In most countries breeders will do AIs on their own dogs. If you are dealing with chilled or frozen semen then it needs to be done by a licenesed vet.I was trained by a Bullmastiff breeder who was also a vet. I do AIs on my own dogs and bitches that are brought to me by other people.I do not charge for providing this service as I would be practicing vet medicine while unlicensed if I charged money.I do not know what the laws are in your country, so I suggest you check into that before trying to start any business.
hi, I read this post because the subject sort of ingrigued me. I didn't know that artificial insemination was, or could be done, on dogs. In what situation would this be necessary? Is it performed on female dogs that have fertility problems? sorry, these questions may sound dumb- just trying to learn something. It strikes me kind of strange that the OP is asking for someone who wants to go in on this with him as a BUSINESS (he is basically soliciting, which I didn't think was allowed on this site). If this is possible, doesn't that open the door for people to act as BYB's, or intermediaries for BYB's? Something about the original post makes me uneasy... it almost sounds like this is a process that could lead to dogs being used as commodities; if this can be done across different continents, then how can the two parties involved be sure that the dogs they are dealing with are in fact healthy, etc? Again, I don't know about this, and I'm just interested in what purpose, or under what conditions, AI is normally used in dogs.
One instance that I know of to use A.I,is in the case of an old champion stud. Breeders commonly save semen from those dogs so they can continue his lines. A dog of the quality of CH Flashpoint Cosmic Ray would be such a dog, one of the most beautiful Bostons I've ever seen. The other need for the use of A.I is logistics. There are breeders from 2000 miles away who will ship frozen semen.