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If your horse survives one of these five infections, he might still suffer lasting effects. Learn which diseases most commonly cause post-infection illnesses and how they can impact a horse’s long-term health, use, and quality of life.
Horses can experience more than one disease process at the same time, an occurrence known as comorbidity. In this article, we’ll take a look at equine diseases such as PPID and laminitis that veterinarians most commonly see in conjunction with other conditions.
When a horse spikes a fever without the nasal discharge and other respiratory signs you’d expect to see with an infectious disease, the potential causes could be vast. In some parts of the country, a tick-borne disease could be a culprit.