Operational guide for animal care and control agencies sanitation and disease control in the shelter environment introduction the humane operation of an animal shelter requires that it be a healthful and sanitary environment prevention of disease is typically easier and more cost effective. Animal sanitation and disease control by r r dykstra unknown edition. Animal sanitation and disease control study flashcards learn write spell test play match gravity created by mhernandez565 terms in this set 411 an illness that affects a person animal or plant a condition that prevents the body or mind from working normally merriam webster dictionary disease a condition of the living animal or plant body or of one of its parts that impairs . The challenge of disease control in most shelters is even greater than that faced by veterinary clinics many animals enter shelters in poor health malnourished stressed and with no history of vaccination some animals will already be shedding various harmful pathogens with or without showing any signs of disease with all this disease around and so many opportunities for transmission one . Some parasiticides or insecticides which destroy animal parasites such as lice mites ticks and fleas are termed as disinfectants used externally under sanitary control programme many but not all disinfectants are also destructive to these external parasites such as coal tar petroleum nicotine sulphate solution sodium fluoride
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