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Successful Breeding from Canine Semen Frozen 18 Years Ago and Stored at Synbiotics
Synbiotics Corporation congratulates Mary L. Yeakey on a successful breeding of her bitch, Barbican Roederer, Cristal. The litter was conceived using semen from Dorothy Stackhouse’s stud dog, Zachary (Ch. MacGillivray High Roller, C.D.) Zachary’s owner reports the stud dog had a “distinguished conformation career” and was “featured on the original AKC video on Poodles.” The collection used for the breeding was frozen in January 29, 1992 and subsequently stored with Synbiotics. On May 20, 2010, a litter of three females and six males resulted from an insemination conducted by Dr. George Carley. Ms. Yeakey is pleased to produce a “new generation of Wycliffe poodles.”
For more information about these poodles visit: http://barbicanstandardpoodles.com.This breeding is just one example of how the safety and security Synbiotics provides for collections generates long term, canine reproduction success.
Successful Breeding from Frozen Great Dane Semen Stored for 14 Years
Synbiotics Corporation congratulates Marie-Christine Buisson of Art of Dane Kennels on a successful breeding of her bitch, Ch. Wil-Tor What A Slick Chick (Lana). On June 23, 2009, a healthy litter of three females and six males resulted from a surgical insemination conducted by Dr. Angelika Stock. The litter was conceived using semen from Jackie Dilworth’s stud dog, Dilworth’s Ch. Lambs Creek-Thorncrest Chimo, which had been frozen in 1995 by Dr. Rebecca Kestle and stored at Synbiotics for more than a decade. Chimo, from Thorncrest kennels, is a multiple
specialty winning American/Canadian champion. Ms. Dilworth thanks Synbiotics for “providing the technology and service to allow Chimo to carry on his contribution to the breed”.
For more information about the Great Dane Litter visit: artofdane.com.