Mount Isa vet encourages locals to vaccinate horses against Hendra

Samantha Campbell
Updated July 15 2022 - 9:15am, first published July 13 2022 - 12:30pm
AAA Vet Clinic owner and veterinarian Dr Katelyn Stretton said horses need to be vaccinated to receive the highest quality of care. Photo supplied.
AAA Vet Clinic owner and veterinarian Dr Katelyn Stretton said horses need to be vaccinated to receive the highest quality of care. Photo supplied.

A Mount Isa vet is urging horse owners to vaccinate their animals against Hendra virus after Queensland had its first case in five years.

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Samantha Campbell

Samantha Campbell (nee Walton) has worked for regional and rural publications across New South Wales, Queensland and the Northern Territory. She is currently writing for the North Queensland Register based in North West Queensland. Email: samantha.campbell@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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