Goat Medicine Cabinet PDF
This Goat Medicine Cabinet PDF is FREE to download. Christie Patterson at packgoats.com has researched many hours to put this document together. We appreciate her hard work.
We have compiled this list of supplies and medications you may decide to keep on hand to treat your goats; however, it is not suggested you have every item listed because it would be costly. In some cases, there is more than one option for treatment. Examples would be diarrhea and pneumonia. Work with your veterinarian to decide what is necessary to keep on hand. Also, get appropriate dosages to administer for treatment.
The team members of Packgoats.com are not veterinarians. Firstly, we make no claim to have all of the scientific knowledge regarding goats. Secondly, it is recommended to seek the advice of a veterinarian. Veterinarians can determine illness and proper dosage of medications for treatment. Thirdly, some of the medications listed are intended for use in cattle and not goats.
Goat Medicine Cabinet PDF & Goat Education
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