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TABLE OF CONTENTS,Code of Conduct 3, Animal Care Control Capture Methods Chemical Immobilization 5. Animal Care Control Capture Methods Mace 6,Animal Care Control Capture Methods Traps 7. Animal Facility Capacity Limitations 8,Animal Identification Guideline 9. Blank Page 10,Animal Identification Dog Licenses 11. Companion Animal Housing 12,Cruelty Neglect 13,Cruelty Neglect Animal Hoarding 14.
Dead Animals 16,Disaster Planning Response 17,Disposition of Animals Adoption 18. Disposition of Animals Animal Transfer Programs 19. Disposition of Animals Cruelty Neglect Cases 20,Disposition of Animals Euthanasia 22. Disposition of Animals Limited Access Shelters Rescue Groups 23. Disposition of Animals Pound Seizure 24, Disposition of Animals Release of Sheltered Animals 25. Extended Animal Care Control Concerns Animal Care Control Personnel. Reporting of Suspected Abuse of Dependent Persons 26. Extended Animal Care Control Concerns Community Cat Management 28. Extended Animal Care Control Concerns Dangerous Vicious Animals 29 P 1. Extended Animal Care Control Concerns Dangerous Vicious Dogs Resource 30. www nacanet org P 913 768 1319 F 913 768 1378 40960 California Oaks Rd 242 Murrieta CA 92562. Extended Animal Care Control Concerns Exotics 32, Extended Animal Care Control Concerns Law Enforcement Canine Training 33. Extended Animal Care Control Concerns Nuisance Livestock and Wildlife 35. Extended Animal Care Control Concerns Policy and Procedure Manuals 36. Extended Animal Care Control Concerns Training Collars 39. Extended Animal Care Control Concerns Wildlife Hybrids as Pets 42. Humane Education 43,Injured Animals 44,Leash Restraint Laws 45.
Lost Animals 46,Patrol Sentry Rescue Dogs 47, Personnel Training and Safety Ballistic Protective Vests 48. Personnel Training and Safety Bite Stick 49, Personnel Training and Safety Minimum Kennel Staffing Needs 50. Personnel Training and Safety Pepper Spray Citronella 52. Personnel Training and Safety Portable Radios 53, Personnel Training and Safety Pre exposure Rabies Immunizations 54. Personnel Training and Safety Safety and Wellness 55. Personnel Training and Safety Training Certification and Minimum Training. Requirements 57, Personnel Training and Safety Use of Electro Muscular Disruption Device EMDD on. Animals 58,Personnel Training and Safety Vehicle Safety 59.
Pet Protective Orders 60, Promotion of Proper Pet Responsibility Pet Management Training 61. Promotion of Proper Pet Responsibility Spaying Neutering 62. Rabies Vaccinations 63,Service Animals 64 P 2, www nacanet org P 913 768 1319 F 913 768 1378 40960 California Oaks Rd 242 Murrieta CA 92562. Code of Conduct, An Animal Care Control professional acts as an official representative of government with. rights powers duties and authority conferred by statute and is obligated and trusted to abide. by work within and enforce the laws of the state and their respective jurisdiction The. fundamental duties of an Animal Care Control professional include serving the community. providing protection for the public and animals and enforcing laws in that regard. An Animal Care Control professional shall perform all duties incumbent upon the position. without fear or favor and with impartial consideration and respect for every individual s status. sex race religion political belief or aspirations Animal Care Control professionals must. conduct themselves in a manner above reproach that does not bring discredit to their agencies. or themselves An Animal Care Control professional s character and conduct while off duty. must always be exemplary thus maintaining a position of respect in the community in which he. or she lives and serves, Animal Care Control professionals will never allow personal feelings animosities or. friendships to influence official conduct Laws will be enforced appropriately and courteously. and in carrying out their responsibilities Animal Care Control professionals will strive to. obtain maximum cooperation from the public Animal Care Control professionals will conduct. themselves in appearance and deportment in such a manner as to inspire confidence and. respect for the position of public trust they hold. An Animal Care Control professional will use responsibly the discretion vested in his or her. position and exercise it within the law The principle of reasonableness will guide the Animal. Care Control professional s determinations The Animal Care Control professional will. consider all surrounding circumstances in determining whether any legal action shall be taken. Animal Care Control professionals must exercise a consistent and wise use of discretion. based on professional animal control competence to preserve good relationships and retain the. confidence of the public When difficulty in choosing between conflicting courses of action. arises it is important to remember that education or advice rather than enforcement action or. arrest which may be correct in appropriate circumstances can be a more effective means of. achieving a desired outcome, An Animal Care Control professional will never employ unnecessary force or violence only.
