For horses that do not travel and that are not exposed to other horses that do travel the core set of vaccines includes the diseases that you do not have control over the amount of exposure your horse has to them. These include: Eastern, Western and Venezuelan Equine Encephalitis, Tetanus Toxoid, West Nile Virus and Rabies Virus. All of these diseases can be deadly and are transmitted by biting insects, animals or open wounds.
For horses that travel or are exposed to horses that travel the same core of vaccines exists with the addition of Influenza and Equine Herpes Virus vaccines.
Pregnant mares need a full set of vaccines 4 weeks before they foal. This will give them better antibodies to provide their foal in their colostrum.
Zoetis (formerly Pfizer) vaccines, when administered by your veterinarian, are guaranteed and if your horse has been vaccinated with Zoetis vaccines, by a veterinarian, the company will pay up to $5,000 in treatment costs.
Call or message to set up a personal vaccination protocol for your horse and set up an appointment.