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Animal Science 1. Companion Animal Unit What is a companion animal?. Unit Map: Follow Along in your packet. WHAT ARE YOU LEARNING? AS 02.02: Economic value of animal agriscience 03.01: ID Breeds of animals 02.07: Gain Practical experience in handling and care. Know Understand Do!. Know

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Animal science 1

Animal Science 1

Companion Animal Unit

What is a companion animal?


Unit map follow along in your packet

Unit Map: Follow Along in your packet

WHAT ARE YOU LEARNING?

AS 02.02: Economic value of animal agriscience

03.01: ID Breeds of animals

02.07: Gain Practical experience in handling and care


Know understand do

Know Understand Do!

Know

Types of companion animals

Trends in the ANSC industry

Rules for pet ownership

Understand

  • How companion animals are defined

  • How trends effect spending

  • How to become a responsible pet owner

Do

  • Classify Animals

  • Make predictions about future trends

  • Match pets with appropriate owners


Key learning companion animals

Key Learning: Companion Animals

Unit EQ: How has the human / animal bond changed?

Concept : Companion Animal

Lesson EQ:

What is a companion animal?

Vocab

Companion Animal

Concept :Practices

Lesson EQ:

How can we become responsible pet owners?

Vocab

Responsible Pet Ownership

Concept :Industry

Lesson EQ:

How is the animal science industry changing?

Vocab:

Enrichment


Unit map set up warm up

Unit Map Set Up (Warm up)

  • Unit Name: Companion Animals

  • Unit Essential Question: What trends are happening in the companion animal industry today?

  • Concepts: (Fill in after we take our test)

  • Daily Essential Questions: (Fill in as we go through the unit)

  • Vocabulary: (Fill in before we take our test


Essential question 1

Essential Question 1

  • What is a companion animal?


Companion animal what is that

Companion Animal: What is that?

  • A pet is an animal kept for companionship and enjoyment

    • Loyal, playful, attractive characteristics


Activity

Activity

  • What is a pet?

  • Frayer Model

Vocabulary Word


Companion animal popularity

Companion Animal Popularity


Pet popularity

Pet Popularity

  • 63% of US households have pets

  • Dogs and Cats are the most popular pets in Western Countries

    • What are western countries?

  • More houses own dogs

    • BUT dogs out number cats in population

      • How is this possible?

  • Reptiles, Birds, and Horses are next in popularity


Interesting facts just listen

Interesting Facts (Just listen)

  • Restrictions

    • Many cities limit the # of pets a person can own

    • Certain breeds or types can be restricted

  • Berkeley, CA and Boulder, CO

    • Have a law stating people do not “own” their pets. They are the pet’s “Guardian:

  • Class Discussion: Why do think some one would institute (start) this wording for people and their pets relationship?


Owning a pet things to consider

Owning a Pet : Things to Consider

  • Time

    • Training

    • Feeding

    • Cleaning

    • Stimulating (play, walk, etc)

  • Room

    • Adult size of your pet

    • Habits of your pet (clumsy, playful, high energy)

  • Price

    • License, Registration

    • Food and Care including the Vet

  • Top reasons for not owning a pet: 1. Not enough Time, 2. Not enough $, 3. Care during travel


Class activities

Class Activities

What is a Pet ?

Make a pet !

Survey your Classroom

Please complete these activities and put them in your bin when completed!

Don’t forget to answer your essential daily question in your notes


Animal science 11

Animal Science 1

Companion Animal Unit

History of companion animals


Warm up

Warm Up

  • How did this animal become a companion ?


Companion animal history

Companion Animal history

  • Different animals were domesticated at different times for different reasons

  • Main reasons

    • Benefited humans

      • Hunting aides, food, textiles (clothing)

      • Sell / Trade for profit

      • Status symbols

    • Experimentation


Companion animals today

Companion Animals Today

  • Less than 2% of Americans are involved in livestock agriculture

  • Almost everyone has a cat, dog, caged bird, or some other companion animal

  • For every 100 Americans there are 21 dogs, 25 cats, 6 cage birds and 4 other animals


Companion animal types

Companion Animal Types

  • Ornamental

    • For looking, not touching example: Fish

  • Status

    • Standing in society is shown by what animal you own

  • Playthings

  • Hobbies

    • Interest outside main occupation (job)

  • Companions

  • Helpers

  • These can over lap

  • How the animal is “used” is the key!


Frayer model

Frayer Model

  • Complete a Frayer Model for each type of Companion Animal

  • Work individually for 20 minutes

  • Then group work for 20 minutes

  • Come back together as a class and discuss

  • Wait for the bell to switch!

  • Are your ideas of types of animals the same?

  • Why do you think so?


Why companion animals

Why companion animals?

