A total of 28 new confirmed or suspect premises have horses with vesicular stomatitis.
Horses in Los Alamos and Valencia Counties in New Mexico have tested positive for vesicular stomatitis.
Two horses in Sandoval County, New Mexico, were reported positive for vesicular stomatitis.
One horse in Tom Green County, Texas, was confirmed positive for vesicular stomatitis, with five others exposed.
Eight horses were confirmed with equine influenza in Polk County, Florida, with 25 others exposed.
Six horses aborted and five horses were put down due to EHV-1 in a herd of 70 pregnant mares in Saskatchewan, Canada.
Dr. Peter Timoney, a world-renowned expert in infectious diseases of horses, talks about diseases that affect pregnant mares and the adolescent horse.
Dr. Robert Holland, whose practice has focused on respiratory disease, allergies and infectious disease in the public and private sectors, is the guest on this Disease Du Jour episode.
Two horses are positive and eight others exposed to strangles in Snohomish County, Washington.
A single case of equine infectious anemia was confirmed in Shelby County, Tennessee.
An update on the neurologic herpesvirus outbreak in Maricopa County, Arizona, acknowledge three additional confirmed positive cases.
Collateral ligament desmopathy of the distal interphalangeal joint is not uncommonly diagnosed in horses presenting for lameness isolated to the foot.
Dr. Bonnie Barr, an internal medicine specialist at Rood and Riddle Equine Hospital in Kentucky, talks about common neonatal problems in this podcast.
Dr. Tom Chambers, who heads the OIE Reference Laboratory for equine influenza at the University of Kentucky, is the guest on this Disease Du Jour podcast.