At Newport Harbor Animal Hospital, our reproductive team understands the commitment involved in helping facilitate a dog pregnancy for your beloved canine companion. We have very specific standards for assisted canine reproduction and only work with breeders exhibiting quality breeding practices. Our services include:. In this modern era, technological and scientific advances in reproductive medicine have resulted in the ability for a dog pregnancy to occur through the use of artificial insemination, as well as other assisted methods. Typically these methods of breeding are utilized by professional dog breeders, however our services are available to any dog owner who wants to keep their dog's bloodline going and has been unable to do so naturally.
We have the experience, the technology and the resources to provide the best possible medical care for your pet. Animal Clinic Northview is highly skilled in handling fresh, fresh chilled, and frozen semen. Once semen is collected, we choose the most appropriate route of artificial insemination based on the reproductive health of the female and the male dog. We offer domestic and international shipment of semen, and we are familiar with the regulations and requirements necessary for successful deliveries. Our reproduction department understands the complexities of veterinary reproductive health.
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The production of high quality livestock and livestock products depends largely on the type of animals, management practices and environment. The North West region of Cameroon is located at to m above sea level and is suitable for cattle farming as the climatic conditions are fair, the annual rainfall of mm is regular and the region is not tsetse fly infested. Farmers were interested in producing milk and dairy products and therefore Heifer International initiated a project in the s to increase milk production in the area. During the start-up phase of the project, Holstein and Jersey bulls were used for mating with the local breeds and farmers agreed to return the first-born calves to Heifer International for further distribution to other farmers.
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