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Animal Care. Question 1 - 10. Which animals eat grass and hay?. Answer 1 – 10 . Cows, sheep, goats, horses. Question 1 - 20. Is a cat a herbivore, omnivore or carnivore?. Answer 1 – 20 . Carnivore. Question 1 - 30. How often should you water your animals?. Answer 1 – 30 .

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question 1 10
Question 1 - 10
  • Which animals eat grass and hay?
answer 1 10
Answer 1 – 10
  • Cows, sheep, goats, horses.
question 1 20
Question 1 - 20
  • Is a cat a herbivore, omnivore or carnivore?
question 1 30
Question 1 - 30
  • How often should you water your animals?
answer 1 30
Answer 1 – 30
  • Animals should always have access to clean, fresh water.
question 1 40
Question 1 - 40
  • True or False– Cows can eat metal objects.
answer 1 40
Answer 1 – 40
  • True – a cow can eat a metal object. This is called “hardware disease,” and many producers put a magnet in their stomachs to catch the metal objects so they will not pass through the entire digestive system and hurt the cow. It is not recommended that cows eat metal objects.
question 1 50
Question 1 - 50
  • Chewy the dog weighs 100 pounds. According to the bag of dog food, you should feed him 1 cup for every 25 pounds of body weight. How much feed should Chewy get in one day?
question 2 10
Question 2 - 10
  • True or False – All dogs and cats must live inside.
answer 2 10
Answer 2 – 10
  • False

Pets can live inside, but it is perfectly acceptable to house your pets outside as long as they have some form of shelter from the weather. There are some larger breeds of dogs that actually prefer to be outdoors. Remember to keep animals in a secure location, so they will not run away or run into the road.

question 2 20
Question 2 - 20
  • Are trees an appropriate form of shelter for an animal?
answer 2 20
Answer 2 – 20
  • Yes — animals don’t necessarily need a house or barn to live in. As long as they have some trees to break the wind or block the sun, they will survive.
question 2 30
Question 2 - 30
  • What types of bedding are best for a farm animal if you choose to keep them in a barn or shed?
answer 2 30
Answer 2 – 30
  • Straw, wood shavings, sawdust, hay.
question 2 40
Question 2 - 40
  • Why is it important to keep the area where your pet lives clean?
answer 2 40
Answer 2 – 40
  • Reduce the spread of illness.
  • Prevent odor.
question 2 50
Question 2 - 50
  • What is ventilation, and why is it important?
question 3 10
Question 3 - 10
  • What vaccine must your dog have every year?
answer 3 10
Answer 3 – 10
  • Rabies

Rabies is a deadly disease in mammals that is transmitted through the bite of an infected animal. Raccoons, opossum, and stray or wild dogs are most likely to carry the rabies virus, and they can transmit it to your pet by biting them.

question 3 20
Question 3 - 20
  • What is a parasite?
answer 3 20
Answer 3 – 20
  • A parasite is an organism that lives inside or outside of an animal and feeds on the blood of the animal. Parasites can kill a pet or livestock animal if they are not properly treated or prevented. Examples of parasites include ticks, fleas, round worms and tape worms.
question 3 30
Question 3 - 30
  • How do you control parasites in animals?
answer 3 30
Answer 3 – 30
  • Livestock animals (beef, sheep, goats) should be dewormed using an oral or topical medication according to package instructions.
  • Pets (dogs and cats) should be treated with flea and tick medication during the hotter months of the year every month. Check with a veterinarian to determine when your pets should be given a dewormer.
question 3 40
Question 3 - 40
  • Can a farmer give their cow a shot of antibiotic if it is sick?
answer 3 40
Answer 3 – 40
  • Yes — a farmer can give their cows antibiotics when they are sick. Farmers follow all of the guidelines and make sure that the drug is out of the cow’s system before the cow is used for producing food.
question 3 50
Question 3 - 50
  • Farmer Kathy has a cow that is not feeling well. She will not eat and has a temperature. Kathy knows that her cow weighs 1,000 pounds. The veterinarian has told Kathy to give the cow 3ml per 100 pounds of body weight of medicine. How many total ml should Kathy give her cow?
question 4 10
Question 4 - 10
  • Should cost be a factor in determining which type of pet or animal your family should get?
question 4 20
Question 4 - 20
  • What costs are involved in owning a pet?
answer 4 20
Answer 4 – 20
  • Feed, vet care, shelter, collar, ID tags, leash, toys, feed bowl, water bowl, grooming, training class, boarding, medications.
question 4 30
Question 4 - 30
  • How much does the average person spend in a year caring for a dog?
    • $10.00
    • $50.00
    • $600.00
    • $8,000.00
answer 4 30
Answer 4 – 30
  • C. $600.00
    • Food costs — $250.00
    • Vet care — $150.00
    • Medication — $100.00
    • Equipment — $100.00
question 4 40
Question 4 - 40
  • What is the average cost to take care of a horse for a year?
  • $50.00
  • $300.00
  • $10,000
  • $2,000.00
answer 4 40
Answer 4 – 40
  • Food $450.00
  • Salt and Mineral $25.00
  • Vet Care $350.00
  • Hoof Care $450.00
  • Tack (halter, saddle) $200.00
  • Medication $125.00
  • Pasture $300.00

Total $2,000.00

question 4 50
Question 4 - 50
  • Chewy has been diagnosed with allergies. The veterinarian prescribed a monthly allergy injection at a cost of $50.00/ month. How much will you spend on Chewy in a year for allergy shots?
answer 4 50
Answer 4 – 50
  • $600.00/year
question 5 10
Question 5 - 10
  • True or False — A horse’s digestive tract is 100 feet long.
answer 5 10
Answer 5 – 10
  • True, it is about half the length of a football field!
question 5 20
Question 5 - 20
  • What is Tennessee’s state wild animal?
question 5 30
Question 5 - 30
  • What food makes up 99 percent of a giant panda’s diet?
question 5 40
Question 5 - 40
  • What is the fastest animal on land?
answer 5 40
Answer 5 – 40
  • Cheetah — it can run up to 75 miles per hour!
question 5 50
Question 5 - 50
  • How many legs does a spider have?