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PROV’L. VETERINARY SERVICES

2011

SERVICE:

ANIMAL QUARANTINE SERVICES (AQS)

About the Service:

Regulation of movement of live animals and their products in conformity with national and local quarantine regulations/ guidelines to limit the incursion, occurrence, re-occurrence of animal diseases, including zoonotic diseases especially on emerging and reemerging transboundary animal diseases.

Service Coverage:

-Live animal or animal product traders/Viajeros -Meat and meat products distributors -Individuals transporting animal or its products for personal use

Contact Persons:

Loida M. Valenzuela, Provincial Veterinarian Allan D. Tagatac, Agriculturist II, AQS-in charge, Designated Collector Gerone D. Mamuad, Livestock Inspector II Mae Aicitel Fleur F. Gudoy, Livestock Inspector II Alvin C. Gomez, Livestock Inspector II Mark Patrick M. Corpuz, Livestock Inspector II Maynard F. Africano, Livestock Inspector II Venancio P. Atianzar, Farm Worker I/Designated Utility

Contact Numbers:

Telefax: L.M. Valenzuela: AQS:

(077) 771-4931 (077) 770-4423 +639224284401

Requirements: Requirements for Live Animal or Animal Product Shippers: 1. Livestock or Poultry Handlers License issued by the Bureau of Animal Industry (BAI) 2. Accreditation of Animal Conveyance issued by BAI 3. Veterinary Health Certificate issued by the licensed farm veterinarian / licensed government veterinarian. 4. Shipping Permit issued by the Provincial Veterinarian at source province


PROV’L. VETERINARY SERVICES Additional Requirement for Herding Ducks: Laboratory Results/Confirmation that said herd is free of the H5N1 Avian Influenza virus Additional Requirements for Swine: 1. Foot and Mouth Disease-free Farm Accreditation of source farm by the BAI 2. Authority to Ship issued by the BAI Additional Requirements for Large Animals: 1. Certificate of Ownership of Large Animals 2. Transfer Certificate of Ownership of Large Animals, if applicable 3. PNP Clearance to ship large animals, in compliance to PD 533, the Anti-Cattle Rustling Law Additional Requirements for All Shippers Doing Business in the Province: PGIN accreditation as animal product and by-product handler. Service Schedule: Fees:

24 hours a day, 7 days a week

Fees are in accordance with the Revised Provincial Revenue Code of 2008, Chap. III, Art. C, Sec. 94 and Sec. 95. (Please see attached copy of the Ordinance).

2011


PROV’L. VETERINARY SERVICES

2011

HOW TO AVAIL OF THE SERVICE: STEP 1

What the Client do:

What the Office do:

Shipper presents shipment to the Livestock Inspector (LI) LI on-duty inspects animals, meat or their products being shipped on-duty. Utility, assisted by the LI on-duty, disinfects the vehicle

Duration of Activity 10 minutes

5 minutes 2

Shipper presents documents accompanying his shipment.

LI on-duty scrutinizes documents if they conform with existing animal quarantine regulations

3

Shipper pays appropriate fees and receives Official Receives payment and issues Official Receipt Receipt

2 minutes

4

Receives shipment documents

3 minutes

LI on-duty prepares shipment documents. For In-shipment: Animal Quarantine Inspection Certificate For Out-shipment: Veterinary Health Certificate Veterinary Shipping Permit

5 minutes


PROV’L. VETERINARY SERVICES

2011

SERVICE:

ANIMAL DISPERSAL PROGRAM SERVICES

About the Service:

Provision of dispersal animals like piglets, upgraded chicks, goats and cattle to interested organizations/associations or individuals to start a livelihood and augment their family income.

Service Coverage:

Any interested groups or individuals.

Contact Persons:

Loida M. Valenzuela, Provincial Veterinarian Allan D. Tagatac, Agriculturist II Eulalio F. Mariano, Agriculturist II Romelia A. Balanay, Agriculturist II Crisologo A. Tomas, Market Specialist Luminda L. Licuan, Agricultural Technologist Benita R. Quilit, Agricultural Technician II Emelyn C. Padayao, Office Secretary

Contact Numbers:

(077) 771-4931

Requirements:

Resolution or written intent from interested organization/association or individual. List of members, if organization/association. Proposed recipients, if organization/association. Endorsement by the Local Chief Executive of the LGU where the interested group or individual resides.

Service Schedule:

8:00 AM to 12:00 Noon; 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM

Fees:

Cost of livestock insurance, upon dispersal availment, as covered by the Philippine Pool of Livestock Insurers. (Please see attached copy of livestock insurance premium schedules.)


PROV’L. VETERINARY SERVICES

2011

HOW TO AVAIL OF THE SERVICE: STEP 1

2

WHAT THE CLIENT DO

WHAT THE OFFICE DO

Submits request to the Records Section of the Office of PVO staff receives request with notations from the Office of the the Governor. Governor or receives in advance a copy of the request furnished by the Records Section of the Office of the Governor and informs the PVO.

