Merck Animal Health and UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine released some findings from the last six months of 2019.
An equine premises in Oakland County, Michigan, has two positive cases of equine strangles after having confirmed cases in April.
In Episode 30 we discuss the Unwanted Horse Veterinary Relief Campaign, which provides needed vaccines to equine retirement and rescue facilities.
The outbreak at this farm has an epidemiological link to Woodbine Racetrack in Ontario, where an outbreak of EHM was first reported on May 18.
Seven new premises have been confirmed with vesicular stomatitis virus cases since May 14, marking continued spread of the disease.
This is a Facebook Live event with music, special guests and prizes celebrating horses and all who care for these majestic animals.
In Episode 29, Dr. Louise Southwood talks to practitioners about dealing with colicky horses and their owners.
SDMA was studied in hospitalized neonatal foals and broodmares.
Vesicular stomatitis virus (VSV) continues to spread in 2020.
The North Dakota Department of Agriculture has confirmed one positive case of neurologic herpesvirus in Ward County.
Barn 12 at Woodbine Racetrack is under quarantine after two horses tested positive for neurologic herpesvirus.
Dr. Colleen Best hopes a result from the pandemic is that veterinarians can put to rest the saying you should work like you don't have a family and you should parent like you don't work.
American Horse Council President Julie Broadway gives her thoughts about steps to take to reopen the equine industry.
Episode 32 of the Daily Vet Life podcast discusses the state of the horse industry with Julie Broadway, president of the American Horse Council.
A premises in St. Clair County, Michigan, has one positive case, three suspect cases, and 55 horses exposed to strangles.
Arizona and New Mexico each have three new VSV-positive equine premises and Texas has three positive cattle premises.
In Episode 31, American Horse Council (AHC) president Julie Broadway explains how that national organization is in Washington to "speak on your behalf" in matters pertaining to the equine industry.
In Episode 28 we talk to Dr. Amy Grice about the importance of personal financial wellness for veterinarians.
In Episode 27 we talk to Dr. Amy Grice about how this large group of practicing veterinarians can stay connected and supported.
In Episode 25, Dr. Margo Macpherson talks about what veterinarians who are hiring new graduates can do to enhance the careers of these new practitioners.
Episode 24 discusses the importance of celebrating vet school graduation during the COVID-19 pandemic with Dr. Margo Macpherson.