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50 – Stud Dog: Progesterone – 4 Part Series with Sirius Canine Fertility

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Progesterone: Part 1 of 4 on Stud Dog Management

Sirius Canine Fertility

Welcome to the first of four Friday episodes on understanding stud dog management and insemination techniques.

Bridgett Higginbothm, AKC Judge, Bulldog breeder, licensed Vet Tech, and owner of Sirius Canine Fertility (formerly ICSB Grass Valley) and Shannon Stone guest on PureDogTalk and answer many of the common questions about reproductive services.

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6 Comments

  1. Tammy on 04/07/2017 at 9:26 AM

    My bitch tested at 4.9 and was bred with fresh by TCI. Produced 7 puppies. Will her future heat cycles likely be similar? Will be using Serius in the near future. Concerned about price of multiple progesterone testing. What are costs? Thank you!

    • Mary Albee on 04/24/2017 at 11:27 AM

      Hi Tammy
      Suggest you call Brigette at Sirius Canine directly so you get the right answers.
      Mary

  2. Jo Ann Emrick on 06/06/2017 at 9:01 AM

    Excellent detailed discussion on the five W’s of Progesterone testing!
    Thank you!

  3. […] & Taffe, Janice Hayes and the series we did on whelping with Dr. Gayle Watkins and the one on stud dog management are definitely listener favorites. There are a few more coming up that I think people will […]

  4. Chris on 11/03/2018 at 12:11 AM

    I’m in Australia and we measure by nmol here. Could you please tell me what nmol should be for frozen surgical.

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