EQUINE VIRAL ARTERITIS-A GUIDE FOR OWNERS AND VETS
By Karly Lanz, Janelle Merritt, and Tamara Quaschnick







Equine Viral Arteritis (EVA) is a contagious disease caused by an arterivirus, which is a member of the coronavirus-like superfamily. This virus affects horses, donkeys, and mules. There are various clinical signs that are present with infection and some horses may not present any clinical signs! It is of economic importance in the equine breeding industry and on race tracks as well. Click on the links below to learn all about Equine Viral Arteritis.



mare and foal
For Stallion Owners
For Mare Owners
For Veterinarians
Disease Info for Owners
For Non-breeding Stock Owners
Frequently Asked Questions
Important Links
 



                     This webpage was produced for WCVM VTMC 333.   All photos unless otherwise credited are the property of Tamara Quaschnick.