predators (e.g., barn cats) or guard animals (e.g., dogs, donkeys) used for pest and predator control, if applicable.
ii.Note how animal users are informed of pesticide use and how animal users may opt out of such use in specific areas.
h.Emergency, Weekend and Holiday Care [ , pp. 74-75]
i.Describe procedures for providing weekend and holiday care. Indicate who (e.g., regular animal care staff, students, part-time staff, etc.) provides and oversees care and what procedures are performed. Indicate qualifications of weekend/holiday staff if not regular staff.
ii.Describe procedures for contacting responsible animal care and/or veterinary personnel in case of an emergency.
2.Population Management [ , pp. 75-77]
Describe animal identification methods for each species (e.g., microchips, cage/tank cards, collars, leg bands, tattoo, ear tags, brands, etc.).
Describe procedure(s) for maintaining individual records on animals. Identify the species for which individual records are maintained, individuals (titles, not necessarily names) responsible for maintaining the records, and where they are maintained and how veterinary and IACUC/OB access is assured.
c.Breeding, Genetics and Nomenclature
i.Describe the programme for advising investigators on the selection of animals based on genetic characteristics.