Do you have something other than cats, dogs and horses? We are delighted to see your “other” special farm friends. While sheep, goats, llamas, alpacas and cattle make up a very small percentage of the work that we do, we enjoy the special challenges these animals bring to our work day. Please remember that state law prohibits us from dispensing medications or medical advice if we have not seen the animal or physically been on the premise in the past 12 months.


For the safety of our veterinarians, we will not work on cattle that are not properly restrained. A cattle chute is preferable. For smaller or well socialized cattle, a small enclosure with head restrained by halter may be acceptable.

  • Pregnancy diagnosis
  • Off feed/sick
  • Herd consultations
  • Tuberculosis testing
  • Health certificates
  • Disbudding (best done in first month of life)


Starting or expanding your herd? Having issues with intestinal parasites? Give us a call and we can help get you on the right track.

  • Individual and herd fecal egg counts with deworming plan
  • Nutritional consultation (especially important for male goats that will be kept as pets)
  • Disbudding (best done in first 7 days of life)
  • Laboratory testing for Johnes, CAE/OPP, CL, BVD
  • Vaccination and wellness services


While camelids have become more common to our area, they are still considered a bit “exotic” and come with their own set of special concerns. We are here to help you navigate through camelid ownership.

  • Wellness and vaccination
  • Nutritional consultation
  • Castration
  • Fecal egg count and deworming strategy, including management strategies for prevention of meningeal worm infection
  • Pregnancy diagnosis