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Unformatted text preview: rom theft and prevent sale of pets for research. This is a federal law, covering animals in research, companion animals, primates but NOT non­mammals, rats/mice for research, house/farm animals. This law is enforced by the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) with less than 100 inspectors in the country. What is the Humane Care for Animals Act? What type of law is this? A: State law in Illinois defining what is proper humane care for animals. What is meant by Owner’s Duties? A: Each owner shall provide for each of his animals: ● Sufficient quantity of good quality, wholesome food and water ● Adequate shelter and protection from the weather ● Veterinary care when needed to prevent suffering ● Humane care and treatment Which state(s) have defined “companion animal hoarder” in their legislation? What are local laws referred to as? A: Hawaii and Illinois; ordinances What type(s) of animal can be defined as a “service animal”? Which law states what a service animal is? A:dogs and sometimes miniature horses. ­ the americans with disabilities act defines service animal(ADA) The Veterinary Profession and Public Health What are some common characteristics of industrialized and agrarian societies that increase the frequency of zoonotic disease transmission in each?????? I think this is it A: The nature and extent of human­animal contacts •socioeconomic conditions •Religious beliefs and cultural influences •Climate and environmental disasters •Human and animal population movements •Animal management (intensive farming and waste disposal) •sharing home environment with livestock •Movement of animal populations •Limited human medical and veterinary medical facilities and •Low literacy rate •poor sanitation and hygiene •Environmental disasters such as floods, and earthquakes •AIDS epidemic •civil unrest and wars We spend more time in leisure activities •Ownership of pets is generally higher in industrialized societies •Yet there is still a segment of the population that practices poor personal hygiene •As societies grow, suburban populations intrude on wild animals There is more intensive livestock production •centralized food...
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/08/2014 for the course ANSC 250 taught by Professor Sarahalbert during the Spring '12 term at University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign.

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