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Identification Plan

There are many methods of identifying a dog or puppy, therefore, the program does not dictate which method is mandatory.
Such acceptable methods are:

Water

A dog shall never be subjected to adverse health conditions due to lack of availability of water. Water containers shall be kept clean and free of debris.

Food & Nutrition

A dog shall never be subjected to adverse health conditions due to lack of availability of proper food or nutrition. Food bowls and feeders shall be kept clean and free of debris.

Dog Grooming

All dogs will be kept free from overgrown hair that would be considered an unhealthy condition. Clean all eyes, ears, bellies and privates. There shall be no matting on any dog to create an unhealthy condition. All ‘nails’ will be kept at a healthy length. All kennels will maintain needed grooming equipment on hand and stored properly.

Medical Concerns

Kennels shall have a program to address any non-scheduled medical concerns as needed according to the nature of the concern. The facility shall have the means, proper understanding, and/or access to assistance in the event of a needed medical concern, including prior to the need for veterinary assistance. Any such concern that persists and requires veterinary support will be attended to.