G-12-1 Animals on Campus for Teaching Purposes
Animals allowed to be brought onto campus for teaching purposes would include:
- Animals used for hands-on training in the Veterinary Technician Laboratory.
- Animals used in the Veterinary Technician classroom or science lab for demonstration or hands-on training.
The following requirements apply to animals brought to campus for teaching purposes:
- The instructor is responsible for overseeing the care of any animals while they are in a campus classroom or lab. Including feeding, watering, and cleaning up soiling accidents.
- The instructor will always have the animal under control and the animal will never be allowed to run loose or be disruptive.
- Animals brought in campus classrooms and labs will be required to be current on their vaccinations.
- Animals brought in campus classrooms and labs will be socialized and will not be placed in a stressful or harmful and possible unsafe situation.
- No animal brought onto campus will enter any building other than those designated for teaching.