Texas Horse Positive for ERBV

The horse, confirmed as having equine rhinitis virus B (ERBV) lives in Cooke County and is under quarantine.
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A horse in Cooke County, Texas, is positive for equine rhinitis virus B (ERBV), and three additional cases are suspected.
A horse in Cooke County, Texas, is positive for equine rhinitis virus B (ERBV), and three additional cases are suspected. | Wikimedia Commons

On Feb. 8, a 4-year-old Paint gelding in Cooke County, Texas, was confirmed positive for equine rhinitis virus B (ERBV). The horse developed clinical signs on Feb. 5, including fever, lethargy, nasal discharge, cough, and difficulty swallowing. He is now under voluntary quarantine, and three additional cases are suspected.

EDCC Health Watch is an Equine Network marketing program that utilizes information from the Equine Disease Communication Center (EDCC) to create and disseminate verified equine disease reports. The EDCC is an independent nonprofit organization that is supported by industry donations in order to provide open access to infectious disease information.

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