Salmonellosis in Quebec Foal

A foal in MRC Brome-Missiquoi was euthanized after contracting salmonellosis.

A suckling warmblood foal in MRC Brome-Missiquoi, Quebec, was confirmed positive for salmonellosis and euthanized.
A suckling warmblood foal in MRC Brome-Missiquoi, Quebec, was confirmed positive for salmonellosis and euthanized. | Wikimedia Commons

On August 17, a suckling warmblood colt in MRC Brome-Missiquoi, Quebec, was confirmed positive for salmonellosis. The colt developed clinical signs on August 12, including hyperthermia, respiratory difficulties, profuse liquid diarrhea, severe dehydration, cyanotic mucosa and severe electrolytic disorders. The foal has been euthanized. 

EDCC Health Watch is an Equine Network marketing program that utilizes information from the Equine Disease Communication Center (EDCC) to create and disseminate verified equine disease reports. The EDCC is an independent nonprofit organization that is supported by industry donations in order to provide open access to infectious disease information.

Brought to you by Boehringer Ingelheim, The Art of the Horse
Share
Related Articles
Horse in a stall
Strangles Case Confirmed in Wisconsin Boarding Facility
horse nose
Florida Dutch Harness Horse Positive for Strangles
horse in stable
Manitoba Horse Positive for EIA
Brown horse head of bay mare with water dripping from face, anim
Michigan Standardbred Tests Positive for Strangles
Newsletter
Don’t miss an important EDCC Health Alert! Get alerts delivered straight to your inbox by signing up for Horse & Rider’s newsletter.

"*" indicates required fields

Name*
Country*

Additional Offers

Additional Offers
This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.