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Breeding Services for Dogs

The Mill Bay Veterinary Hospital provides many different services to Breeders in our area. We are able to do OFA certifications of breeding dogs, and provide successful breeding procedures both natural, artificial and surgical. We also provide pregnancy confirmation, nutritional support, and whelping assistance as needed.

How does the clinic help dog breeders and kennels to keep their pets healthy?


Having a good line of communication with our breeders allows our hospital to provide up to date knowledge and services that ensure the health of breeding dogs, and subsequently healthy litters of puppies.

Are you authorised for semen collection, evaluation, freezing and storage?


We are able to provide semen collection, evaluation, freezing and storage.

What are the breeding services the clinic provides? (E.g., reproduction planning, vaginal cytology, semen collection and freezing, caesarian section.)


We at Mill Bay Vet understand the commitment our Breeders make to the continued success of their breeding programs. We offer reproduction consultation, encourage progesterone testing for optimum breeding dates, and provide the necessary procedures for successful breeding. This can include vaginal cytology, pregnancy confirmation, Cesarian section surgery, postnatal puppy care, and the first health check for those litters on the ground.

I love Dr. McGinty. She is the best! Only downfall is the wait times are almost always 20 minutes.

Carrie Van Dreason

Excellent practice, great team, always helpful. VERY sorry to see that emergency services will no longer be available, I hope…

Lisbeth Plant

Very caring and available. Dr Stevenson returns calls. She even called to make sure my cat was ok!

Cecile Pelletier

Agreed to see our sick goat within hours of my initial call. Were kind, professional, and thorough. Felt we were…

Heather Mccue

Very good vet clinic. Helpful, friendly staff. Non judgemental care. ☺️

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