Wellness Programs:

Wellness Program 2015 plan options

Wellness Program 2015 Enrollment form

Wellness Programs are new this year and can save you money if the plans fit with your needs.
Please take a look at these options and call or email to let Elizabeth know if you have questions
or if you would like to enroll.

Vaccine Guidelines:

Vaccine Foals 4-6 Months Performance Horses Broodmares Retired Horses
West Nile
2 Boosters 3-4 weeks apart
annually
annually
annually
Eastern and Western Encephalomyelitis
2 Boosters 3-4 weeks apart
annually
annually
annually
Tetanus
2 Boosters 3-4 weeks apart
annually
annually
annually
Rabies
annually
annually
annually
annually
Potomac Horse Fever
2 Boosters 3-4 weeks apart
2 Boosters 3-4 weeks apart in spring if in endemic area or annually
2 Boosters 3-4 weeks apart in spring if in endemic area or annually
2 Boosters 3-4 weeks apart in spring if in endemic area or annually
Flu
2 Boosters 3-4 weeks apart
annually or biannually
annually
annually if traveling
Rhino
2 Boosters 3-4 weeks apart
annually or biannually
5, 7 9 months of gestation to prevent abortion
annually if traveling
Strangles

if required 2 Boosters 3-4 weeks apart

if required annually

if required before breeding
if required

All Horses with no vaccine history should follow the foal schedule unless contraindicated.

Fecal Exam:

Yearly or Bi yearly to check effectiveness of deworming program

Low Shedders can be dewormed twice a year using a Ivermectin with praziquantal product in the fall(after frost) and a Rotated Spring Dewormer

Moderate Shedders are dewormed 3 times following the low shedder schedule with an added quest in the summer

High shedders should be dewormed by the rotation schedule.

Rotation Deworming program:

January: Panacur/Safeguard/Fenbendazole

March: Pyrantle Pomate/Strongid

May: Quest/Moxidectin

Sept: Panacur/Safeguard/Fenbendazole

Nov.:Equimax/Zemectrin Gold/Ivermectin with Praziquantal

Foals should be dewormed every 4 to 8 weeks with a rotating Fenbendazole and ivermectin schedule.