Vaccinating Your Horse

May 30, 2018


With spring, vaccinating your horse becomes a priority. This presentation will present a logical approach to determining which vaccines are appropriate for your horse. The core vaccines recommended by the AAEP (American Association of Equine Practitioners), as well as other potential vaccines will be covered.


Presenter Information

Dr. Judy Marteniuk is an associate professor of equine medicine and extension in the Large Animal Clinical Sciences Department at Michigan State University. Originally from Canada, Dr. Marteniuk received her D.V.M. in 1975 at Western College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Saskatchewan, Canada. In 1984, Dr. Marteniuk received a Master’s Degree in animal nutrition at MSU.


Dr. Marteniuk practiced veterinary medicine in the field early in her career before joining the Michigan State University Large Animal Clinical Sciences Department. She educates veterinary students and works directly with clients and their horses. Her 30 plus years of experience make her a valuable member of the MSU Extension equine team.


Over the years, she has received several teaching awards from the university as well as volunteer awards for working with various therapeutic riding programs. Dr. Marteniuk lives in Perry, Mich., with her family and raises sheep, goats and chickens and has several horses pastured on her small farm.


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