Spring is vaccine season! UC Davis equine clinician and infectious disease expert Dr. Nicola Pusterla shares the latest on this important topic in the spring issue of the UC Davis Center for Equine Health’s Horse Report. The issue answers common questions about equine vaccines, including:
- What is a standard vaccination program for horses?
- Does my horse have to be vaccinated every year? What happens if my horse misses a year?
- Can I “check for titers” to determine if my horse needs to be vaccinated?
- Is it OK to change vaccine manufacturers?
The issue also features information on West Nile virus, “10 Things You Might Not Know About Equine Vaccines”, and much more!
View the spring 2021 issue of the Horses Report at https://cehhorsereport.vetmed.ucdavis.edu/. Past issues, including the fall 2020 issue on equine biosecurity, are available at https://cehhorsereport.vetmed.ucdavis.edu/issues.
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About the Horse Report
The Horse Report is the outreach publication for the UC Davis Center for Equine Health, a unit of the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine. It aims to inform horse owners, breeders, riders and trainers about advances in equine veterinary care that could benefit their horses’ health and performance. The online issues span from 2006 to the present, covering a wide variety of topics relevant to equestrians and veterinarians. All issues can be accessed at https://cehhorsereport.vetmed.ucdavis.edu/. Subscribe (free) to the Horse Report at: https://lp.constantcontactpages.com/su/5OlwtlK.
About the UC Davis Center for Equine Health
As part of the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine, the Center for Equine Health is dedicated to advancing the health, welfare, performance and veterinary care of horses through research, education and public service. We accomplish this by providing academic leadership and by serving as the organizational umbrella under which equine research is funded and conducted at the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine. We bring together research facilities, students, veterinary residents, researchers, and veterinarians to tackle important problems affecting horse health. For more information about the Center for Equine Health, please visit https://ceh.vetmed.ucdavis.edu/.
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