"Veterinary Inspection Form" - Iowa

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Veterinary Inspection Form
Code of Iowa, Chapter 162, Care of Animals in Commercial Establishments
Licensed Facilities
Iowa Administrative Code Chapter 21-67.4(3) Veterinary Care states, in part:
i . Commercial establishments, excluding commercial kennels and boarding kennels, shall enter into a written
agreement with a veterinarian licensed by the state of Iowa to provide veterinary care for the animals maintained
in the facility. The agreement shall include a requirement that the veterinarian visit the facility at least once every
12 months for the purpose of viewing all the animals in the facility, making a general determination concerning the
health/disease status of the animals, and reviewing the facility’s program for disease prevention and control. If
during the course of the visit, the veterinarian identifies an animal that requires a more detailed individual
examination to determine the specific condition of the animal or to determine an appropriate course of treatment,
then such examination shall be undertaken.
j . Commercial kennels and boarding kennels must have a written agreement with a veterinarian licensed by the
state of Iowa to provide veterinary care for an animal in their care should veterinary care be required.
k. If during an inspection of a facility the department finds an animal which appears to have a physical condition or
disease that, in the opinion of the inspector, requires a veterinarian’s attention, the department may order that
the licensee subject the animal to a veterinarian’s examination at the licensee’s expense. The department may
require the licensee to submit written proof of the veterinarian’s examination and results of the examination
within a time frame set by the department.
Date of Inspection:
Facility Name:
Licensee or Business Representative Name:
Facility Type:
Facility Address:
Veterinarian Name:
Health/Disease Status of Animals:
Disease Prevention/Control Program:
Licensee or Business Representative Signature:
Veterinarian Signature:
Record Retention: This record to be maintained by the licensee, and made available to departmental personnel, for a
period of at least 24 months.
Version 12/2019
Veterinary Inspection Form
Code of Iowa, Chapter 162, Care of Animals in Commercial Establishments
Licensed Facilities
Iowa Administrative Code Chapter 21-67.4(3) Veterinary Care states, in part:
i . Commercial establishments, excluding commercial kennels and boarding kennels, shall enter into a written
agreement with a veterinarian licensed by the state of Iowa to provide veterinary care for the animals maintained
in the facility. The agreement shall include a requirement that the veterinarian visit the facility at least once every
12 months for the purpose of viewing all the animals in the facility, making a general determination concerning the
health/disease status of the animals, and reviewing the facility’s program for disease prevention and control. If
during the course of the visit, the veterinarian identifies an animal that requires a more detailed individual
examination to determine the specific condition of the animal or to determine an appropriate course of treatment,
then such examination shall be undertaken.
j . Commercial kennels and boarding kennels must have a written agreement with a veterinarian licensed by the
state of Iowa to provide veterinary care for an animal in their care should veterinary care be required.
k. If during an inspection of a facility the department finds an animal which appears to have a physical condition or
disease that, in the opinion of the inspector, requires a veterinarian’s attention, the department may order that
the licensee subject the animal to a veterinarian’s examination at the licensee’s expense. The department may
require the licensee to submit written proof of the veterinarian’s examination and results of the examination
within a time frame set by the department.
Date of Inspection:
Facility Name:
Licensee or Business Representative Name:
Facility Type:
Facility Address:
Veterinarian Name:
Health/Disease Status of Animals:
Disease Prevention/Control Program:
Licensee or Business Representative Signature:
Veterinarian Signature:
Record Retention: This record to be maintained by the licensee, and made available to departmental personnel, for a
period of at least 24 months.
Version 12/2019