When you'd like your pet to reproduce, you want to know that your pet has the best vet care available. Our Pet Vets in San Diego, CA, provides an animal hospital that understands pet reproduction from the inside out. The truth is that a lot goes into copy for cats and dogs, but many people don't realize which vet options are available.
Surgical Artificial Insemination
Surgical Artificial Insemination (SAI) is a popular option for many people who want their pets to reproduce. SAI involves a small incision in the animal, so the vet can insert a tube to inject sperm. This procedure is often used when the male cannot mate with the female due to medical reasons or if the owners want to avoid the risks associated with traditional mating.
Our animal hospital can also provide information and assistance with semen collection. The vet can also discuss your options if you have questions about freezing semen for use later. You also have the option of obtaining frozen semen from qualified animals.
We also provide C-sections for those who have concerns about the birthing process. C-sections work similarly in pets and humans. For example, our veterinarian can remove the puppies or kittens through the open uterus.
When you bring your pet in for a pre-breeding evaluation, our veterinarian will look at your pet's overall health. This exam is essential, because you want to ensure your pet is in good health before reproducing. The vet will also talk to you about your pet's medical history and any concerns you have.
After your pet has been successfully bred, our animal hospital can help you manage the pregnancy. This management includes advice on nutrition and exercise. We can also help monitor the pregnancy and provide information on what to expect during labor and delivery. In addition, you'll learn more about hormone monitoring, high-risk pregnancy management, and neonatal care.
We Provide Safe Pet Reproduction Services
Pet reproductive services are only available at our Bayside location. Get excellent vet care for your pet before, during, or after pregnancy. Contact our San Diego, CA, veterinarian to learn more. Our Pet Vets is here to help responsible breeders. Call our team to learn how we can help you get the best vet care for your pet.