Nov 20, 2023
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The Significance of Reverse Progesterone Testing in Dogs
Nov 17, 2023
Progesterone plays a pivotal role in the reproductive cycles of dogs. This hormone rises and falls in a predictable pattern during a dog's estrous cycle. While the assessment of progesterone levels is commonly utilized to pinpoint the optimal time for breeding, there is another aspect of progesterone testing that deserves attention — reverse progesterone testing in dogs. This article delves into the concept of reverse progesterone testing, its importance, and its application in canine reproduction.
Rising Demand for Dog Progesterone Tests Near Me: A Glimpse into Pet Care Trends
Nov 02, 2023
In a rapidly evolving landscape of pet care and health, there is a growing trend among dog owners to seek out ”dog progesterone tests near me”. This surge in demand for such tests reflects an increasing awareness of the importance of canine reproductive health and the desire to provide the best care for furry family members.
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Oct 31, 2023
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Is it a phantom pregnancy or are you just hiding Halloween treats in your belly?
Oct 27, 2023
Is it a phantom pregnancy or are you just hiding Halloween treats in your belly?Check out the spook-tacular guide on what goes on in your canine companion's tummy in our article. 
Sample size does matter
Oct 25, 2023
Our pregnancy test has a proven accuracy of 96 % when performed correctly after 28 days or more have passed from ovulation. The test can never out-perform a very small sample and in almost all cases of a false negative it is due to the sample collected being too small. Read more!