Equine Viral Arteritis: Causes, Symptoms ,Prevention and treatment

Equine viral disease control

Equine Viral Arteritis is a contagious viral disease of horses and other equine species caused by equine arteritis virus (EAV), an RNA virus of the species Alphaarterivirus equid¹.In this disease, viruses cause different problems in respiratory and reproductive systems. Equine arterivirus(EVA) is a contagious disease of horses caused by an RNA virus that can be … Read more

Horse Pox: Symptoms, Treatment, and Prevention in Equine Health

Horse pox has been recognized as a distinct viral disease affecting horses and other equids since ancient times, with references found in ancient Greek and Roman texts. Edward Jenner’s observations in the late 18th century on the protective effect of horse pox infection against smallpox contributed to the understanding of pox diseases and paved the … Read more

Equine infectious anemia

Equine infectious anemia (EIA) is geographically widespread throughout the world. Few countries can claim disease freedom, with the exception of Japan and Iceland. EIA continues to pose a threat to equine industries globally because of the potential risk of spread of the virus through international movement of horses. Of the equid species known to be … Read more

Vesicular stomatitis in Animals

Vesicular stomatitis is a viral disease of livestock transmitted primarily by biting flies and midges. The disease results in characteristic vesicular lesions that can occur on the muzzle, lips, tongue, ears, sheath, udder, and ventral abdomen. Vesicular stomatitis causes discomfort to affected animals and may result in loss of markets for live animals, meat, and … Read more

Bots Infection in Horses

Bots infection or Gasterophilus spp. infection is the  most widespread, even though rarely diagnosed is a gastrointestinal endoparasite in horses of all ages and foals “Bots,” the bot fly larval stage, is the phase found in the equine stomach. Gasterophilus intestinalis and Gasterophilus nasals are most usually observed in horses; other less commonly identified organisms … Read more

Strangles in equine

Strangles in equine, also known as equine distemper, is a contagious respiratory disease that primarily affects horses, ponies, and other equids. strangles, caused by the bacterium Streptococcus equi subspecies equi. Strangles can spread rapidly within a horse population, leading to serious health issues and economic losses. In this article, we will delve into the intricacies … Read more


Rabies is a serious viral disease that affects many mammals, including horses. Understanding the causes, symptoms, and prevention of rabies in horses is essential for horse owners and handlers to protect both the equine population and themselves. In this article, we will explore the various aspects of rabies in horses, including its transmission, diagnosis, prevention, … Read more

How Sciatic Nerve damage can initiate the lameness in Horse

Sciatic Nerve damage in horse

Sciatic Nerve damage in Horse cause lameness due to which horse cannot walk properly. History:- A Horse was brought to our clinic with a complaint that during running the horse was falling on the ground. Than she got wound on the hip region of hindquarter. Afterwards that the horse can’t walking in a normal way. … Read more