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internal parasites of the horse (Entozoa)

J.T Duncan

internal parasites of the horse (Entozoa)

by J.T Duncan

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Published by Presbyterian News Co. in Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Worms, Intestinal and parasitic

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination[2], viii, [11]-96 p. :
    Number of Pages96
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18908196M

    Tapeworms can afflict horses young and old. It is an internal parasite that needs an intermediate host. That host is the oribatid mite, which exists in a free-living form on pastures. More than types of internal parasites are known to infect horses. From a practical standpoint, the most important ones are strongyles, ascarids, tapeworms and bots. The digestive tract, or stomach and intestines, is the most commonly affected area, although larvae migrate through all tissues of the horse's cycles of strongyles and ascarids are similar in that they are.

    Control and Treatment of Equine Internal Parasites – Horse Internal Parasites. Horse owners need to understand that an internal parasite control program is a continual battle. Management practices include: Feeding hay in bunks or mangers; avoiding feeding on the ground. Regular cleaning of stables and paddocks. Avoiding overcrowding of pastures. Internal parasites lower the horse’s resistance to infection, rob the horse of valuable nutrients, and in some cases, cause permanent damage to the internal organs. In terms of management priorities, establishing an effective parasite control program is probably second only to supplying the horse with clean, plentiful water and high-quality feed.

    External Parasites. The external parasites of horses of significant importance are bot flies, biting flies, mosquitoes, lice, horse mange and ticks. Bot flies. Bot flies have four life stages as referred to in the section in internal parasites. The main problem of bot flies is the annoyance factor. HORSE HEALTH EDUCATION: PARASITES OTHER INTERNAL PARASITES Pinworms on manure. Lungworms — cause chronic coughing in horses, ponies and mules. Donkeys are the natural host of this parasite. Pinworms — lay their eggs on the skin around the horse's anus, creating an irritation that causes the horse to repeatedly rub its tail.


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Internal parasites of the horse (Entozoa) by J.T Duncan Download PDF EPUB FB2

The internal parasites of the horse (Entozoa) Paperback – Aug by J T Duncan (Author), Fairman Rogers Collection PU (Author)Author: J T Duncan, Fairman Rogers Collection PU. that live in the horse’s mouth and stomach during their parasitic exis­ tence prior to exiting the horse for a short life as flies.

The Parasites of the Horse. In general, we can categorize horse parasites within eight cate­ gories that account for more than 95 percent of the parasite presence in horses. These groups are presented in Table 1. I am a veterinarian with some experience in writing about horse parasites and their control.

I gave this book a 5 star rating because it is a good review for horse owners and veterinarians alike of the principles of parasite control.

There are sections on equine parasite biology, lifecycle, pathology, and factors affecting parasite transmission.5/5(3).

* Page. Length 43 Habitat 44 Numbers 44 Development 44 Symptoms 44 Diagnosis 45 Prognosis 45 PreventiveTreatment 46 MedicinalTreatment 46 Enemata, 47 Diet, 47 Sub-Sectionj.

Filariapapulosa, Form 48 Habitat Handbook of Equine Parasite Control, Second Edition offers a thorough revision to this practical manual of parasitology in the horse. Incorporating new information and diagnostic knowledge throughout, it adds five new sections, new information on computer simulation methods, and new maps to show the spread of anthelmintic resistance/5(2).

Handbook of Equine Parasite Control, 2nd Edition Handbook of Equine Parasite Control, Second Edition offers a thorough revision to this practical manual of parasitology in the horse. Incorporating new information and diagnostic knowledge throughout, it adds five new sections, new information on computer simulation methods, and new maps to show the spread of anthelmintic resistance.

The [ ]. Internal parasites are a primary cause of colic (abdominal pain) in horses and can cause or contribute to many respiratory, digestive, and performance problems. The severity of colic that results from parasites can vary from mild, intermittent colic to colic that needs surgery.

roundworms and tapeworms. Other internal parasites of mi-nor significance such as threadworms, pinworms and botfly larvae are often considered when designing a parasite control program.

Common Internal Parasites of the Horse Ascarid (Roundworm) Parascaris Equorum The horse roundworm is a very large (females may be up to 15 inches long), yellowish white nematode (worm) thatFile Size: KB. It’s not often that a traditional horse-keeping routine gets completely upended, but that’s exactly what has happened with equine parasite control over the last two decades.

After years of faithfully deworming horses every eight to twelve weeks, rotating among products of different chemical classes, horse owners in the mids were told.

Control of internal parasites is a cornerstone of equine management and a continual endeavor. Control programs should be tailored to each farm situation and require a cooperative program between the horse owner and the veterinarian.

The principal internal parasites of horses are nematodes. Two of the reviewed books mention internal parasites as part of an all-encompassing horse care system.

The other two only pertain to parasites of horses. The latter kind of books are not easy to find and often very expensive. In addition, they are not part of The Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County’s collection. The Internal Parasites Of Our Domesticated Animals: A Manual Of The Entozoa Of The Ox, Sheep, Dog, Horse, Pig, And Cat () [Thomas Spencer Cobbold] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks. The Internal Parasites Of Our Domesticated Animals: A Manual Of The Entozoa Of The Ox, Sheep, Dog, Horse, Pig, And Cat () by Thomas Spencer Cobbold (Author)Cited by: 1.

parasite burdens, a healthy horse will ward off more parasites than an unhealthy horse. Plus, healthy horses are better at repairing tissue damage caused by parasites.

Use an effective and strategic parasite treatment program (Figure 2). Table 1. The major categories of horse parasites. Scientific Name Barnyard Name Site of Infection Comment. Handbook of Equine Parasite Control, Second Edition offers a thorough revision to this practical manual of parasitology in the horse.

Incorporating new information and diagnostic knowledge throughout, it adds five new sections, new information on computer simulation methods, and new maps to show the spread of anthelmintic resistance. Tapeworms are a member of a class of internal parasites called cestodes.

The adult equine tapeworm is a flatworm, approximately 3 inches in length. The life cycle of this parasite requires an intermediate host, which is a tiny pasture mite that feeds on horse feces.

Internal Parasites of Horses There are several major internal parasites (worms) of horses, and control is aimed at reducing their numbers at. Internal Horse Parasites Strongyles. This is a class of equine parasites and can be further divided into large and small strongyles. Large Roundworms or Ascarids.

Ascarids are long, round, pale gray worms that can grow up to a foot long. They live in the Lungworm. Light micrograph of Lungworm Author: Katherine Blocksdorf.

Tapeworms. The tapeworm, Anoplocephala perfoliata, gathers around the junction between the small and the large intestine in the cecum. This parasite is. Symptoms of Internal Parasites in Horses Stomach bots (Gasterophilus spp.). Roundworms (Ascarids-Parascaris Equorum). Threadworms (Strongyloides Westeri).

Bloodworms (Large and Small Strongyle). Tapeworms (Anoplocephala perfoliata). Neck Threadworm (Onchocerca spp.). Some parasites can be seen on the horse. This includes mainly external parasites but also includes internal parasites that exit the openings in the horse's body.

Some parasites that can be seen on a horse's body include: Pinworms: These are long, thin, and white larvae that can be seen on the anus of the horse%(23). Bots are pesky creatures, capable of causing irritation and physical damage to horses. They aren’t categorized as being the worst of internal parasites, but .The most important intestinal parasites in horses are strongyles.

These are the cause of equine strongyloidiasis (parasitosis in horses caused by nematodes of the order Strongylida). They are the major cause of diseases by intestinal parasites in horses.