Medications used in small ruminants and camelids
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With the increase in smaller farms wanting to raise sheep and goats as well as camelids (alpacas and llamas) in the U.S., veterinarians who do not routinely treat small ruminants and camelids may be asked about medications that can be used in their treatment. This proceedings article will discuss medications – including vaccines, antibiotics, anthelmintics, etc. that can be used to treat sheep and goats as well as camelids. The majority of these dosages have been acquired from a number of veterinarians who has experience with these species and have published guidelines.