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In recent years there has been an explosion in the number of UK clinics offering canine fertility treatments. This prompts a simple question: Why?
The answer would appear obvious. The growing popularity of brachycephalic breeds such as French bulldogs (which frequently prove themselves unable to mate naturally, and which almost always require caesareans in order to give birth) has created a niche to be filled. Start-up costs are low, and there are big profits to be made.
There is an obvious economic logic behind the rise of the canine fertility clinic
Demand for puppies in the UK outstrips domestic supply, with a ‘deficit’ of hundreds of thousands of puppies a year, according to the Dogs Trust. There is, therefore, an obvious economic logic behind the rise of these fertility clinics. Indeed, one might even go as far as to …
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