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1

What is the biggest health advantage to feeding a horse from a hayrack or hay net?
a. Tend to consume more parasites
b. Tend to waste more hay
c. Tend to inhale more dust
d. Tend to consume more gravel

c. Tend to inhale more dust

2

With respect to respiratory disease of swine, which is considered a herd disease?
a. Swine influenza
b. Swine Pneumonia
c. Atropic Rhinitis
d. Mycoplasma Pneumonia

a. Swine influenza

3

Direct contact and fomite disease transmission prevention techniques include:
a. Maintaining good personal hygiene
b. Wearing personal protective equipment
c. Keeping equipment clean
d. All the Above

d. All the above

4

In a horse > 10 years old, how often should their teeth be checked?
a. every 2 years
b. every 3 years
c. never
d. every year

d. every year

5

Rabies transmission can occur via:
a. ingested
b. absorbed thru an opening in the skin
c. saliva introduced into open wound
d. all the above

d. all the above

6

With respect to food safety which is a true statement?
a. Cook food to an internal temperature of 160 F
b. Eat cooked food promptly
c. Refrigerate leftovers within 2 hours after cooking
d. Store in shallow containers
e. All the above

e. All the above

7

When checking for points on the molars of most horses, where will we expect to find them?
a. Mandibular molar - buccal side
b. Maxillary molar - buccal side
c. Maxillary molar - lingual side
d. Incisor - lingual side

b. Maxillary molar - buccal side

8

When dealing with a horse with COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) what do we need to reduce in their environment?
a. Sunlight
b. Stress
c. Dust
d. Humidity

c. Dust

9

Which parasite is most often responsible for impaction of the gut in foals and yearlings?
a. Strongyles
b. Oxyuris
c. Bot larva (Gastrophilus)
d. Ascarids

d. Ascarids

10

What symptom might we see with canine distemper but not canine parvo?
a. Bloody diarrhea
b. Leukopenia
c. CNS symptoms
d. Anorexia

c. CNS symptoms

11

What are considered prevention strategies for choke in horses?
a. Correct teeth problems
b. Do not leave halters on horses in a pasture setting
c. Feed in age related groups
d. Feed dry hay cubes

a. Correct teeth problems

12

With respect to the disease of parvo in dogs, which of the following is false.
a. Very stable virus in the environment
b. Virus can be shed in feces 3 weeks after recovery
c. Virus attacks rapidly dividing dividing cells of bone marrow and gut
d. None of the above

d. None of the above

13

What is the most common cause of colic in horses?
a. Weather changes
b. Abrupt feed changes
c. Over exertion
d. None of the above

b. Abrupt feed changes

14

Which of the following would be considered a famine transmission?
a. Brushes
b. Animal bedding
c. Needles
d. All the above

d. All the above

15

Equine Cushing's disease in horses may have signs/symptoms of which?
a. Hirsutism
b. Prone to sole abscesses
c. Prone to tendon laxity
d. All the above

d. All the above

16

What is a clinical sign of Atropic Rhinitis not seen with other swine respiratory diseases?
a. Nasal deformity as disease progresses
b. Fever
c. Purulent mucous exudates
d. Sneezing and sniffling

a. Nasal deformity as disease progresses

17

_____ causes oral erosions in humans can mimic FMD (foot and mouth disease)

Vasicular Stomatitis

18

This bacterium is a common food borne infection. Grows well in cold temps.

Listeria

19

Infective tissues associated with abortions of Sheep and cattle. C. burnettii

Q fever

20

Caused by a spirochete bacteria. Infected urine a common source of infection

Leptospirosis

21

Caused by a protozoan. Severe diarrhea in calves > 4 weeks of age

Giardia

22

Common food borne illness causing diarrhea and rarely kidney failure

E. coli

23

Caused by a prion pathogen

BSE (mad cow disease)

24

Protozoan caused. Diarrhea in calves < 3 weeks of age

Cryptosporidiosis

25

This disease can cause undulant fever in people

Brucellosis

26

Inhalation, cutaneous and intestinal forms of this disease

Anthrax

27

Skin disease of humans and animals. Red circular lesion in people.

Ringworm

28

This bacterium commonly associated with Reptiles and can cause disease in people

Salmonellosis

29

TB test used to eradicate this disease in Cattle.

Tuberculosis

30

What are two causes of ear infections in our companion animals?

Bacteria
Yeast
Mites