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Problem Solver Series: How to Control Nuisance Birds on Horse Properties
by Sharon Spier, DVM, PhD, Dipl. ACVIM | Nov 11, 2022
Is my horse at risk of catching pigeon fever from another horse at my trainer’s barn?
by Multiple Authors | Jul 19, 2020
Know your common fly species, the diseases they transmit, and ways to deter them from your property.
by Equine Disease Quarterly | Apr 8, 2018
Officials confirmed cases of equine influenza, EHV, equine infectious anemia, and other equine infectious disease outbreaks.
by Stacey Oke, DVM, MSc | Mar 13, 2018
Use this four-step plan to keep equine infectious diseases in check.
by Edited Press Release | Nov 21, 2017
The “Advancement in Equine Research Award” gives $45,000 for infectious disease research.
by Equine Disease Quarterly | Jul 20, 2015
Reported diseases include equine herpesvirus, strangles, equine viral arteritis, contagious equine metritis, and more
by Erica Larson | Apr 16, 2015
The voluntary stop sale is due to reports of unexpected post-vaccination gastrointestinal issues in some horses.
by Doug Thal, DVM, Dipl. ABVP | Apr 2, 2015
Drought conditions pose unique health care and management challenges for horse owners. Here’s what you need to know.
by Edited Press Release | Mar 5, 2015
A conditionally licensed vaccine must have demonstrated field safety and a reasonable expectation of efficacy.
by Equine Disease Quarterly | Jan 2, 2015
Diagnosed diseases include strangles, influenza, vesicular stomatitis, hendra virus, salmonellosis, and more.
by Christy Corp-Minamiji, DVM | Jun 20, 2014
As pigeon fever spreads across the United States, so does information—and misinformation—about it. Here we’ll take a look at the true causes, treatments, and outcomes.
by Phoebe A. Smith, DVM, Dipl. ACVIM | Jan 3, 2014
Veterinarians are reporting increasing numbers of horses being diagnosed with pigeon fever.