For many of us, equine vaccines seem pretty simple and boring—halter and restrain horse, pop in a needle and release contents, then a short time later the horse will be protected against that disease. Equine vaccination is a lot more complicated than it seems, and the various factors affecting immunity and vaccination provide seemingly limitless possibilities for new technologies and ways to get vaccines into horses. Tomorrow’s vaccine technology and delivery methods promise better immunity for horses.
The goals of improving vaccines include better immune response, more relevant strains, and fewer adverse reactions. In this free report, we’ll provide horse owners and caretakers with an overview of vaccinations. We’ll cover improvements, new delivery methods, DNA technology and more.
- Researchers Evaluate Horses as Model of Human Depression
- Veterinarians Urge Vaccination against West Nile Virus
- Increased Equine West Nile Virus Activity in 2012
- Researchers Seeking Horse Owner Help in Laminitis Study
- Study Evaluates Injectable Treatment for Tendon Injuries
- Alternative Treatment for "Roaring" in Horses (AAEP 2011)
- Treating Equine Upper Respiratory Tract Ailments (AAEP 2011)
- Local Anesthesia's Effect on MRIs of Horse Feet (AAEP 2011)
- Standing RLP in Horses Safe, Effective (AAEP 2011)
- Horse Vaccines in 2012: Where We Stand