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The animal care attendant's role cline3

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  • 1. Protocol for Second Feedings Who?      All baby animals up to 6 months old All pregnant animals All small dogs All emaciated or thin animals All nursing moms Who decides?  Staff who intake the animal  Vet staff  ACAs who handle an animal and find that it’s too thin Communication  Notes on salmon colored sign :“SECOND FEEDING”  If the animal is moved, the sign should be moved with him/her  If the animal is not eating, a yellow card should be added with the date and your signature  If the animal is having diarrhea, this should also be noted on the yellow card Feeding Walk thru each ward to see if there are notes “SECOND FEEDING”

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