Rose Hill Veterinary Practice, P.C.

Large Animal: 540.987.1200
Small Animal: 540.987.9300
Fax: 540.987.1204
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Shenandoah Mountains

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Camelid Health Recommendations

These are general guidelines only.  Please consult with the Dr. Massie, Dr. O’Brien, or Dr. Hausler for specific recommendations for your herd.
 

Vaccinations:

-CD & T vaccine
-Initial vaccination at 8 and 12 weeks, followed by an annual booster.
-Rabies vaccine
-Initial vaccination at 12 weeks, followed by an annual booster.
-BoSe (if indicated)
-2 weeks of age, or near birth and older

 

(Pregnant does should receive their annual booster 30 days before their anticipated kidding date.)

 

Deworming Schedule:

-Kids should be dewormed every four weeks until six months of age.
-Adult deworming schedule varies with environment, please consult with the veterinarian prior to deworming.

 

Hoof Trimming:

-Goats should have their hooves trimmed a minimum of twice yearly. Many goats will require more frequent trimming.

 

Available herd health testing:

-Tuberculosis
-Annually for accreditation, if desired.
-Brucellosis
-Annually for certification, if desired.
-Caprine Arthritis and Encephalitis.
-Caseous Lymphadenitis.

 

Pregnancy Testing:

-Rectal ultrasound can confirm pregnancy 35 days post breeding.
-Trans-abdominal ultrasound (more typical) can confirm pregnancy 75 –100 days post breeding.