• BOVINE

    • Beef Cattle​

    • Dairy Cattle

    • Cows and Calves

    • Bulls

    • Each group of cattle will have specific vaccines that are necessary to protect them from the infectious diseases they are most likely to be exposed to (Open herd, Closed herd, Community pastures)

    • Facilities that occupy a larger number of cattle are at higher risk for acquiring infectious diseases (Feeding Lots)

  • CANINE

    • Working Dogs​

    • Dame, Sire, Litter Health

    • Companion Dog

    • Each group of dogs will have specific vaccines that are necessary to protect them from the infectious diseases they are most likely to be exposed to (Breeding Facilities, Boarding Facilities)

  • FELINE

    • Companion Cat​

    • Farm Cat

  • EQUINE

    • Performance horses

    • Mares and foals

    • Breeding Stallions

    • Each group of horses will have specific vaccines that are necessary to protect them from the infectious diseases they are most likely to be exposed to (West Nile)

    • Facilities that occupy a larger number of horses are at higher risk

    • for acquiring infectious diseases (Stables)

How often should we be vaccinating?

If possible, animals should be on the same vaccination schedule to aid with record keeping and to optimize their and the herd immunity​

  • EQUINE

    • Horses that have been previously vaccinated should receive vaccines once a year

    • Horses that have never received a vaccine before should receive a booster shot approximately one month after their first shot is administered. After they have received their booster, they can then be vaccinated once a year

    • Pregnant mares should receive booster vaccines four to eight weeks before foaling in order to increase the immunity she will pass on to her foal

  • BOVINE

    • Cattle that have been previously vaccinated should receive vaccines once a year

    • Cattle who have never been vaccinated should receive a booster shot  five and two weeks before branding

    • If you calves are under six months of age they will need to be re-vaccinated once they are over the 6 months. Once they received their booster, they can then be vaccinated once a year 

  • CANINE

    • Canine that have been previously vaccinated have two choices:​​

      • Once a year OR Once every 3 years​ with the exception of Kennel Cough (once a year)

    • Canine Puppies should receive vaccines at eight, ten, and twelve weeks

  • FELINES

    • Felines that have been previously vaccinated and boosted properly should receive vaccines once every three years

What can we vaccinate for?

EQUINE

  • West Nile Virus

  • Equine Influenza

  • Equine Encephalomyelitis [Sleeping Sickness]

  • Tetanus

  • Rabies

  • Strangles

  • Equine Herpes Virus [Rhinopneumonitis]

BOVINE

  • ​Bovine Virus Diarrhea Virus Typres 1 and 2 (BVD)

  • Bovine Herpes Virus (IBR)

  • Bovine respiratory syncytial virsu (BRSV)

  • Bovine Influenza

CANINE

  • ​Canine Distemper Virus

  • Adenovirus Type 1 and 2 (Hepatitis and Respiratory Disease

  • Canine para-influenza virus

  • Parvovirus

  • Rabies

  • Kennel Cough

FELINE

  • Feline Rhinotracheitis Virus  (FRV)

  • Feline Calicivirus (FCV)

  • Feline Panleukepenia virus (FPV)

  • Rabies

Why Do We Vaccinate?

  • Protect animals against infectious diseases to which they may be exposed

  • Build an animal's immunity to fight diseases and prevent the spread to other animals

  • Maximize the health, productivity, and performance of your animal

Who Do we Vaccinate?

Let's talk Vaccines!

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Dr. Megan Williams

(403) 580-7331