41 peer-reviewed papers by veterinary repro specialists; mating mechanics, speedy sperm, ovulation, C-sections, whelping, umbilical cord, swimmer pups, brood bitch, stud dog fertility…
Why purebreds have reproductive problems and mutts do just fine.
Features of breed type emerge at 4 weeks and are important when assessing a litter.
Canine herpes virus attacted her NEWBORN puppies but human medication from a vet...
Monitoring pH (Power of Hydrogen) during estrus is vital to conception.
CMH is a killer of pregnant bitches and few veterinarians have seen it or...
Readers question use of clean out shot during delivery and get answers!
All-breed judge shares insight on expenses, rearing and marketing puppies.
Hall Of Fame Breeder on managing the stud dog and brood bitch for less stress and more success.
Learn from this fascinating look at three dog breeders, the Initiate, Intermediate, and the Survivor.
The Brood Bitch
Jane Barber, DVM, MS, canine reproduction specialist says domestic dogs invite pyometra.
This R.N. says fat bitches are unlikely to conceive because fat plus THIS = temporary sterility!
At what point do the dogs become less important than winning, power, prestige…?
Jane Barber, DVM, MS, canine reproduction specialist on the absolute BEST way to time ovulation.
Being a Dog Breeder
Missed matings put a dent in successful canine reproduction!
I sleep by the whelping box, breathe life into a stillborn puppy...
Cystitis, strictures, or thick hymens can lead to artificial insemination (AI) and ...
Master Dog Breeder explains the genetic X- factor and how to use it.
Dogs are one of the few species born with this condition the puppy can not survive. Pt 1 of 4
CHG said to be a "rare" fatal genetic defect in newborns. Dr. Fyfe explains ... Pt 2 of 4
John C. Fyfe, DVM, Ph.D - How to test, why to test, procedure and cost. Pt 3 of 4
John C. Fyfe, DVM, the genetic basis and causes of this deadly condition. Pt 4 of 4
Missed seasons? Nature's canine reproduction science, for you and your dog!
Can cause irregular estrus cycles, bone and joint deformities, cancer, etc.
What defines a dog breeder? Having puppies? Or having the only place to keep a puppy…
The miracle of birth transfers the mother’s microbial colony to her offspring as it moves through the vaginal tract.
The science of excitotoxins and estrogen inhibitors in the food supply.
The internet's first comparative study on mating problems, flakey seasons, litter rejection, etc.
Birthing is out of our hands when, foaling or whelping, you call a vet and say a prayer.
The Stud Dog
Owner of the #1 Working Dog Sire on timing and successful canine reproduction.
Is your stud dog having breeding or fertility problems, low libido or sperm count?
How the stud dog reacts to scent stimulus, hormone cycles, and estrus.
Vaginal cytology is good but how to check the bitch’s knot and read the stud dog is better.
Why elevating rear for AI doesn't help, by C. White, DVM, MS
Learn Canine Reproduction from Texas A&M equine sperm motility study.
by Joni L. Freshman DVM, “Successful breeding management ... "
Whelping A Litter
How long to leave the cord intact after birth to prevent lung and brain damage.
What to do? Your bitch has been in labor for hours, no vet available, you are desperate...
Preventing mashed pups, overheating, dehydration, the whelping nest, no milk...
Mother dogs do odd things when in labor and whelping puppies, be prepared to help her.
Litter rejection, no milk, breast abscesses and other hormonal or behavioral problems.
Raising The Litter
Born by in-vitro fertilization, canine reproduction is booming!
If you've cried when they died, you will be grateful for this simple solution.
Unexpected delivery problems? Before you call the vet read this...
What causes it and are single-puppy litters more likely to produce a swimmer?
Help for flat chests, inner ear, righting reflex, and possibly genetics.
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