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Fluvac Innovator® 6 Equine Vaccine by Fort Dodge

Fluvac Innovator® 6 Equine Vaccine by Fort Dodge
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Frequently Asked Questions

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Q.  What is Equine Encephalomyelitis?
A.  Eastern Equine Encephalomyelitis (EEE), Western Equine Encephalomyelitis (WEE), and Venezuelan Equine Encephalomyelitis (VEE) are mosquito-borne viral diseases that affect the horse's nervous system. They can also be transmitted to humans by an infected mosquito. This disease may also be known as sleeping sickness. Please see article on EEE, WEE, VEE for more information on this disease.


Q.  What is Equine Influenza?
A.  Equine Influenza is caused by a type A virus, which is related to (but not the same as) the organism that causes the flu virus in humans. This is a virus of the respiratory system that can be spread easily from horse to horse as a result of droplets released into the air when the infected horse coughs. It can also be spread via nasal discharge and from infected items such as brushes and combs. This disease is highly contagious. Please see article on Equine Influenza for more information on this disease.


Q.  What is Equine Rhinopneumonitis?
A.  Equine Rhinopneumonitis is caused by the equine herpesviruses EHV-1 and EHV-4. EHV-1 is the most virulent and can cause respiratory symptoms, abortion, foal death, and paralysis. EHV-4 causes respiratory symptoms similar to the common cold in humans and mostly affects young horses. Please see article on Equine Rhinopneumonitis for more information on this disease.


Q.  What is Tetanus?
A.  Tetanus, also known as lockjaw, is an infection caused by the gram-positive bacterium Clostridium tetani. C. tetani can enter the body via puncture wounds. Tetanus is characterized by respiratory paralysis, spasms, and rigidity of voluntary muscles. Please see article on Tetanus for more information.


Q.  How should I store my vaccines once I receive them?
A.  You should always store the vaccines that you buy in the refrigerator. For best results, do not take them out of the refrigerator until you are ready to administer them.


Q.  I'm having my vaccines shipped by 1-day air. What other steps can I take to make sure that they stay cold but do not freeze?
A.  If you are not going to be at the delivery point, in the summer leave a cooler with ice packs outside the door with instructions for the delivery person to place the vaccines in the cooler. In the winter, a cooler may also be used to insulate the vaccine and prevent it from freezing. When you place your order, let the operator know you are doing this so we can also place instructions for the delivery person.


Drs Foster and Smith Articles

Equine Vaccine Product Chart
Horses should be vaccinated against all diseases they may be exposed to, including at home or if you travel with your horse. Discover & compare which horse vaccine is right for your horse.
Vaccination Schedule for Horses
Vaccinate your horse against all diseases he may be exposed to, including at home or if you travel with your horse. This chart is a guideline of the vaccines suggested for some general ages and classes of horses.
Common Infectious Horse Diseases
Infectious diseases are those diseases that horses can get from each other, or via a vector, such as a mosquito, which may transmit the disease from horse to horse. Horse owners can vaccinate their horses against many of these diseases.
Equine Encephalomyelitis
Equine Encephalomyelitis is a disease that affects the nervous system. This disease is caused by at least three different types of equine encephalomyelitis viruses (Eastern, Western, and Venezuelan), which are carried by mosquitoes.
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