The Maryland Department of Agriculture has sent out a news release “strongly encouraging horse owners to make sure their equine friends are vaccinated against West Nile Virus and Eastern Equine Encephalomyelitis (EEE), two potentially fatal diseases that are spread by mosquitoes.”
“Preventing a disease is always less expensive and traumatic than treating it, so we urge horse owners to be proactive and vaccinate their horses now that mosquito season is in full swing,” said Maryland State Veterinarian Michael Radebaugh.
Please don’t hesitate to contact VMC with any questions and to schedule your appointment for vaccines.
To see the full news release go to http://news.maryland.gov/mda/press-release/2016/08/25/state-veterinarian-urges-horse-owners-to-keep-vaccinations-updated/
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