Top Animal Health Links This Week (Mar 20-26)

Top Animal Health Links This Week (Mar 20-26)

Our top animal health links from the past week, with articles on companion animals, poultry, swine, small ruminants, wildlife, and more.

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Ontario Rabies Update for March 22nd - 1 New Case

1 new case of raccoon strain rabies, occurring in a skunk from Hamilton, and confirmation of a bovid, presumed with fox strain rabies, in Perth ...

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Avian Influenza Advisory for Small Flock Owners and Bird Fanciers

Avian Influenza Advisory for Small Flock Owners and Bird Fanciers

Considering the current avian influenza cases in the US there is a risk of re-emergence of HPAI in Ontario.

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Seoul Virus Infections in Pet Rats and Humans

Seoul Virus Infections in Pet Rats and Humans

Seoul virus symptoms in most people are relatively mild but, in rare cases, some people develop hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome (HFRS) which has a ...

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Two Confirmed Cases of Equine Herpes Myeloencephalopathy in Durham Region

Two Confirmed Cases of Equine Herpes Myeloencephalopathy in Durham Region

These are the first cases of EHM diagnosed in Ontario this year.

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27Mar

Top Animal Health Links This Week (Mar 20-26)

Our top animal health links from the past week, with articles on companion animals, poultry, swine, small ruminants, wildlife, and more.

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24Mar

PED and PDCoV Surveillance Update

It is time to think about where vehicles and people with direct contact with your barn have been, and what biosecurity protocols you can implement to reduce your risks

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24Mar

Ontario Rabies Update for March 22nd - 1 New Case

1 new case of raccoon strain rabies, occurring in a skunk from Hamilton, and confirmation of a bovid, presumed with fox strain rabies, in Perth County, at the same location as a previous positive case.

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"A flock of 18,000 chickens used for breeding was culled after testing positive for H7 bird flu, according to the agriculture department. It said the birds in far northwestern Georgia were likely infected with a form of the virus that is not highly lethal because the flock did not show signs of illness."

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