  • Health benefits

    • Mental

      • Goal setting

    • Physical

      • Lowered blood pressure

      • Exercise

    • Emotional

      • Feelings of being needed


Cons about pet ownership

Cons about pet ownership

  • Allergies

  • Trip and Fall

  • Animal bites

  • Disease/Parasites


Problems for pets caused by humans

Problems for Pets Caused by humans

  • Care problems: abandonment, abuse and neglect

    • Overindulge: Overfeeding-> Obesity-> Health problems

  • Mis-use

    • Example: Bunnies for Easter, Puppies for Christmas

      • What is the problem?

  • Over breeding for desired traits

    • Results in poor health


Most important thing

Most important thing!

  • Must understand how to feed, house, breed, and care of animals


Basic rules for pet care

Basic Rules for pet care

  • Space

    • Enough room to move naturally

  • Enrichment

    • Activities to keep animals “entertained”

  • Food

    • Proper amount and type

  • Water

    • Always available!


Activity1

Activity

  • Lab cage inspection

    • Worksheet

  • Improving environments

    • Worksheet

  • Turn your worksheets into your bin when complete!


Warm up1

Warm Up

  • PLEASE TURN IN YORU FRAYER MODELS FROM YESTERDAY INTO YOUR CLASS BIN (3rd drawer)

  • Get out your notes and write 1 thought for your warm up. Be ready to share after attendance 

  • WARM UP: What keeps people safe in society?


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Animal Science 1

Companion Animal Unit

Rules and Regulations


Why have laws

Why have laws?

  • Laws protect people

    • Can you name some laws that protect people?

  • Animals have protection under law

    • Can you name some laws that protect animals?


Common laws in the us

Common Laws in the US

  • Dogs/Cats/Etc require:

    • License

    • Shots

      • Rabies, Distemper

    • Proper restraint (where required)

      • Leash, carriers


Laws for delaware

Laws for Delaware

  • Group Activity

    • Learn your Laws!!!


Summary activity

Summary Activity

1

  • 1 sheet of paper

  • Fold it into 3 parts

    • 1. 5 Facts you learned about pet laws in your state

    • 2. 3 patterns you noticed about how the laws were written

    • 3. 1 generalization of a law you think is most important to know in order to be a responsible pet owner in Delaware. Give 2 reasons why you think it is important to know.

2

3


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Animal Science 1

Companion Animal Unit

Pet Trade and Economy


Warm up2

Warm up

  • How much money does it cost to own a dog over its life time?


Activity2

Basic Cost of Owning a Dog

Activity

  • Cost of owning a dog


Pet industry trends

Pet Industry Trends

  • Total U.S. Pet Industry Expenditures

  • Year                 Billion 2010                 $47.7 Est.

  • 2009                 $45.5

  • 2008                 $43.2

  • 2007                 $41.22006                 $38.5 2005                 $36.32004                 $34.42003                 $32.42002                 $29.52001                 $28.51998                 $231996                 $211994                 $17  

What trend do you see?

What might be effecting this trend?

Could you make an inference about what will happen in years to come?


Actual sales in 2009

Actual Sales in 2009

  • In 2009, $45.5 billion was spent on our pets in the U.S.

  • Breakdown:                                           Food                                                      $17.56 billion Supplies/OTC Medicine                           $10.41 billionVet Care                                                $12.04 billionLive animal purchases                             $2.16 billionPet Services: grooming & boarding           $3.36 billion 


Estimated 2010 break down

Estimated 2010 Break Down

  • For 2010, it estimated that $47.7 billion will be spent on our pets in the U.S.

  • Breakdown:                                           Food                                                      $18.28 billion Supplies/OTC Medicine                           $11.01 billionVet Care                                                 $12.79 billionLive animal purchases                             $2.21 billionPet Services: grooming & boarding           $3.45 billion 


Basic animal expenses annually per year

Basic Animal Expenses Annually (per year)

  • Dogs     CatsSurgical Vet Visits                           $532     $278       Food                                           $229     $203     Kennel Boarding                              $273     $255       RoutineVet                                   $225     $203       Groomer/Grooming Aids                    $66       $22Vitamins                                      $61       $28Food Treats                                  $64       $37Toys                                            $40       $19


Future trends in the pet industry

Future Trends in the Pet Industry

  • Reducing the Carbon PAW print

    • Organic food, bio degradable litters

  • Large companies starting pet lines

    • Harley Davidson, Old Navy

      • Starting pet lines of clothes and accessories

  • Pets Welcome

    • Hotels offer “check-in” treat bags, dog masseuse

  • Grooming Services

    • Nails, Teeth, Hair, Pet Wipes, other care products

  • Yoga

    • Pet/Owner yoga, massages, and spas


Worldwide trends

Worldwide Trends

  • Increasing $ towards bettering pet life

    • Health care, grooming, toys

  • Japan: $9.3 billion (2003)

  • Britain: $740 million (2003)

  • United States: $139 million (2003)


Activity3

Activity

  • Total U.S. Pet Industry Expenditures

  • Year                 Billion 2010                 $47.7 Est.

