Coos Bay Boarding - Morgan Veterinary Hospital - Veterinarians Coos Bay, OR 97420
In this difficult time we want to remind everyone we are here for you!
With that in mind, We have a few changes to our daily operations
We are Here:
Monday 8:30am to 5:00pm
Tuesday 9:00am to 5:00pm
Wednesday 8:30am to 12:00pm
Thursday 8:30am to 5:00pm
Friday: Closed/By Appointment
We have limited staff, and are offering curbside assistance with our numbered spaces.
Due to the State Order, Spays and Neuters are postponed until at least June 15th.
Please don't hesitate to call or email with any questions or concerns!
Top 10 non-Chemical Parasite Control Tips
Non-chemical control strategies are part of a comprehensive parasite surveillance program. By making at least one annual parasite control trip to the farm and discussing these strategies, you can help owners assess which ones might be realistic for their individual farms. Tips for reducing parasite egg and larvae buildup in the environment include the following:
1.) Cross-graze pastures with other ruminant species, preferably sheep.
2.) Keep pastures mowed.
3.) Don't overstock pastures or allow pastures to become overgrazed.
4.) Remove manure from pastures and paddocks at least twice weekly.
5.) During hot, dry weather, harrow or rake pastures to disperse manure piles and expose larvae to the sun. Rest the pasture a minimum of four weeks after harrowing.
6.) Harvest hay crop off pastures.
7.) Plant an annual crop such as winter wheat.
8.) Feed hay and grain in raised containers and not directly on the ground.
9.) Clean water sources regularly to prevent fecal contamination.
10.) Compost manure. Properly composted manure will kill strongyle larvae and many ascarid eggs.
Exceptional pet care for extraordinary pets
Morgan Veterinary Hospital is a full-service veterinary medical facility, located in downtown Coos Bay, Oregon. The professional and courteous team at Morgan Veterinary seeks to provide the best possible medical, surgical, dental care and wellness for our highly-valued patients
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