March 1 – May 30, 2014, Get 10% off 3 or more fecal egg counts that can be processed at the same time.
The spring is an excellent time to check parasite levels +/- parasite resistance to dewormers in sheep, goats, alpacas, calves, and horses. The parasite load in the spring (when temperatures are hovering just above freezing), will give an indication of parasite loads and prevention of parasite-related problems during the rest of the growing season.
Call or e-mail for more information on timing, sample collection & storage, pricing, and deworming recommendations.
CALVS is owned and operated by Dr. Dianne Johnson. Dr. Johnson graduated from the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine at Virginia Tech in May 2012. Dianne is thankful to be back in Vermont (the other “VT”), where she is close to her family and many friends.
Prior to establishing CALVS, Dr. Johnson did a 6-month internship at Cross-Border Equine in Springfield, VT. Dr. Johnson enjoys working with cattle, small ruminants, camelids, and horses, and will also work with swine and poultry on an as-needed basis. Dianne is especially interested in sustainable farming, pasture management, and preventative care.
In her spare time, Dianne enjoys reading, walking and hiking with her dog, and crafts.
Prior to studying veterinary medicine, Dianne studied psychology and worked as an outdoor education instructor. She enjoys teaching youth and adults husbandry and veterinary medical skills.