Three forms of Anthrax in Animals
Mostly found in sheep, cattle, and goats. Most frequently occurs in the beginning of an outbreak. Death will occur suddenly after showing signs of hemorrhaging in the brain.
Mostly found in sheep, cattle, and horses. Some symptoms are: fever, excitement followed by depression, difficulty breathing, uncoordinated movement, convulsions, and eventually death. [Unknown author, 1997]
Occurs in species that may not be susceptible to anthrax such as: pigs, cattle, horses, and dogs. Symptoms are foaming at the mouth and edema.