The Equine Disease Communication Center (EDCC) and the AAEP wish to update you regarding the neurologic form of equine herpesvirus infection (EHM) in Florida, as well as provide resources about the disease for use in your practice.
There is NO cure for Equine Infectious Anemia and the only way to accurately identify the virus is a Coggins, a blood test that detects antibodies to the disease
Horses are what we call long day breeders, meaning that mares reproductively cycle during the time of year when the days are longer (April through August). During the winter when the days are short
People who have horses know that their horses are particularly prone to wounds. Small cuts that usually never amount to much are quite common. Larger, more serious wounds
When Rachel Ibarra’s 29-year-old Standardbred mare Warning Whistle, aka Shadow, presented with colic symptoms, she did what most horse owners do – they follow
“He looked normal until you noticed that one whole side of his nose was smooshed in,” she said. “Jack was born with a condition called wry nose (or wry mouth, as
Pulling a horse through colic surgery is difficult enough, but when a 26-year-old gelding with Cushing’s Disease is the patient, it takes a talented surgeon and a dedicated nursing staff