Horse Owners Needed for Equine Infectious Disease Survey

The Colorado State University College of Veterinary Medicine is looking for participants for a study on equine infectious disease issues. Shana Gillette, PhD, assistant professor in the department of clinical sciences at CSU, and Josie Traub-Dargatz, DVM, PhD, professor in the department of clinical sciences at CSU, are the co-principal investigators.

The purpose of this brief survey is to better understand which infectious diseases are of concern to the equine industry. The questions surround what diseases concern horse owners the most and how important it is that those concerns be addressed. All responses will be anonymous and participation is free.

Click here to complete the survey.

About the Author

Megan Arszman

Megan Arszman received a Bachelor of Science In print journalism and equine science from Murray State University in Murray, Ky., and loves combining her love of horses, photography, and writing. In her “free time,” when she’s not busy working as a horse show secretary or riding her American Quarter Horses on her parents’ Indiana farm, she’s training and competing her Pembroke Welsh Corgi and Swedish Vallhund in dog agility and running.

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