What is Vesicular Stomatitis, and How Can My Horse Catch It?

Dr. Paul Morley of Colorado State University explains how insects can transmit vesicular stomatitis between horses and cattle and horses, as well as other ways the disease can spread.
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What is Vesicular Stomatitis?
Photo: Courtesy Dr. Josie Traub-Dargatz

Dr. Paul Morley of Colorado State University explains how insects can transmit vesicular stomatitis between horses and cattle and horses, as well as other ways the disease can spread.

Listen to the full recording of “Vesicular Stomatitis: An Emerging Equine Disease” to learn more about VS.

Dr. Paul Morley of Colorado State University explains how insects can transmit vesicular stomatitis between horses and cattle and horses, as well as other ways the disease can spread.7/19/2016 14:41

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Paul S. Morley, DVM, PhD, Dipl. ACVIM, is a professor of epidemiology and infection control in Colorado State University’s (CSU) College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, as well as director of infection control for CSU’s James L. Voss Veterinary Teaching Hospital. He works extensively to develop methods for the control of infectious diseases in animals and people, including the use of infection control and biosecurity to manage health risks that are important in veterinary medicine, agriculture, and public health.

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