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Old 10-11-2013, 01:49 PM   #1
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Default CDT vaccine - how to administer question

OK - pretty new to goats - we've had our two Nigerian Dwarf goats for a little more than a month. They haven't had their CDT vaccination yet, and i was going to give it to them this weekend. I don't have any experience with subQ injections. the only injection i have given is a IM antibiotic when our goats had a little sniffle. Are there any recommendations on where to give the injection at? I guess i'm just nervous about getting the needle placed correctly. Dosage? Our doeling is about 30 lbs, the wether is around 40 lbs - both born in June of this year.
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Old 10-11-2013, 02:41 PM   #2
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OK - pretty new to goats - we've had our two Nigerian Dwarf goats for a little more than a month. They haven't had their CDT vaccination yet, and i was going to give it to them this weekend. I don't have any experience with subQ injections. the only injection i have given is a IM antibiotic when our goats had a little sniffle. Are there any recommendations on where to give the injection at? I guess i'm just nervous about getting the needle placed correctly. Dosage? Our doeling is about 30 lbs, the wether is around 40 lbs - both born in June of this year.
Thanks! John
My favorite is the loose skin behind the shoulder in front of the ribs. Behind the "elbow". Pick up a tent of skin, plunge needle in the tent, draw back to make sure you do NOT see blood, and administer. Then rub like crazy!


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CDT is always 2cc. If they never had a CDT shot before than do a booster shot 3 weeks from first shot.

I like giving SQ shots in the neck where it meets into the body. Lots of loose skin there too.

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here is a link that shows a picture giving Sub Q where the neck meets the body..: ) hope it helps

http://www.thegoatspot.net/forum/f235/injectable-ivermectin-doseage-154746/

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I give my CDT shots in the "armpit" just so they walk out the medication ans it does not sit in one area. Just what I do.

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And I give mine in the front of the shoulder.

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I give mine over the ribs. My guys have cinches and straps the other places.



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