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Equine Vaccination Series

Of all the medical advances in the past couple of centuries, the one that might be the most remarkable is also the one we’re most likely to take for granted. Vaccines have changed the way we manage our horses, and how long they can live.

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Vaccines for Horses: Defending Against Disease

Vaccines have changed the way we manage our horses, and how long they can live.

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Influenza Vaccination

An overview of a common respiratory infection in horses, equine influenza.

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Controlling Strangles in Horses

Strangles is a highly contagious disease that affects lymph nodes and potentially other organs in the horse.

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Strategies to Enhance Vaccine Efficiency

Equine vaccines: the best defense is a good offense.

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Vaccinations for Youngsters

Answers to: At what age should you start vaccinating foals, and for what diseases?

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Vaccination Schedules for Adult Horses

Vaccination protocols for mature horses vary from area to area. What's right for your horse?

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What's New in Equine Vaccines

Equine vaccination is more complicated than it seems. Learn about various factors affecting equine immunity.

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Equine Herpesvirus (EHV) 1 & 4

Respiratory disease, abortion & neurologic disease in horses can all be caused by equine herpesviruses (EHV).

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Vaccination Essentials: Tetanus, Rabies, and Botulism

Ask any veterinarian anywhere in North America and they’ll agree: tetanus and rabies vaccinations are a must.

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Crossing Boundaries: Broodmare Vaccination

Vaccination of broodmares is one of the least expensive strategies breeders can use to protect mares and foals

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Equine Encephalitis:The Ever-Present Threat

Eastern, Western, and Venezuelan equine encephalitis are known killers, but vaccination can help prevent them.

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West Nile Virus: Threat and Response

In 1999 one in three equines that contracted West Nile virus in North America died due to naïve immune systems

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