West Nile virus kills about one third of all horses infected.
Spring is the time to vaccinate your horse or get a booster shot against West Nile virus. The disease affects the horses nervous system and symptoms include confusion, trouble walking, fever and stiffness. If you think your horse has West Nile, contact your local veterinarian.
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