Quakers Hill Veterinary Hospital offers a range of reproductive services for your pets.
Artificial insemination can be performed via intravaginal deposits or frozen surgical implant. High success rates are dependent on correct timing. Our in-house progesterone machine is able to return results in one hour and pinpoints a female's fertile period.
The specialised laboratory is able to provide a full semen evaluation. This is an important step in identifying male infertility problems. Such facilities also allow freezing and preserving semen with the Camelot System. The chilled semen extender used to preserve semen can be utilsed to improve the viability of the sperm in the female reproductive tract. Our liquid nitrogen tanks can be hired for storage of frozen semen.
Ultrasound is utilised to confirm pregnancy (ideally 4 weeks post mating), assess the viability of a pregnancy, diagnose foetal stress and aid evaluation of female infertility problems. It is an essential diagnostic step in identifying uterine disease.
All our veterinary surgeons and nurses are experienced with performing caesarians in a variety of breeds.