DURATION OF ACTIVITY 5 minutes

5 minutes Advises the Technical Staff in-charge of the request Conducts a 3-tiered evaluation of the request: a. review of the existing dispersal projects of the requesting individual or group. 3

2 minutes

30 minutes b. coordinates with the MAO of the LGU where the request originated,

4

5 minutes 5

Coordinates for the actual/ on-site evaluation of proposed recipients.


PROV’L. VETERINARY SERVICES STEP

WHAT THE CLIENT DO

2011 WHAT THE OFFICE DO

c. evaluates on-site the proposed recipients

6

Recommends to the Governor based on the findings of the evaluation.

DURATION OF ACTIVITY 5 to 10 days after coordination with the MAO 30 minutes

Waits for the Governor's notes on the recommendation before implementing dispersal activity. If recommendation is to provide dispersal as requested:

STEP

WHAT THE CLIENT DO

WHAT THE OFFICE DO

7a

-

if stocks are available and ready for dispersal

-

if stocks are available but has to before these are ready for dispersal

7b -

DURATION OF ACTIVITY within 5 working days from receipt of the Governor's approval

wait for some months

immediate, when animal reaches age for dispersal if stocks are not available, include in the recommendation to the Governor for the purchase of stocks

7c 8

9

-

coordinates dispersal activity with the MAO

5 minutes

-

informs recipient on the result of the request

5 minutes


PROV’L. VETERINARY SERVICES 10 11 12 STEP 13

requests inspection committee's presence during dispersal

Attends half-day briefing prior to receipt of dispersal Conducts dispersal briefing to the recipients animal. Signs Dispersal Contract and complies with its Provides Dispersal Contract Forms for the recipients to sign and provisions. comply to. WHAT THE CLIENT DO WHAT THE OFFICE DO Brings needed materials (sacks, ropes) for animal restraint.

Implements actual dispersal

2011

5 minutes

2 to 3 hours 2 minutes DURATION OF ACTIVITY 1 to 2 hours


PROV’L. VETERINARY SERVICES

2011

SERVICE:

ARITIFICAIL INSEMINATION SERVICES

About the Service:

Provision of good quality semen for pig production and beef cattle production enhances economic growth of animal raisers through artificial means through Artificial Insemination (AI).

Service Coverage:

All hog and cattle raisers in the province who need the service.

Contact Persons:

Loida M. Valenzuela, Provincial Veterinarian Crisologo A. Tomas, Market Specialist Mariano A. Ubatan, Agricultural Center Chief II, Pasuquin Breeding Center (PBC) Luminda L. Licuan, Agricultural Technologist Efren U. Gapuz, Agricultual Technician I

Contact Numbers:

PBC (077) 775-0399 Crisologo A. Tomas (077) 771-4931 Loida M. Valenzuela (077) 770-4423 Junnel M. Ines +63907-7229014; +63917-4926630 Efren U. Gapuz +63919-4244854

Requirements:

Report on the status of estrus of the breeder hog or breeder cattle.

Service Schedule:

daily, including Saturdays and Sundays

Fees:

P500.00 per confirmed pregnancy as provided under Chap. III, Art. C. Sec. 94 of the Revised Provincial Revenue Code of 2008.


PROV’L. VETERINARY SERVICES

2011

HOW TO AVAIL OF THE SERVICE:

STEP

WHAT THE CLIENT DO

WHAT THE OFFICE DO

1

Informs the office of the state, (either by phone, text or Determines stage of estrus/heat detection. oral information) or condition of the breeder animal.

2

Signs promissory note that payment shall be made Provides promissory note for the client to sign before the conduct within ten (10) working days from the 2nd time of of actual AI pregnancy diagnosis.

3 4

Updates the office on the condition of the animal.

If standing heat, conduct AI If not, wait for standing heat, then perform AI.

DURATION OF ACTIVITY 15 minutes

3 minutes

10 minutes wait for 12 to 24 hours depending on condition of estrus

Make a follow-up AI after 12 to 24 hours from first AI. 5 6 7 8

Pays service fee if confirmed pregnant after the 2nd Performs pregnancy diagnosis after 21 and 42 days from AI pregnancy diagnosis. Receives and remits to PTO the Requests for technical assistance Performs production support activities like iron and vitamin supplementation, castration, and vaccination services after animal served with AI has given birth.

10 minutes 10 minutes 5 minutes as scheduled with animal raiser depending on the date of parturition/ calving, may take only 1 hour to perform the activities


PROV’L. VETERINARY SERVICES

2011

SERVICE: ANIMAL DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION SERVICES

About the Service:

Vaccination, provision of multi-vitamins, preventive deworming and biosecurity provide protection to the animals, thus preventing disease occurrence or incursion. Treatment, vector control and environmental protection, and strict biosecurity are disease control measures to avert diseases appeared within the farm and prevent disease spread to other farms.

Service Coverage:

All animal raisers throughout the province.

