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    Mosquito-Borne Diseases In Horses

    Mosquito-borne ilnesses such as Eastern Equine Encephalitis, West Nile and Western Equine Encephalitis are on the rise. This doesn't bode well for either horses or humans. Many fatal cases are being reported in many states, even where activity has been low for years. Horses must be vaccinated against mosquito-borne illnesses, or the situation could become much worse.

    States like Florida have seen an increase in Eastern Equine Encephalitis across the state, and in many areas that are not usually affected. Typically, Eastern Equine Encephalitis is restricted to the south and southeast parts of the country, but cases are now being reported northern regions such as Michigan, Massachusetts, and Maine.

     

    The American Association of Equine Practitioners says that Eastern Equine Encephalitis, Western Equine Encephalitis and West Nile Virus are considered core vaccinations for horses, along with tetanus and rabies. Though annual vaccinations should happen in early spring, the AAEP also recommends boosters after five or six months.