Beasley Equine Clinic uses WEST NILE-INNOVATOR® vaccine to aid in the prevention of West Nile. WEST NILE-INNOVATOR is the veterinarian’s first choice for core disease protection and has been shown to provide an immune response to West Nile virus that is four times more than a big one-shot combination vaccine. West Nile virus is fatal in 33% of horses that exhibit clinical signs of disease. Vaccination is the most effective way to help protect horses against West Nile virus. If vaccinated, horses have shown to be 30 times less likely to contract West Nile virus.
Vaccinate with WEST NILE-INNOVATOR – no other vaccine has helped protect more horses.
Eastern Equine Encephalomyelitis (EEE) A mosquito-borne disease that can kill 75% to 90% of afected horses. Horses should be vaccinated annually. Consider semiannual vaccination for horses where mosquitoes are active year-round.
Western Equine Encephalomyelitis (WEE) A potentially fatal, mosquito-borne disease found primarily west of the Mississippi River. Horses should be vaccinated annually. Consider semiannual vaccination for horses where mosquitoes are active year-round.
Tetanus An often-fatal disease caused by the bacterium Clostridium tetani found in soil and feces. All horses should be vaccinated annually
Equine Herpesvirus (EHV) Also known as rhinopneumonitis, EHV Type 1 and EHV Type 4 viruses can cause fever, lethargy, nasal discharge and cough. Vaccinate horses annually. Consider semiannual vaccination for horses less than 5 years old, horses on breeding farms and performance/show horses at high risk.
Equine Influenze A highly contagious respiratory disease that causes fever, coughing and nasal discharge. Vaccinate low-risk horses annually, and high-risk horses semiannually. Consider semiannual vaccination for horses less than 5 years old and for performance/ show horses.
Rabies Vaccine Imrab 3
An invariably fatal neurological disease caused by the bite of an infected animal. All horses should be vaccinated annually
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