Contact Persons:

Loida M. Valenzuela, Provincial Veterinarian Allan D. Tagatac, Agriculturist II Eulalio F. Mariano, Agriculturist II Romelia A. Balanay, Agriculturist II Crisologo A. Tomas, Market Specialist Robert A. Corpuz, Market Specialist Ma. Delia G. Villa, Market Specialist Luminda L. Licuan, Agricultural Technologist Benita R. Quilit, Agricultural Technician II Emelyn C. Padayao, Office Secretary

Contact Numbers:

PVO Staff (077) 771-4931 Loida M. Valenzuela (077) 770-4423

Requirements:

Request, either written or oral information, from the organization/association or individuals.

Service Schedule:

8:00 AM to 12:00 Noon; 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM

Fees:

Free service.


PROV’L. VETERINARY SERVICES

2011

HOW TO AVAIL OF THE SERVICE: For mass activities in the barangay: STEP 1

WHAT THE CLIENT DO

WHAT THE OFFICE DO

Informs the office, either written or oral, of the need for Staff receives written information or through telephone call and the service. relays the same to the PVO PVO informs the technical staff to coordinate with the concerned LGU regarding the request and set a schedule for the conduct of the activity.

2

3

Coordinates with the other members of the scheduled Technical staff, together with MAO to identify the village or sitio activity as arranged with the PVO and MAO. centers where the service/s will be rendered.

4

Brings animals to the identified service site.

5

Rests his animal after the service.

Conducts the needed services to the community.

DURATION OF ACTIVITY 3 minutes

2 minutes

within 10 working days from receipt of request Schedule within 15 calendar days from receipt of information

Completes masterlist of clients served. Additional activity: Please see note below. Note: While the clients rest their animals after mass activities, the Office consults with the clients as to disease occurrences in their locality.


PROV’L. VETERINARY SERVICES

2011

HOW TO AVAIL OF THE SERVICE: For walk-in clients: STEP 1

WHAT THE CLIENT DO Refers his concerns to the Technical Staff

2 3

Receives record of the service rendered.

WHAT THE OFFICE DO

DURATION OF ACTIVITY

Technical Staff notes down needed service and relays the same to the PVO

2 minutes

Technical Staff provides the needed service.

3 minutes

PVO signs record of the service rendered and advises the client for the next follow-up.

2 minutes


PROV’L. VETERINARY SERVICES

2011

SERVICE:

RABIES DIAGNOSTIC LABORATORY SERVICES

About the Service:

Brain samples of animals that have bitten humans are subjected to Fluorescent Antibody Test (FAT) to check on the presence of viral rabies antigen. The result would guide the human doctor attending to the bite victim on the procedures to be followed.

Service Coverage:

Bite victims and owners of animals suspected to have rabies.

Contact Persons:

Loida M. Valenzuela, Provincial Veterinarian Crisologo A. Tomas, Market Specialist Ma. Delia G. Villa, Market Specialist Allan D. Tagatac, Agriculturist II Robert A. Corpuz, Market Specialist Romelia A. Balanay, Agriculturist II Brian M. Baptista, Agricultural Technician I Emelyn C. Padayao, Office Secretary Jessie F. Manuel, trained Rabies Diagnostic Laboratory Aide Raquel D. Lucas, Farm Worker I Ferdinand L. Ramos, Utility Worker

Contact Numbers:

PVO (077) 771-4931 Loida M. Valenzuela (077) 770-4423

Requirements:

Freshly cut whole head of animal, sealed in plastic bags, and packed with ice inside styropacks.

Service Schedule:

Mondays to Thursdays: Fridays:

8:00 AM to 12:00 Noon; 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM 8:00 AM to 10:00 AM. Samples received after 10:00 AM will be tested the next laboratory day. Friday is designated as laboratory day. Results are available at around 3:00 PM every Friday.


PROV’L. VETERINARY SERVICES Fees:

2011

P200.00 as provided under Chap. III, Art. C. Sec. 94, Revised Provincial Revenue Code of 2008.

HOW TO AVAIL OF THE SERVICE: STEP 1

WHAT THE CLIENT DO Submits animal head samples to the PVO

WHAT THE OFFICE DO

2

Conducts history-taking of the bite victim as well as the animal prior to and at the time of death or at the time animal was euthanized. Properly codes and labels the interview form.

3

Immediately labels dog head sample be kept in the freezer

4

Pays corresponding laboratory fee.

5

Seeks medical advise for initial animal bite treatment Prepares animal head sample for FAT test every Friday. procedures while result is still pending.

6

Conducts FAT test for rabies every Friday

7

Prepares Rabies Test Result Form upon finishing FAT test.

8 9 10

Heeds to the advice of the PVO.

Signs Rabies Test Result Form and advice victim and owner of the result. Presents proof of payment and receives official Records and releases result. laboratory test result. Seeks further medical advise with Animal Bite Center Provides official results to the PHO copy furnish LGU for their specialist at the Provincial Health Office or with any appropriate action. licensed medical doctor

DURATION OF ACTIVITY 30 minutes

1 minute 5 minutes

4 to 6 hours, depending on the length of time of sample storage 15 minutes/sample 10 minutes 10 minutes 2 minutes 5 minutes

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