Equine Influenza

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Equine influenza is a highly contagious respiratory disease that affects horses, donkeys, mules, and zebras. Clinical signs can include fever, malaise, nasal discharge, and cough. Find out how horses are commonly exposed to influenza and how to protect your horse in this free download!

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Robert E. Holland Jr., DVM, PhD, is a senior technical service veterinarian for Pfizer Animal Health. He served on the AAEP task force revising equine vaccination guidelines, and his research interests include virology, biomechanics, drug testing, and air flow.

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