Montana veterinarian warns of West Nile virus risk in horses

05/26/2011 | Clark Fork Chronicle (Superior, Mont.)

Veterinarian Tahnee Szymanksi of the Montana Department of Livestock is urging equine owners to take measures to protect their horses from potentially contracting West Nile virus amid the heavy rains and standing water in many areas across the state. Dr. Szymanksi says vaccination and controlling mosquitoes are the best defenses against the mosquito-borne virus.

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