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West Nile virus in horses

Horses that develop neurologic problems may have been bitten by a mosquito carrying the West Nile virus. There is no way to prevent all mosquito bites, but a vaccination will protect your horse from becoming infected with West Nile.

Radio interview source: Dr. Wendy Vaala, VeterinarianIntervet/Schering-Plough

West Nile virus in horses

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