Equine HealthHealth of the horse
In the last two years there have been records for forest fires and there are concerns about the possible effects of prolonged exposure to fumes and related atmospheric contamination on horse populations.
Please click here for information about Wildbrandrauch and its effects on equines. A lot of equestrian activities take place in summers when it's warm. Contains some important hints on how to avoid heat-related issues in your equine body, as well as a four-point rating to determine your horse's health before serious symptoms of fatigue begin.
Please click here for information on how to take good grooming of your stallion in warm climates. To have an upscale section on EHV-1, complete with information on how to deal with ill equines, diagnosis tests, checks, etc. Whitepaper on Equine Herpes Myeloencephalopathy (EHM) erstellt vom Center for Equine Health und dem William R. Pritchard Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital, School of Veterinary Medicine, University of California, Davis, 26. mai 2011.
Phase-II recommendations for show/event manager regarding EHV-1 biosafety procedures published by CDFA veterinaries and the School of Veterinary Medicine Department, University of California, Davis, June 8, 2011. Instructions for setting up a disease isolation unit on a farm or horse show, taken from the Horse Report on Equine Herpesvirus-1 (April 2007).
Information on bio-security policies and other handy information can be found in The Horse Report, edition on Equine Herpesvirus 1. Scientists' overview of recent trends in diagnosis, treatments, prevention and biosafety protocol, 2009. Female hoof roe in equidae remains a major health concern, often leading to either chronical paralysis or early deaths.
Registered incident rates vary from 7-34% of equine cases and have been recognized as one of the top research priorities among research sponsors at home and the American Association of Equine Practitioners. Remember that the laminate fabric is really to blame for hanging the animal inside the coffin capsules. Fury is a multiple cause equine dystrophy disorder.
Furthermore, many equines experience subclinical laminitis, which is not diagnosed over the course of the years and makes the condition even more chronic. The equine flu, due to the equine flu A virus typ 2 A/equine 2 is one of the most frequent infections of the horse's airways. This is an endemic species in the horse populations of the United States and much of the rest of the globe.
Here you can find out more about AAEP's equine flu. The West Nile Virus (WNV) was a serious issue in California in 2007. Equine Health Centre would like to encourage equine farmers to stay alert when it comes to updating the vaccination of their animals and to comply with advice to avoid the spreading of this mosquito-borne ailment.