Julia H. Wilson, DVM, Dipl. ACVIM

Julia H. Wilson, DVM, Dipl. ACVIM, is an Associate Professor of Veterinary Population Medicine and Division Head of Large Animal Medicine at the University of Minnesota.

Articles by Julia Wilson

Preventing Disease Spread: Don't Forget About Farriers

Farriers should practice smart biosecurity to prevent potential equine disease spread among properties. Read More

Vaccine Reaction: Calculated Risk?

I own a Percheron/Thoroughbred gelding who started to have severe allergic reactions to vaccinations last year. Read More

The Seized Horse

The economy is hurting and many horse owners have lost their jobs, homes, and, in some cases, their horses. Drought, pressure to raise grain rather than hay, and rising fuel costs have pushed hay prices to unprecedented highs. In an ideal world, Read More

Potomac Horse Fever: Cause and Treatment

Potomac horse fever (PHF) is a disease that affects horses during warm weather months, occasionally causing outbreaks of diarrheal illness in horses that are kept near rivers, streams, or in irrigated pastures.

The bacterium responsible for th Read More

Spring Fevers

Respiratory problems are frequent health issues for horses, and are often associated with microbial infections. For horse owners preparing for spring competitions or the birth of foals, a review of respiratory diseases is timely. Owners need to Read More