Basic Animal Care I - Animal Facility Design

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Basic Animal Care I - Animal Facility Design
The many things you must take into account for the design and construction of your animal facility.

  
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1.  The design and construction of an animal facility has to take into account 3 basic things. By seperating then with commas, can you name them?
2.  The animals havecertain needs. Which of these comes first? (As in, more important)
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3.  Physical needs such as space, type of enclosure\cage, and _______________ are needed.
4.  The climate in the facility must also be proper with adequate temperature, ________, ventilation, and light. (Hint: Our Animal facility must improve this!)
5.  The following line gives examples that fit into a certain category of needs (example: physical needs), in which type of needs does it fit in? ( ___________ needs) : Companionship - dogs require contact with both humans and other dogs. Enriched environment - Radio, toys.
6.  To avoid boredom _______ stimulation is needed by stimulating sound, ____, touch and _____ (rhymes with bell). -- > Seperate by a comma and a space.
7.  In which of the 3 basic things does this statement fit in? : "" A clinic will require different things than a research laboratory or a boarding kennel."
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8.  Name one of the definition of convienience for an animal facility. ( Example: Easy place to work in) P.S: You can't use the example and remember that they come from the notes.
9.  What are some bad things about a corridor kennel?
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10.  One thing that many owners do not like is that there is minimal contact with people and mostly during feeding time in corridor kennels.
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11.  In a corridor kennel, the dogs can see another dog on the other side of its cage. This can be good for the animal, because it fills the need for _____________ to a point, even if there is no direct contact.
12.  A H Block Kennel does not house many animals.
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13.  In a H Block Kennel, how are the dogs emotional need fulfilled?
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14.  How is the dog's playgroun better in the corridor kennel compared to the H block kennel?
15.  Germs are easily transmitted in both the Corridor kennel and the H block kennel.
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16.  One of the good things about the corridor kennel is that if there are a lot of dogs, the care-giver doesn't have to do much walking thanks to the individual outdoor run.
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17.  With the individual outdoor run, by adding an automatic or manual ( but from outside the cage) gate in between the cage and the outdoor run, it can be safer for an animal care-giver if the dog is aggressive and the care-giver has to clean the cage.
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18.  The food preparation & grooming area is not very good in the corridor kennel, because the care-giver has to ________ a lot.
19.  Why are you more likely to bring your puppy to a H Block Kennel then a corridor kennel?
20.  Why is the playground area not the best idea in the H block kennel? Why would it need to be improved? ( Pick the best answer)
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21.  Why would one get a corridor kennel, even if a H block kennel seems like a better option. ( It is ____________.)
22.  Is it true that there is an area for sick dogs in a H Block kennel?
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23.  What are definite things to look for when buying floors for your facility design?
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24.  You have to be sure the floor is at the right angle so you can slope to the ________.
25.  The drain should have a _________.
26.  Why would a drain need a cover?
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27.  How big will your drains be if you have to hose down feces?
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28.  Name one thing the walls and ceilings should have as a characteristic. ( Example: No cracks)
29.  Give 1 characteristic the doors in an animal facility should have.
30.  Window sills should be avoided, because they bring unecessary dust and space.
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31.  If there are no windows, you should have proper _________.
32.  It is good to put cages directly in front of window.
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33.  It is best to have windows that do not open.
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34.  There should be a sink with hot and cold water in each room.
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35.  The corridors should...
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36.  Always wash hands when leaving a room to go to another animal room.
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37.  Electrical outlets should be placed near the sink for easy maintenance.
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38.  Electrical outlets should be insect, explosion and waterproof.
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39.  Electrical outlets must be at least.... feet away from sink or water source.
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40.  Light switch should be inside the rooms so that errors do not happen. (Accidental light switching when passing the corridors)
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41.  The environment should be constant and comfortable.
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42.  Each room should have it's own set of of environmental controls - ________ for temperature, light timers, thermostatically control exhaust fans, portable _________\de_____________, etc.
43.  There shouldn't be too many fluctuations in temperatures since it can be dangerous both to you and the animals. ___________ heating\cooling systems should be available in case of breakdowns in the system.
44.  Animal rooms should be draft free.
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45.  Most animal prefer about 50% humidity but can tolerate.....
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46.  Ventilation: Air should be exchanged ______ times per hour in order to keep a constant temperature and humidity as well as to eliminate odours.
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47.  Automatic control systems that turn lights on and off are not very good because they do not provide regularity.
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48.  Name something else that should be considered in an animal's environment.
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