Vaccination Essentials: Tetanus, Rabies, and Botulism
- By Karen Briggs
- Apr 04, 2008
Ask veterinarians anywhere in North America and they’ll likely agree: If you vaccinate for nothing else, at the very least vaccinate for tetanus, rabies and botulism. Given some of the risk factors for the disease, vaccinating against botulism, rabies and tetanus ought to be a part of our yearly health care routine for our horses.
Tetanus, rabies, and botulism are extremely dangerous diseases in the horse, but are preventable if you take the proper precautions and get your horse vaccinated. This free report provides the horse owner and caretaker with an overview of tetanus, rabies and botulism and includes recommended vaccination schedules for each. Your veterinarian can help you decide whether you should vaccinate against these diseases.
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