using such force as is necessary and reasonable in the discharge of duty to protect the public. animals or the Animal Care Control professional While the use of force is occasionally. unavoidable every Animal Care Control professional will refrain from unnecessary infliction of. pain or suffering and will never engage in cruel degrading or inhumane treatment of any person. or animal P 3, www nacanet org P 913 768 1319 F 913 768 1378 40960 California Oaks Rd 242 Murrieta CA 92562. Animal Care Control professionals may see hear or learn confidential information in the. performance of their duties Individuals have a reasonable right and expectation to privacy and. confidentiality Such information shall remain and be kept confidential excepting where legal. ethical or performance of duty obligations require otherwise. An Animal Care Control professional will not engage in acts of corruption or bribery nor will. an officer condone such acts by other Animal Care Control professionals The public. demands that the integrity of all public servants to be above reproach Animal Care Control. professionals must therefore avoid any conduct that might compromise integrity and that. undercut the public confidence in an agency Respect from the public cannot be bought it can. only be earned and cultivated, An Animal Care Control professional or agency may be one among many organizations that. may provide law enforcement services to a jurisdiction It is imperative that an Animal Care. Control professional assist colleagues fully and completely with respect and consideration at all. Animal Care Control professionals will be responsible for their own standard of professional. performance and will take every reasonable opportunity to enhance and improve their level of. knowledge and competence Through study and experience an Animal Care Control. professional can acquire the high level of knowledge and competence that is essential for the. efficient and effective performance of duty The acquisition of knowledge is a never ending. process of personal and professional development that should be pursued constantly. www nacanet org P 913 768 1319 F 913 768 1378 40960 California Oaks Rd 242 Murrieta CA 92562. Animal Care Control Capture Methods Chemical Immobilization. Guideline Statement, Chemical immobilization of an animal has value under certain circumstances but should. only be used after the animal care and control personnel have received proper training and. then only as a last resort when all other methods of capture have failed Chemical. immobilization should be used only when the animal or the community is at risk if the animal. remains at large,Basis for Guideline, Chemical immobilization through the use of tranquilizing equipment and the drugs received. for immobilization present risks to the animal the animal care and control personnel or. bystanders A variety of factors such as the weather and the physical condition of the. animal can vary the success rate and should be taken into consideration. Guideline Recommendation, When chemical immobilization must be used it may be necessary to contact appropriate.
agencies to maintain crowd or traffic control such as police sheriff or department of. transportation Capture of an animal through the use of chemical immobilization should. involve consultation with a veterinarian whenever possible Complete documentation. pertaining to the procedure should be kept including but not limited to medical. observations before during and after chemical immobilization Adequate personnel should. be on hand to maintain visual contact with the animal until immobilization takes effect. Animal care and control personnel should receive appropriate initial training in chemical. immobilization as well continuing training to maintain competency and any certification. requirements A written protocol should be maintained by agencies utilizing chemical. capture The protocol should include but not be limited to the following components drug. and drug administering equipment animal handling and post capture care anesthetic. monitoring human health and safety In addition the agency should have a plan or policy. in place requiring regularly scheduled maintenance of the tranquilizing equipment. The aforementioned Guideline has been affirmed as duly adopted by the NACA Board. of Directors on September 03 2014,George W Harding IV MBA CAWA. Executive Director,National Animal Care Control Association P 5. www nacanet org P 913 768 1319 F 913 768 1378 40960 California Oaks Rd 242 Murrieta CA 92562. Animal Care Control Capture Methods Mace,Guideline Statement. CS or CN derivative deterrent sprays commonly known as MACE should not be used on. any animal for any reason,Basis for Guideline, CS or CN sprays do not affect animals in the same way they affect humans These. sprays cause permanent serious medical problems including death to animals These. sprays do not deter aggressive behavior and may increase aggression by eliciting pain. based responses,Guideline Recommendation, NACA recommends that no animal care and control personnel use any CS or CN.
derivative deterrent sprays commonly known as MACE on any animal for any reason. The aforementioned Guideline has been affirmed as duly adopted by the NACA. Board of Directors on September 03 2014,George W Harding IV MBA CAWA. Executive Director,National Animal Care Control Association. www nacanet org P 913 768 1319 F 913 768 1378 40960 California Oaks Rd 242 Murrieta CA 92562. Animal Care Control Capture Methods Traps,Guideline Statement. The use of live humane traps serves a valuable purpose in animal care and control. NACA strongly opposes the use of traps that capture the animal by the leg or snaring of. the animal Both traps are commonly referred to as leg hold or snare traps. Basis for Guideline, The humane capture of animals and the routine use of only humane types of equipment. should set an example for the community as to the animal control agency s dedication to. promoting positive animal welfare Leg hold traps and snare traps can cause significant. harm and even death to an animal in a cruel and inhumane manner. Guideline Recommendation, NACA recommends that traps used should capture the animal unharmed Agencies.
should develop and employ procedures and guidelines governing trap usage whether. the agency maintains or rents the traps These procedures should ensure the safety. and the humane treatment of the target or any animal trapped. NACA also recommends that agencies work to eliminate laws that allow the use of. inhumane leg holds or snares, The aforementioned Guideline has been affirmed as duly adopted by the NACA. Board of Directors on September 03 2014,George W Harding IV MBA CAWA. Executive Director,National Animal Care Control Association. www nacanet org P 913 768 1319 F 913 768 1378 40960 California Oaks Rd 242 Murrieta CA 92562. Animal Facility Capacity Limitations,Guideline Statement. The National Animal Care and Control Association recognizes that population. management practices shift because of changes in management philosophy or. national trends based on long term housing Policies for population management. should progressively and compassionately consider the capacity of the animal housing. facility and manage the population within that predetermined capacity. According to the Association of Shelter Veterinarians Guidelines for Standards of Care. in Animal Shelters operating beyond an organizations capacity for care is an. unacceptable practice and increasing the number of animals housed beyond an. organizations capacity for care is also an unacceptable practice. Basis for Guideline, Animals housed should be free of overcrowding disease and injury that may mentally or.
physically be detrimental to the animal s welfare caused by overcrowding and operation. of an animal holding facility in excess of its capacity. Guideline Recommendation, The National Animal Care and Control Association NACA recommends that each. animal holding facility evaluate and determine its capacity and manage the population. through adoption transfer foster or euthanasia in order to maintain a humane healthy. and safe population within this predetermined capacity NACA recommends that. www nacanet org P 913 768 1319 F 913 768 1378 40960 California Oaks Rd 242 Murrieta CA 92562 P 3 Code of Conduct An Animal Care amp Control professional

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