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Please note that the MSU Veterinary Medical Center will be open for emergencies only beginning Thursday, November 23 through Sunday, November 26. The Hospital will reopen for normal business on Monday, November 27 at 8:00 a.m. Please remember to send food and medication refill requests in before Wednesday. Have a safe and happy Thanksgiving holiday!


  • Anaplasma, a tick born disease, is a cause of fever in horses that was previously uncommon in the state of Michigan. Recently, two horses brought to Michigan State University for diagnostics and treatment due to fevers have been diagnosed with anaplasma. Anaplasma is NOT contagious horse-to-horse; however, it is transmitted by the ixodes tick. If your horse is inappetent, lethargic, has a fever, or any of the other signs listed, please contact your veterinarian or Michigan State University's Large Animal Clinic for further evaluation and treatment.Health Alerts >