Adenovirus Hemorrhagic Disease (AHD)

A Deadly Deer Disease In Washington Prompts Calls For Precautions, KUOU, Sept 1,2017 Adenovirus Hemorrhagic Disease — or AHD — is common in other western states. Washington’s first confirmed case was found in a herd east of Goldendale. The disease is often fatal for fawns.

Deer virus can cause foaming at the mouth, Ashland Daily Tidings, June 28, 2016A virus may affect deer population around the Ashland area. Although only a handful of sick deer have been reported this year, the adenovirus hemorrhagic disease (AHD) can spread quickly through large populations of deer.

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