Stud Dog Problems

What are some of your top stud dog concerns? In this episode of the Pet Care Pro show, Cynthia and Shelley talk about stud dog problems you may encounter. They’ll go in-depth on topics like low sperm count, prostate problems, disease and how outside temperature can affect reproductive success. You don’t want to miss this episode.

What are some of your stud dog concerns? Let us know in the comments down below.

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19 thoughts on “Stud Dog Problems”

  1. I have a question please- can your rabies vaccination be shipped to Michigan? If so , do you have the 3 year or only 1 year?
    Thank you

    1. Hello Kathy, We can ship the rabies vaccine to Michigan. We also have the 3 year available. If you would like to place an order, please call into our Pet Care Pros. They would love to help you! -Maria at Revival

    1. Hello Cathy, research shows that when stored properly, canine semen can last close to 10,000 years. I spoke to one of our breeders and she noted that she had successful breeding with semen she had frozen in the ’80s. Let me know if you have any other questions! -Maria at Revival

  2. I have a 3 yr old Male shih tzu that has studded twice….many failed attempts.
    He seems to want to stud..trys but stops like whoo too much work I’d rather be with mom or play lol
    So frustrated

    1. Hello. My dogs semen has a pinkish tinge? What can I do to encourage, aide in his prostate health? What products are beneficial to prostate health? Any natural remedies?

      1. Natalie,

        Sheryl, one of our Pet Care Pros, has this answer for you:

        It’s not unusual for ejaculate to have a tinge of blood in it. A little is ok but a lot can destroy the sperm. There are four main types of prostate problems a dog can experience. Prostate issues are common in males over four years of age and can usually be diagnosed with a rectal exam. The most important thing you can do for your stud is have your vet regularly examine his prostrate and to recognize signs there may be an issue such as blood dripping from the penis not associated with urination, pain on breeding, flat ribbon-like stools and blood in the ejaculate. Also fever, lethargic, and won’t eat are other signs. Breeder’s Edge Oxy Stud and Breeders Edge Problem Male are supplements to help with sperm quality, mobility and support the males reproduction system. This article from our Learning Center my be of help: 4 Prostate Problems in Dogs.

    1. Hi Duane,
      To subscribe to our YouTube channel, you can go to the heart in the red circle on the top left corner of the video and then click the red “subscribe” button. Thanks! -Shelley at Revival

  3. I have a male it was his first time my female slip out he got her less then a minute it was day 29 of cycle. She was already pregnant. My other female came in it was day 9 she flagged him she did everything to get his attention he just looked at her he finally got up ok if I have too do this I will attitude he been inside so heat had nothing to day with it so understand he got my other in no time took him a good hour the next is he that picky for females.

  4. My stud yorkie 8 years old. had fathered several litters. Now he gets excited we think he will breed mellow cooperative female but cannot tie even with help (which he hates,). he wears him self out missing the target. So I tried to AI but fluid was clear not milky as I expected. I looked under microscope for swimmers but saw nothing. Vet sees nothing wrong with him .

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