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Vet Science Lessons 1-3 Flashcards
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In what year was The Humane Society of the United States founded?
Who was the initial chairman of the National Animal Control Association?
Which of the following is the largest animal rights organization in the world?
In what year was the first known use of animal rights?
Who founded PETA?
Which of the following is NOT an example of animal classifications?
Which of the following types of animals depend on humans for food and shelter?
Which of the following animals are raised and cared for by humans to produce food?
Which animals are threatened with extinction?
Which of the following is NOT an example of a production animal?
Pet owners spend the most money on which of the following?
Which law provides legal recourse to people who purchase animals from pet dealers which are later found to have a disease or defect?
Pet purchase protection law
Who created the Companion Animal Care Guidelines?
Which of the following is currently NOT a pet spending trend?
Increased veterinary spending
How many states have adopted laws allowing for pet protection orders?
Which of the following is responsible for enforcing the Endangered Species Act?
US Fish and Wildlife Service
Which of the following addresses transporting animals across state lines?
The 28 Hour Law
In addition to the bald eagle, the Bald Eagle Protection Act also includes protection of which of the following?
Before building dams, builders must consult with which group to prevent fish migration from being inhibited?
Bureau of Fisheries
At what age must wild horses be in order to be sold?
Which law was signed into effect in 1966 and regulates who may own or sell certain animals, and animal living conditions?
Which of the following is NOT an animal rights group?
National Animal Interest Alliance
Which of the following is NOT a true statement about the beliefs and actions of animal rights groups?
Support regulations of animal recreational sports
Which of the following it NOT an example of common practices for law enforcement in regards to animals?
Allowing the ownership of poisonous or dangerous animals
In which year was the Endangered Species Act signed into law?
Which type of animal breeds on their own while maintaining loose ties with humans?
Tamed Wild animals
Which act prohibits the illegal trade of any fish or wild animals which were taken, possessed, transported or sold in violation of any law, treaty or regulation of the United States?
Which of the following is NOT a federal law, but organizations must comply with it in order to receive funding from PHSP member agencies?
Public Health Service Policy
Which animal rights activist protested cruelty and research in "A Dog's Tale"?
What does PETA stand for?
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals
Which animal shares the most common behavioral and biological characteristics with humans?
Which of the following is the science of chemical substances and their effects on living organisms?
Which animal has been used in research pertaining to the eyes?
Which of the following animals can contract a condition similar to human AIDS?
Which animal is most often used in research and contains more than 90 percent of the same genes as humans?
Who was among the first to experiment on animals?
Which researcher was known as the prince of vivisection?
Who created the Theory of Evolution?
Who invented the process of pasteurization?
Which researcher used mice to produce the first transgenic mammal?
Who regulates the Animal Welfare Act?
Which of the following provides federal funding for animal research facilities?
What does IACUC stand for?
Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee
Which year was the Animal Welfare Act signed into law?
Which group is a branch of the United States Department of Agriculture?
Which of the following is the transplantation of living tissue from one species to another?`
Which human disease is related to the simian immunodeficiency virus (SIV), which effects non-human primates?
Which of the following was discovered after testing on cats and prevents the clotting of blood?
Which act requires minimum standards of treatment and care for animals?
Animal Welfare Act
Who wrote against animal experimentation with his book Animal Liberation?
Who was the first to divide organisms into two groups- plants and animals?
In the late nineteenth century, who experimented on dogs to evaluate their "conditioned" responses, like salivation?
Who suggested primates were capable of human emotions?
Which of the following administers licenses and registration to research facilities?
Surgical procedures were often first studied on which animal?
Who is responsible for creating the Veterinarian Oath and Principles of Veterinary Ethics?
How many principles of veterinary medical ethics are there in which a veterinarian must uphold?
A veterinarian shall respect the law and also recognize a responsibility to seek changes to which of the following?
What must a veterinarian safeguard in the confines of the law?
A veterinarian has the right to choose whom to serve, with whom to associate and the environment in which to provide patient care, except in which of the following instances?
Who enforces the Controlled Substances Act of 1970?
Who regulates the wholesale and pharmacy distribution of veterinary drugs?
Board of Pharmacy
Which of the following identifies the minimum standards required to enter the veterinarian profession and to remain in practice?
American Association of Veterinary State Boards
Which agency protects the health and safety of the public and animals through the regulation of the practice of veterinary medicine?
Board of Veterinary Medicine
Which agency requires appropriate warning or identification signs within a veterinarian office?
The Center for Veterinary Medicine is a part of which of the following administrations?
The USDA regulates vaccines through which of the following centers?
Center of Veterinary Biologics
Who enforces the Animal Drug Use Clarification Act of 1994?
"I will practice my profession conscientiously, with dignity, and in keeping with the principles of veterinary medical ethics." Where is this quote from?
Which of the following administrations requires a summary of occupational injuries, illnesses, and records?
Where must veterinarians be licensed?
In each state they practice
According to the presentation, which of the following types of insurance should a veterinarian have?
Professional liability insurance
Which of the following ensures animal drugs are safe and effective before approval?
Posting appropriate warning or identification signs is required by which of the following agencies?
In order to show proof of a veterinarian-client-patient relationship, how long must a veterinarian maintain patient records?
Cats represent what percentage of potential clinical growth?
What tool is used to help veterinarians successfully bond with their clients?
Which of the following is NOT one of the reasons for the increased cost of animal care?
Shorter animal life span
Which of the following is key to veterinary growth?
Cat friendly practices
Veterinary job growth is expected to increase by which of the following percentages by 2016?
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