This mixed animal veterinary meeting is held in Florida in January 2020.
A fourth horse has been confirmed positive for equine herpesvirus myeloencephalopathy in San Bernardino County, California.
Zimeta was approved for the control of fever in horses.
Research findings indicate that furosemide is capable of attenuating EIPH for a longer duration than traditionally believed.
This draft is intended to provide additional information and clarity to veterinarians and pharmacists about FDA's current thinking with respect to animal drug compounding from bulk drug substances.
The Kentucky State Veterinarian's office directed Kentucky racetracks and training centers to not allow Remington Park horses entry without the State Vet's approval.
One horse in the quarantine barn and a horse in a different barn tested positive for EHV-1, but they have no clinical signs or fever.
A neurologic horse admitted to the Virginia Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine Large Animal Hospital was euthanized November 18.
Two Quarter Horse mares were euthanized presumably due to neurologic herpesvirus in November.
One veterinarian reported possible multiple horses sick after local show.
A third horse was euthanized and another horse has neurological signs on the San Bernardino County premises where neurologic herpesvirus was diagnosed.
The Jockey Club applauds the creation of the Thoroughbred Safety Coalition.
Dr. Rebecca McConnico joined other experts to help develop and improve protocol for equine disaster medicine for the AAEP.
A new toolkit has been created to help support colleges of veterinary medicine in the aftermath of a student’s death by suicide.
Two horses at a premises in San Bernardino County, California, now have been euthanized due to severe neurologic equine herpesvirus.
A Thoroughbred mare has been euthanized due to neurologic herpesvirus at Remington Park racetrack in Oklahoma.
This year's educational event at CSU focuses on the equine nervous system.
A Quarter Horse mare from San Bernardino County in California was euthanized due to the severity of neurologic herpesvirus.
Horses in Tennessee and South Carolina were confirmed with West Nile virus.
Penn Vet announced that Katrin Hinrichs, DVM PhD, DACT, is the new chair of the Penn Vet Department of Clinical Studies.