UC Davis Center for Equine Health Horse Report


Articles by CEH UC Davis

Emerging Equine Disease: Four Diseases/Syndromes to Watch

In 1968 the U.S. Surgeon General proclaimed that the war on infectious diseases had been won. Unfortunately, this statement was not true. Ongoing outbreaks of disease in humans and animals worldwide have established repeatedly that the war on Read More

Awakening the Dormant Dragon: The Neurological Form of EHV-1

Recently, a number of racetracks, private veterinary clinics, and university teaching hospitals outside of California were shut down to limit the spread of the neurological form of equine herpesvirus-1 (EHV-1) infection.

California had at Read More

UC Davis Veterinary Emergency Response Team Rides to the Rescue

John Madigan, DVM, MS, Dipl. ACVIM, director of the UC Davis Veterinary Emergency Response Team, is a specialist in equine neonatology who has ventured beyond his field into the arena of disaster medicine and large animal rescue work. As a Read More

Disaster Preparedness for Horse Owners

Disasters can happen anytime and anywhere and can take many different forms, from barn fires to earthquakes, from a propane line explosion to flooding from a violent storm. Any of these might necessitate evacuation. If you have horses or Read More