Kate L. Hepworth-Warren, DVM, DACVIM
Although usually not fatal, this devastating respiratory virus causes substantial economic loss and performance impairment.
This diagnostic tool can provide a wealth of information about the structure and function of the respiratory tract.
I got a positive for EHV-2 and EHV-5 on a nasal swab. What does that mean?
Clients are often quick to place blame on the new horse for introducing strangles to a herd, but veterinarians who provide appropriate client education can control the pandemonium before it begins.
Big colons can lead to big problems. Thats why veterinarians who treat horses should understand current diagnostic and treatment best practices for this potentially lethal condition.
Despite the existence of highly effective vaccines, cases are on the rise. Its up to veterinarians to educate horse owners that this vector-borne disease still poses a very real threat.