Fertility Clinic

We offer a caring service that sets the highest standard in the industry.

We operate the finest and most professional dog fertility clinic in Chester. Our top priority is the safety and comfort of your dog. Our love for dogs is at the core of everything we do, and we always prioritise your dog's needs.

Ultrasound Scanning

No appointments needed, we are open 7 days a week till late.


Fertility Prices

Ultrasound Scanning

Prices from only £40

Progesterone Testing

Prices from only £50

Micro Chipping

Prices from only £10

Artificial Insemination

Prices from only £50

Semen Analysis

Prices from only £40

Amazing Service For You K9 Friends

Superb Equipment

We offer only the best for your dogs, we have a ultrasound scanning machine, we offer artificial insemination & semen analysis.

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Fertility FAQs

Determining the optimal time for breeding, or the fertile period, in a female dog can be done through various methods. Vaginal cytology, hormone level monitoring, and observing behavioural signs such as vulva swelling and changes in behaviour can all help indicate when the female is most receptive to mating. Consulting with a veterinarian or a specialised dog fertility clinic can provide valuable guidance in determining the ideal time for successful breeding.

Artificial insemination is a technique used to facilitate breeding when natural mating is not possible or preferred. It offers several benefits, including the ability to use semen from a male dog located in a different location, the option to preserve and utilize frozen semen over time, and minimizing the risk of injury or transmission of diseases during mating. AI allows breeders to expand their choices of suitable mates, maintain genetic diversity, and overcome logistical challenges that may arise during the breeding process.

Breeding dogs should always be done with the utmost care for the health and well-being of both the male and female. It is crucial to ensure that both dogs are in good overall health, up to date on vaccinations, and have been screened for any hereditary or genetic conditions that may affect their offspring. Regular veterinary check-ups, pre-breeding health examinations, and genetic testing can help identify potential risks and ensure that the breeding process is carried out responsibly. Additionally, providing a proper diet, exercise, and a stress-free environment for the dogs during the breeding period is important to support successful reproduction.