Vet recommends horses be vaccinated against West Nile

As West Nile cases increase across the US, a new warning comes from the state veteranarian. Jewell Plumley urges horse owners to get the animals vaccinated now, and then have a booster shot administered at the end of August or early part of September since most of West Virginia's cases are in the early fall. Once a horse is infected with West Nile, there's no cure. There have been no human cases of West Nile so far this year in West Virginia, but some water pools with mosquitoes have tested positive.