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Quarantine.

     Don't forget to Quarantine!  Quarantine is essential for a minimum of 21 days.  If a horse shows any symptoms, quarantine should be extended to 21 days after the last symptoms.  Check with your veterinarian for more specifics on your horse.  Most horses have been exposed to contagious ailments that you don't want in your barn.  There are many quarantine options associated with most killpens.

 

Quarantine Facilities in Pennslyvania

Nancy Diaz (717)-413-694
Cindy D (484)678-3785 
Elenour Vallone (610)850-4992 
Elaine Graybill (717)538-4175
Kelly Gephardt (724)719-1388
Laurie Brinkworth (631)332-9863
Eleanor Vallone (610)990-6518
Pocono Equestrian (570)348-9795