Packaging helps secure canine reproduction specimens

South Mountain Pet Care and Canine Reproduction Center uses Cryoport’s cold chain shippers for cryogenic canine specimens.

South Mountain Pet Care and Canine Reproduction Center (SMPC) is a full-service clinic and animal hospital that specializes in providing canine reproduction services. The Draper, UT-based facility and team of licensed and experienced veterinarians are dedicated to maintaining the health and wellness of pets.

To support cryogenic shipment demands for its canine reproduction business, SMPC is using Cryoport's cold chain logistics products. Cryoport's technology-driven chain of command capabilities will ensure that the integrity of the specimen is maintained throughout the entire shipment process. The supplier's validated cryogenic products also provide global access that can attract geographically diverse customers seeking canine reproduction services from SMPC.

Carl L. Pew, DVM, MRCVS, Chief of Staff and Director of Reproduction Services at South Mountain Pet Care, says, "We offer a wide array of services at South Mountain Pet Care that are supplemented with the latest advances in veterinarian technology. Our partnership with Cryoport furthers that focus as they provide our canine reproduction business with their best-in-class cryogenic logistics solutions. With the support of Cryoport, we can ensure our clients that their specimen is safe and secure throughout the entire reproduction process."

Mr. Jerrell Shelton, Cryoport's Chief Executive Officer, says, "We are excited to work with South Mountain Pet Care to advance their canine breeding services. Cryoport is proud to support an organization that is committed to animal health and client service. This partnership further demonstrates the rapid expansion Cryoport is experiencing as we introduce our cryogenic shipping services to a number of new and growing industries."

Cryoport offers advanced cryogenic logistics products for the life sciences industry, serving markets including immunotherapies, stem cells, cell lines, clinical research organizations, vaccine manufacturers, animal health, and reproductive medicine.