  • 2009                 $45.5

  • 2008                 $43.2

  • 2007                 $41.22006                 $38.5 2005                 $36.32004                 $34.42003                 $32.42002                 $29.52001                 $28.51998                 $231996                 $211994                 $17 

  • Make a Graph

    • Each group will work on taking the information on the board, and putting it into a graph.

  • Dogs     CatsSurgical Vet Visits                           $532     $278       Food                                           $229     $203     Kennel Boarding                              $273     $255       RoutineVet                                   $225     $203       Groomer/Grooming Aids                    $66       $22Vitamins                                      $61       $28Food Treats                                  $64       $37Toys                                            $40       $19

  • 2009 United States Spending

  • Breakdown:                                           Food                                               $17.56 billion Supplies/OTC Medicine                           $10.41 billionVet Care                                           $12.04 billionLive animal purchases                             $2.16 billionPet Services: grooming & boarding           $3.36 billion

  • For 2010 United States Spending

  • Breakdown:                                           Food                                                      $18.28 billion Supplies/OTC Medicine                           $11.01 billionVet Care                                                 $12.79 billionLive animal purchases                             $2.21 billionPet Services: grooming & boarding           $3.45 billion 


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Animal Science 1

Companion Animal Unit

Being a Responsible Pet Owner in Today’s Society


Warm up3

Warm Up

  • Define “Responsibility” in your OWN words.

  • What does it mean to you, to BE responsible?

  • Think on how this would apply to pet ownership and care


Define

Define

  • Responsible: a form of trustworthiness; the trait of being answerable to someone for something or being responsible for one's conduct

  • Pet: a domesticated animal kept for companionship or amusement

  • Ownership: to have or hold as one's own: possess


Guide to being a responsible pet owner

Guide to being a Responsible Pet Owner

  • 1. Know your facts!

    • What type of animal?

    • What does the animal need to survive?

    • What does this animal need to be healthy, safe and happy?

      • License, Id Tags or chips

    • Any laws written about my animal ?

      • Is it legal? Do I need a license to keep it?

  • Where do we find this information?

    • Internet

    • Pet supplier

    • BOOKS!

    • SPCA or other animal shelter


Guide to being a responsible pet owner1

Guide to being a Responsible Pet Owner

  • 2. Consider your wants and needs

    • Schedule

      • How often are you home? Or gone?

    • Lifestyle

      • Busy? Active? Relaxed?

    • Habits

      • Super clean? Kind of messy?

    • Why do you want a pet?

      • Companion? Play mate? Status symbol?

  • Different animals require different levels of commitment and time

    • Example: Fish vs. a Dog

    • What types of commitment levels would these require?


Guide to being a responsible pet owner2

Guide to being a Responsible Pet Owner

  • 3. Think about the future!

    • How big will the animal get?

    • How long do they normally live?

    • Where will you be in the future?

      • Will your pet be able to come along?

  • Animal Size is a big determining factor that many people forget to consider


Classic example

Classic example

Python gets too big, release it right? WRONG! Pythons populations in the everglades is EXPLODING !! What’s the result? Non-native (potentially dangerous) species becoming established in the US, causing the natural ecosystem to become off balance.


And of course

AND OF COURSE!

  • 4. Don’t Make More!

    • Spay: Female, remove ovaries

    • Neuter: Male, remove testicles

    • Separate Boys and Girls

      • Small mammals can reproduce at VERY young ages and can reproduce VERY quickly

      • Example: Hamster

        • Able to Breed: Every 20 Days, 24 hours after giving birth

        • Gestation Period: 20 days

        • Number of pups: 10 on average

        • How many pups could a mating couple produce in a year ?


How are these people practicing responsible pet ownership

How are these people Practicing Responsible Pet Ownership?


What can go wrong hoarding

What can go wrong: Hoarding


What can go wrong abuse neglect

What can go wrong: Abuse/Neglect


So remember responsible pet ownership

So Remember: Responsible Pet Ownership!

  • 1. Know the facts

  • 2. Consider you

  • 3. Think about the future

  • 4. Make no More!


Activity4

Activity

  • Match that Pet!!!


Test review

Test Review

  • Complete the test review.

  • Use this to Study.

  • You cannot use your notes or study guide for the test.

  • Define: Companion Animal, Responsible Pet Ownership, Enrichment

  • 1. What are items to consider when owning/looking for a pet? (hint there are 3) list examples

  • 2. What is the current trend in the animal science industry? (know examples)

  • 3. What does it mean to be a responsible pet owner? What are the “rules” to follow?

  • 4. Why were animals domesticated?

  • 5. What are the (4) main rules of pet care?

  • 6. List the Pros and Cons of pet ownership.


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