Semen collection without interruption of the male activity (show or training).
Splitting of an ejaculate to bred more than one female.
Reduction of the costs with maintenance of many stud dogs in a colony.
Worldwide availability of the semen of a given dog.
Allow castration when medical necessary while maintaining availability of their genes.
Evaluation of semen quality prior to AI.
Early detection of male reproductive pathologies.
Semen preservation for unlimited time, so genetic material may be available in the future, after peak of fertility, after their dead or for next generations.
Overcome problems associated with the refusal to breed (psychological or physical reasons, precocious ejaculation), inexperienced males. It is also an important technique whenever physical and behavioral abnormalities in the male or female prevent natural mating.