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post #1 of 8 Old 07-19-2010, 03:30 PM Thread Starter
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where to order shots from?

Just curious where everybody orders their shots from (if you go the online ordering route)?

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I personally use a vet, because I also do teeth and coggins and rabies (which is only allowed to be given by vet in my state). But I bought shots when I just got my horses and the cheapest place with the great service was valleyvet.com.
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post #7 of 8 Old 07-19-2010, 09:45 PM
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QHDragon, just a bit of advice... Not every web store carries all vaccines you want (I do remember having problems finding West Nile and Potomac Fever). So you have to decide what you want to give to your horse and then check all of them. Most probably you'll be required to order with 2-day or 1-day shipping, the shots are treated little differently from the rest of horsey stuff.
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Most probably you'll be required to order with 2-day or 1-day shipping, the shots are treated little differently from the rest of horsey stuff.
This is a good point and it pays to check on the shipping costs and where it is being shipped from. Some places add a lot of $$s for even 2 day shipping. One of the reasons I buy our vaccines from Jeffers Equine is that we're close enough that their normal, free shipping via FedEx gets here in 2 days and the vaccines are still cold.

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