|Pot Bellied Pig|
|Goats / Sheep / Llamas / Alpacas|
|Advanced Equine Dentistry|
|Coggins and Health Certificates|
|Digital Radiograph Machine|
|Digital Ultrasound Machine|
|Endoscopy / Gastroscopy|
|Health Maintenance Program|
|Strategic De-Worming Program|
|Equine Reproduction & Foaling|
|Equine Lameness & Hoof Care|
|Equine Disease & Parasites|
|Equine Care & Anatomy|
|Small Animal Dental Care|
|Small Animal Nutrition|
|Small Animal Disease|
|Small Animal Pain Management|
What is ECLAP’S recommended vaccination protocol?
For assurance that you have the best protection possible we recommend the following protocol for the average adult horse (1 year and over). This is also the protocol of choice for the higher risk horse, one who travels a lot to shows or races, or who is boarded where horses moving in and out of the area is common:
5-Way: Once a year
Flu/Rhino: Every six months
West Nile Virus: Once a year
***All previously unvaccinated horses need a booster shot 3 to 4 weeks after the initial vaccination.
Pregnant Mares: Follow the normal adult protocol above. In addition, the mare needs a pneumabort K vaccination in the 5th, 7th and 9th month of the pregnancy. The mare also should get a 3-Way, 4-Way, or 5-way 30 to 60 days before the foaling date.
Foals: should get a 5-Way and strangles vaccination at 6 months of age, with a booster at 7 and 9 months. Foals should also be vaccinated for West Nile Virus, starting at 3 months (if born to an unvaccinated mare) or 4 months (if born to a vaccinated mare) follow up with a booster 3 to 4 weeks later and then once a year.
Weanlings: should get their 1st annual booster at 1 year, and then follow the normal adult protocol.