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Whether you have pet pot-bellied pigs, a few 4-H animals or raise pigs for a living, we can provide the resources and treatment they need to stay healthy.
Wellness Services: In addition to routine health examinations, we offer health certificates, and provide necessary vaccinations for conditions such as rabies and erysipelas. We can also obtain blood samples to screen your animals for pseudorabies, PRRS (Porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome), and brucellosis. We can also assist you in developing a parasite control plan. Tusk and foot trimming services are also available.
Hospitalized Care: At our clinic, we can provide hospitalized care for your pig during times of illness.
Reproductive Services: Reproductive ultrasound services are available.
Surgical Services: A few of the surgical services we offer include routine castration and c-section.
We are happy to provide comprehensive health care for individual sheep and goats as well as herds of all sizes.
Wellness Exams: During times of health, we can provide general health examinations as well as annual vaccinations for rabies, tetanus and clostridium types C & D.
Herd Health: We offer herd testing for OPP in sheep and CAE in goats. We also offer testing for Johne's disease in both species. We offer annual Brucellosis and Tuberculosis testing for show and milking animals. We can also help you to design a parasite control plan to suit the needs of your herd.
Sick Animal Visits: We offer time of need visits in case of illness. This includes evaluation and treatment of urethral obstructions (blockages), listeriosis, polioencephalomalacia, pregnancy toxemia, dystocia (difficult births) and many other conditions. We can also provide hospitalized care, intravenous fluids, laboratory testing, and digital radiography.
Surgical Care: We offer a wide variety of surgical procedures both in the field and in our office. This includes: dehorning, castration, c-sections, and urethrostomies.
For more information about pigs and small ruminants, please visit our Farm Animal Health Library.