Outbreak Alert: West Nile Virus in Tulare County, CA

Confirmed Case(s) – No Quarantine Source: California Department of Food and Agriculture Number Confirmed: 1Age: 1Gender: FillyBreed: Quarter HorseOnset of Clinical Signs: 9/5/2022Clinical Signs: ataxia (all 4), falling down, proprioceptive deficitsConfirmation Date: 9/12/2022Horse Status: Affected and aliveVaccination Status: unvaccinated Comments: For 2022, a total of seven (7) horses have been confirmed positive …

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Outbreak Alert: West Nile Virus in Gooding County, ID

Confirmed Case(s) – Voluntary Quarantine Source: Idaho State Department of Agriculture Number Confirmed: 1Number Exposed: UnknownFacility Type: Private FacilityAge: YearlingGender:  FillyOnset of Clinical Signs: 8/26/2022Clinical Signs: Abnormal behavior and movement initially noted, lethargy, fever, progressively unstableConfirmation Date: 9/1/2022Horse Status: RecoveringVaccination Status: Vaccinated Comments: Owner had relayed that the mosquitoes have been particularly numerous …

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Outbreak Alert: West Nile Virus in Elmore County, ID

Confirmed Case(s) – No Quarantine Source: Idaho State Department of Agriculture Number Confirmed: 1Number Exposed: UnknownFacility Type: Boarding FacilityAge: 1Gender:  MareOnset of Clinical Signs: 9/5/2022Clinical Signs: Appeared sedated/stuporous, ataxiaConfirmation Date: 9/7/2022Horse Status: RecoveringVaccination Status: Unvaccinated Comments: For more information about West Nile Virus (WNV), go to: WNV Factsheet. PressNews from the horse industry. Sharing today’s …

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Outbreak Alert: West Nile Virus in Tulare County, CA

Source: California Department of Food and Agriculture   Number Confirmed: 1;Facility Type: Private Facility;Age: 5; Gender: Stallion; Breed: Friesian; Onset of Clinical Signs: 8/23/2022;Clinical Signs: Recumbency and paddling; Confirmation Date: 8/31/2022; Vaccination Status: Unvaccinated;Comments: This is the 5th case of equine WNV in California in 2022. For additional information, go …

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Outbreak Alert: West Nile Virus in Uintah County, UT

Confirmed Case(s) – No Quarantine Source: State Veterinarian Number Confirmed: 1Number Exposed: UnknownFacility Type: Private Facility Comments: A second horse on a new premises in Uintah County has tested positive for West Nile Virus.  For more information go to: WNV factsheet.    PressNews from the horse industry. Sharing today’s information as it happens. The …

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Outbreak Alert: West Nile Virus in Sacramento County, CA

Confirmed Case(s) – No Quarantine Source: California Department of Food and Agriculture Number Confirmed: 1Number Exposed: UnknownFacility Type: Private FacilityAge: 4Gender: MareBreed: Thoroughbred (TB)Usage: RacingOnset of Clinical Signs: 8/7/2022Clinical Signs: Colic, facial/lip fasciculations, progressive ataxia and CNS signs.Confirmation Date: 8/19/2022Horse Status: Affected And AliveVaccination Status: Status Unknown Comments: This is …

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Outbreak Alert: Horse Euthanized – West Nile Virus in Uintah County, UT

Confirmed Case(s) – No Quarantine Source: Attending Veterinarian Number Confirmed: 1Number Exposed: UnknownFacility Type: Private Facility Noted: The horse was euthanized. For more information go to WNV factsheet.   PressNews from the horse industry. Sharing today’s information as it happens. The Northwest Horse Source is not responsible for the content of …

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Outbreak Alert: July 25 & 26, 2021 – Equine Herpesvirus- CA and West Nile Virus, WA

July 25, 2021 Equine Herpesvirus- Neurologic Sonoma County, CA Number Confirmed: 5; Number Suspected: 4; Number Exposed: 19 Facility Type: Showgrounds; Horse #1: Age: 6; Gender: Mare; Breed: Warmblood (WB); Onset of Clinical Signs: 7/23/2021; Clinical Signs: Hind-end Weakness, Limb edema, Nystagmus, Recumbency; Confirmation Date: 7/24/2021; Horse Status: Euthanized; Vaccination Status: Vaccinated; Horse #2: Age: 15; Gender: Gelding; Breed: Warmblood (WB); Onset of Clinical Signs: 7/22/2021; Clinical Signs: Ataxia, Cranial Nerve Deficit, Fever, Neurologic Signs, Urine …

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