A veterinarian offers advice the steps to take if your horse could have been exposed to an infectious disease.
Vaccination and biosecurity can help keep your horse healthy when you take him off the farm.
An Australian veterinarian is researching the role tetanus vaccine has in preventing disease in horses in that country.
Vaccination reduces horses’ risk of contracting tetanus and botulism, two often-fatal diseases.
Disease control in developing countries must be cost-effective, practical, and acceptable to livestock owners.
With a selection of horse vaccines readily available on local feed store shelves, purchasing a handful for use in your barn might be something you’re considering. But are there equine health risks lurking behind a choice to forgo your veterinarian’s
Veterinarians from the University of California, Davis’, William R. Pritchard Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital are helping clients protect their horses from influenza, tetanus, dental problems, and other health risks by providing owners with a
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