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Babesiosis (piroplasmosis)

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Babesiosis (piroplasmosis)

There are a number of tick-borne disease than can affect horses, including babesiosis. It is useful to know how to prevent infection, especially with increasing international horse movement, and the possible effects of global warming.

Babesiosis is a tick-borne disease

What is babesiosis?

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What causes babesiosis?

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What are the signs of babesiosis?

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How will my vet diagnose the disease?

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Can babesiosis be treated?

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How can I prevent my horse from contracting babesiosis?

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