Antimicrobial-resistant R. equi can persist in the environment at farms with a history of pneumonia caused by resistant R. equi infections.
This prospective cohort study compared salivary alpha‐amylase (sAA) activity and concentration in healthy horses to those with acute abdominal disease.
A recent JAVMA article looked at lameness and poor performance in cutting horses.
The survey revealed that compared to the economic recession of a decade ago, “the equine industry has firmly stabilized.”
Equine coronavirus infection should be suspected and tested for in horses presenting with acute onset of fever, lethargy and anorexia with no respiratory signs.
Using hand washing combined with alcohol-based hand rubs can keep veterinarians, staff and patients safer from contamination.
Productive relationships with clients are key to your success as an equine practitioner.