Tips For Traveling With Horses

by | Jul 18, 2014 | News | 0 comments

As the peak season continues for horse shows and other events, Colorado State University veterinarians want to remind owners of the importance of taking preventative measures while traveling to avoid the spread of equine infectious disease.

With a variety of infectious diseases of concern, veterinarians advise that with advance planning, and a few common-sense preventative measures, you can help keep your horses healthy while traveling. It is also extremely important to watch and understand the symptoms of illness.

GlobalVetLINK’s MyVetLINK system is also a helpful tool to make traveling easier by allowing you to access your health documents real-time for equine interstate movement.

Read MyVetLINK.com, check out https://www.globalvetlink.com or call 515-817-5703.

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