dog is having a decreased conception rate.  The semen is evaluated for total sperm numbers, total motility and progressive motility.  A morphology is always performed to evaluate the structure of the sperm, as many sperm abnormalities will have an impact on fertility.

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Zika and Pets

The United States Center for Disease Control has published information about the Zika Virus and pets.  Some of that information is below and you can follow the link to their website to learn more.

What we know:

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July 4th Pet Safety

Pet safety recommendations from the AVMA for July 4th celebrations:

  • Leave your pets at home when you go to parties, fireworks displays, parades and other gatherings. Loud fireworks, unfamiliar places and crowds can all be very frightening to pets, and there’s great risk of pets becoming spooked and running away.
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