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Pregnancy Successes Keep Coming!

Pregnancy Successes Keep Coming!
July 16, 2013 bremydogadmin

http://avpsolutions.com/blog/page/25/ BreedMyDog is pleased to update recent pregnancy success on the dogs that have visited the Unit.

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go to link Here’s the most recent confirmed pregnancy from Ruby . This bitch came for her pregnancy scan at BreedMyDog yesterday , 15th July 2013.-

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Scan shows a 5 week old fetus in a labrador bitch pregnancy scan. The bladder is also visible
Ultrasound Scans confirmed a healthy 5 week pregnancy. Pedigree Labrador, Ruby , had never successfully fallen pregnant previously, despite several attempts at breeding.

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follow url But with blood progesterone monitoring and pre-mating checks on the bitch we sought the optimal time for mating. The Owner and breeder of Champion stud male , Zephyr, also visited the Unit for testing and we are pleased Ruby is expecting puppies early August.

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quiero conocer gente millonaria Ruby was sampled by her home Vet . Her blood progesterone on 31 May was 2.3 nmol/litre. This level is well below ovulation.

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http://www.lahdentaiteilijaseura.fi/?siftifkar=bin%C3%A4ra-optioner-avanza-flashback&3fe=6d A further sample recorded progesterone levels of “32 – 64″ nmol/l on 4th June. It was essential Ruby visited the Unit as soon as possible . We calculated she had probably ovulated at least 24 hours before, on 3rd June.

follow link Optimal breeding is at 48 – 72 hours post ovulation in this case.

site de rencontre club soleil guadeloupe Mating took place just once on 6th July . which is quite late in this time period.

source site A positive outcome , we await a calm delivery!

http://hargapintugarasi.com/bireu/1154 Puppies are due in a variety of other breeds and, pleasingly, frozen semen recently exported to the States has resulted in a confirmed pregnancy by Trans-Cervical Insemination for a Stafford breeder with birthing again due in August 2013.

Scan shows a 5 week old fetus in a labrador bitch pregnancy scan. The bladder is also visible

source url Scan shows a 5 week old fetus in a labrador bitch pregnancy scan. The bladder is also visible