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Animal Welfare and Ethics Study Guide for Exam 1

by: De'ja Patterson

Animal Welfare and Ethics Study Guide for Exam 1 ANSC 270

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2015, Dr. Danny Walker, UT Martin
Animal Welfare and Ethics
Dr. Danny Walker
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This 1 page Study Guide was uploaded by De'ja Patterson on Sunday January 31, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to ANSC 270 at The University of Tennessee - Martin taught by Dr. Danny Walker in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 35 views. For similar materials see Animal Welfare and Ethics in Animal Science and Zoology at The University of Tennessee - Martin.

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 ALF – Animal Liberation Front  PETA – People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals  ASPCA – American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals  Animal Welfare – animals are not equal to humans, but are respected; encompasses all  aspects of animal well­being, including proper housing, management, disease prevention  and treatment, responsible care, humane handling, and, when necessary, humane  euthanasia  Animal Rights – animals have similar or the same rights as humans; ban all use of  animals in any way (work, companion, research); humans have no right to use them at all  Utilitarian Philosophy – the actions that benefit the most human people; use animals as a  positive for human kind if they are treated fairly  Animal Rights Philosophy – humans and animals are equal in moral status and deserve  the same rights: right to life, no unneeded suffering or pain, and all animals are equal  Top 4 food production animals: 1.3 billion cattle, chickens, turkey, swine  Top research animals: Rodents (rats and mice) – 95%, dogs and cats­ 1.5­5%, nonhuman  primeapes ­ .5%  +7,000 animal rights/protection groups  5 Domains of Animal Needs:  o Proper nutrition o Environment/Shelter o Behavior o Health o Mental treatment  Speciesism – discrimination of animals on a basis of species, gender, number of legs, and amount of reasoning  Antivivisection – no dissection, cutting, surgery


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