What are the indications to have dog semen frozen for future use?

  • Sudden sickness, sterility or even death of your champion.
  • Stud dogs sold to another country.
  • With some breeds, the stud dog is only allowed to breed a limited number of bitches in his entire lifetime. Only when a stud dog has deceased can his genotype be accurately determined with regards to how he produced and with which bitches (pedigree and type) he “clicked with.” Stud dogs that have long deceased can be reintroduced into the population but then with more certainty as to preserve the lines.
  • A canine semen bank can be an ideal solution to help preserve a breed. Famous stud dogs of the past that are known to be outstanding producers can be reintroduced into the population to have their desired characteristics reutilized.