Animal Health at CT Garvin
With any animal, whether pet or for market, its health is of the utmost importance. Keeping your pets and livestock vaccinated and protected from disease is always a primary concern for all animal owners.
C.T. Garvin Animal Health Vaccinations Availability
Penicillin – 1 bottle 100 ml: $10.00 includes 1 syringe
Penicillin is indicated for the treatment of cattle and sheep, swine and horses. The benefits of Penicillin are that it is versatile, proven effective, fast acting and FDA approved. See label for specifications and dosage. NOTE: Depending on availability, actual manufacturer may vary
7 in 1 Canine Shot: $ 6.10 includes 1 syringe
Distemper, adenovirus types 1 and 2, Para influenza, both Leptos and new, updated parvovirus 2b. Give IM or SQ. Repeat dosage in 2–3 weeks. Annual revaccination with single dose is recommended. Puppies vaccinated before 9 weeks of age should be revaccinated at 3-4 week intervals until 15-17 weeks of age. Consult with your veterinarian about the advisability of vaccinating for Lepto.
8 in 1 Canine Shot: $ 9.25 includes 1 syringe
Corona virus, Distemper, adenovirus types 1 and 2, Para influenza, both Leptos and new, updated parvovirus 2b. Give IM or SQ. Repeat dosage in 2–3 weeks. Annual revaccination with single dose is recommended. Puppies vaccinated before 9 weeks of age should be revaccinated at 3-4 week intervals until 15-17 weeks of age. Consult with your veterinarian about the advisability of vaccinating for Lepto.
Kennel Cough Canine Shot: $ includes 1 syringe
Canine Adenovirus, type 2 parainfluenz-bordetella-bronchiseptica Vaccine. For the injectable vaccine, 2 doses must be given 2-3 weeks apart, and protection does not occur until 1-2 weeks after the second injection.
The two part vaccinations require taking the liquid part out of the bottle and injecting it into the powder bottle. You must shake well until this is completely dissolved. At this point you can inject the entire contents into the loose skin (nap) of the neck of puppy (dog, if annual booster).
Prices subject to change
Always consult your veterinarian for proper usage
Worm X Plus: Available for Small and Large Dogs – In 2 and 12 Packs
Kills 7 Strains of Tapeworm, Hookworm and Ringworm, treat once a month, chewable
Safe-Guard® Canine Dewormer: The active ingredient in Safe-Guard®, fenbendazole, has been shown, in controlled laboratory studies and clinical field trials, to have outstanding efficacy against the major intestinal worms that infect dogs, namely: Tapeworms , Roundworms, Hookworms, and Whipworms. Requires treatment 3 consecutive days. Packages available based on weight of dog, and is made to sprinkle over food.
Nemex: Single-dose treatment for removal of large roundworms and hookworms in adult dogs and puppies. Available in liquid or table form.
Happy Jack 1018 Pro Pup Wormer: is one of the easiest, safest and most effective ways to treat your dog for hook and round worms. Simply add the proper size effective to your dog’s food to treat them for hook and round worms. No fasting is needed before or after the treatment given. This formula is effective against two types of roundworms and two types of hookworms.
Evict: Economical liquid formula effectively removes roundworms and hookworms in puppies and dogs.
Tape Worm Tabs: The FDA-approved formula is 100% effective and safe for at-home control of common tapeworms. Featuring the only over-the-counter treatment containing Praziquantel, the most recommended de-wormer for tapeworm control, it’s as good as it gets. No prescription required
Quest – 1 dose: A specially formulated palatable dewormer gel for horses and ponies. The new drug Moxidectin is distinctly different from other paste wormers. Effective in the treatment of large and small strongyles, encysted cyathostomes, ascarids, pin worms, hair worms, large mouth stomach worms and bots. Treats up to an 1150 lb. horse. For horses and ponies 6 months of age or older. Safe for pregnant mares.
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