I have many years experience scanning, breeding and showing dogs, and offer the most competitive rates in the area using top grade veterinary equipment.
Trained with VIS Level 1 and 2, I scan dogs, cats and even rabbits and hamsters. Based in Kingswinford, DY6 8HB.
ULTRASOUND SCAN £20 -WEEKDAY OFFER 11am - 3.30pm After 5.30pm and weekends £30
Weekends before 3.30pm £30
5.30pm - 7pm £40
Well behaved children are welcome Click here for Mobile/Home Visits
FULL PRICE LIST HERE
The price includes a written report with an estimation of numbers of puppies/kittens seen on the scan with an estimated due date. I can also send you images and or videos via whats app. FAQ
I am often asked how long I spend scanning a dog or a cat. I take as long as is necessary to obtain an accurate result, and I set aside 30 minutes to see each client. Sorry but I don't offer a walk in service and you need to make an appointment, although I can sometimes offer you an appointment the same day, it is adviseable to book in advance.
Please respect my neighbours when visiting my property and not block their drive. Our own drive is also in constant use as we have an annexe in our garden where my father lives and can you ensure you do not obstruct the gates, thank you.
Pregnancy can be confirmed with an estimated due date from 27 days from ovulation, or 28 days after the last mating, although optimum results are achieved from around day 32 - 35 of your bitch's pregnancy. I can scan earlier than 28 days if you have concerns over an unusual discharge from your bitch. If I see anything abnormal I will refer you to your vet with scan images. Below is a later stage scan done on a cat.
Please note, I have not increased my prices along with inflation, and in order to stay cheaper than anyone else in the area I do ask that if you cannot keep your appointment or you need to cancel at the last minute and I cannot fill your slot, you pay for future scans at the time of booking.
Rachel 07837 371209 (Wordsley/Kingswinford/Stourbridge)
Sarah 07475 109527 (Tividale/Dudley)
If you are unable to use the 'book now' option via your android phone,
please call me and I will book it for you. If you require a home visit, please contact me first as prices differ dependent on distance and travelling time. Please ensure you choose the appropriate time slot - weekdays before 4pm are £20 or option 2 is for evenings/weekends that are £30. Note all online bookings will incur a 50p booking fee.
Or you can scan the QR code below with your phone
camera to be taken straight to our booking page. Once you have scanned the image it will ask you to open 'setmore.com' in your phone's internet browser.
DISCLAIMER - NONE OF THE INFORMATION GIVEN ON THIS WEBSITE IS A SUBSTITUTE FOR VETERINARY CARE
The site contains general advice on breeding and whelping related matters.It is not possible in the context of the website to take into account individual situations or consider unusual problems or circumstances. If you are concerned about the welfare of a pet you should seek the advice of your vet. Whilst I try to ensure that the information within this site is accurate, I can accept no responsibility for the accuracy of the site content. Users who rely on the information in this site do so at their own risk.
I am often sent images of scans carried out elsewhere. Whilst I am happy to book you in for a scan if you want a a second opinion,
I am not able to offer advice on scans or treatment offered by another scanner/fertility clinic.
If you feel you have not received a quality service, please take it up with the appropriate channels.
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A RVN writes - Let's talk blood sampling? When training for my qualification as a Registered Veterinary nurse and becoming a regulated professional, blood sampling was taken very very seriously. Lots of training, health and safety, theory and practice. I wasn't allowed to sample an awake patient until my mentors were confident in my ability. Through training I earnt my skills and worked hard to perfect technique. I take the importance of professionalism and regulation very seriously and am held to my code of conduct and oath. But why is any of this important? Quite simply if something goes wrong, I am accountable. It isn't "just a blood sample" it's a schedule 3 procedure. Under the veterinary surgeons act 1966, blood samples can only be taken by a veterinary surgeon or a veterinary nurse directed by a veterinary surgeon. The animal in question MUST be under the care of the vet. It's really that simple. So what does this mean? At home blood sampling is illegal unless by a vet/supervised vet nurse. Progesterone testing by a non vet or supervised vet nurse...... Is illegal. The "breeder qualifications" currently suggesting and training people to blood sample...are directing people to break the law. Under the Veterinary Surgeons Act 1966 it is illegal for anyone not suitably qualified and regulated to take venous blood samples of animals... Unless its a badger
'Went to Julie this morning with my girl for a second opinion. I had a feeling that a recent scan was not accurate. My girl was mated and the stud owner recommended the clinic for AI and I chose to have her scanned to confirm pregnancy. The lady found a nodule just below the "spleen" but wasn't confident to confirm pregnancy and advised to re-scan in 5 days (I must add second scan was to be free) Took her again and she focused on the same nodule to confirm pregnancy. Something just didn't feel right with me. How could the same blip on the screen ,that had seen no change at all in 5 days, now confirm a pregnancy? She advised me of the possibility of absorption and I went o my way. Days later I still didn't feel my girl was in pup..we had tried a number of time and this was to be her last go. I contacted Julie who was happy to see us the same day. She was lovely and understanding and also sorry to confirm that ,indeed,my fears were right and Ember wasn't in pup. She even showed me scans of what she would expect to see if puppies were present and also pointed out that what had been described to me as a spleen was actually the bladder. Forget your high tec clinics and stick with the people who know what they're doing !! Julie not only explained about Ember but is also compassionate about the responsibility she has when advising her clients. It was hardly surprising my previous scanner went right to the explanation that the pup had been absorbed. However I advised her the nodule she saw is still present but was never a pup as no fetal sac is present !! Needless to say communication has ceased. Thank you Julie for confirming what I knew and the responsible care you took in advising me. I will happily recommend you to everyone'
'Amazing and very professional service, very quick to respond to messages, very knowledgeable, made myself and my little Rose feel very much at ease. Would highly recommend! '
'Julie booked my cat in for a scan at very short notice, she kindly scanned my cat and was able to confirm heartbeats, movements, dates and reassure me that all was going as expected, can’t thank Julie enough for her kindness and all her help'
'After weeks of worry and wondering if my dog is pregnant, Julie confirmed it with an ultrasound. I was worried and concerned about how to deal with it as I have no breeding experience! Julie was amazing and reassured me, giving me plenty of advice! Knowing that I can speak to Julie about my concerns helps me and I’m confident that we can get through the whole pregnancy, labour and raising our new precious pups! I would recommend Julie to anyone! She is so easy to talk to and the mother to be was so relaxed and at ease with her.'
Note - any information given or detailed on this site is not meant to be a substitute for veterinary care