Hello and welcome to The Paw-work where I happily admit to being a lifelong animal lover.

My name is Jan and I just love animals. In 2019 I decided on a career change and since then have completed a microchipping course with Peddymark, become a Pregnancy Ultrasound Technician through VIS (member of the Animal Ultrasound Association) and recently trained in Canine Ovulation Cytology.


• Ultrasound scanning (we only scan for pregnancy)
□ Externally scan any pet checking for pregnancy – for bitches and queens we recommend;
– 1st scan at 28 to 35 days – 2nd scan at 45 days (other species vary dependent of gestation period)

□ Post whelp scans ensuring delivery has been completed
– Long furry friends may need a shave pre-scan; we recommend this before the visit.

• Micro-chipping

Licensed to microchip any small mammal via a simple, painless procedure that takes seconds where most pets have no idea it’s all done, and helps get your pet home safe. Your chip can be registered with either Animal tracker or Petlog databases.

□ Litters of puppies should be chipped at 6 to 8 weeks old
□ The breeder must register them first and be clearly identifiable ideally with coloured collars.

From 2023 legislation is being introduced stating that ALL cats should be microchipped.

• Ovulation Cytology

A great way of getting your timing right where, unlike progesterone testing, Cytology is done via a simple vaginal smear.

– There is no need to draw blood
– We come to you so no need for a vet visit.

It’s recommended to test around day 7 to 8 of your girls season, as like with progesterone testing, it may take several samples to know she’s ready.


– CPD Canine First Aid Training
– A Woof Guide to Buying a Puppy (free course for people looking to buy a puppy)

COMING SOON: Canine breeding courses and in person Canine First Aid courses.

Address & Contact

Our Address

Burwell, Cambridgeshire


52.275054747293, 0.32764339761646



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Carmela Clark 12th July 2022 7:33 pm
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I’ve just completed the paw-works on line first aid course! Even if you are just a caring dog owner and don’t want to be a first aider, the helpful tips and advice on how to prevent or recognise conditions such as bloat, poisoning, heatstroke or hypothermia make this course worth every penny. It’s so easy to follow and understand and arms you with information that’ll help keep your dog safe.

Rodger Birchenough 20th January 2022 12:09 pm
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ordered welping goods from the shop. Everything arrived on time and good quality and good price. Would highly rrcomend