ACCESING VETERINARY SERVICES

The City Veterinary Office provides services to livestock and poultry farmers and pet owners. Veterinary services covers, consultation, immunization of livestock, poultry and pets against diseases (Ex. He-mosept for ruminants, anti rabies for pets, Hog cholera for swine and NCD for poultry. Other services include de-worming, treatment, castration and minor surgeries. Clients may bring their livestock/pets directly to the CVO for treatment, immunization or request that services be scheduled for their area. Home service also is being done as per clients request.

I. SECURING HEALTH & DEATH CERTIFIACTE AND PERMIT TO SLAUGHTER
ABOUT THE SERVICE

Health Certificates are issued to certify that the animals to be transported live do not have any communicable disease. These are also required for pet dogs and cats before they can be shipped to other areas.

Death Certificates for livestock are needed by dispersal recipient in order for them to be relieve of accountability of the dead animals.

The City Veterinary Office issues permit to slaughter before their animals intended for a slaughter be approved.

REQUIREMENT(S)

Permit to slaughter of large animals

  • Barangay Certificate
  • Certificate of Ownership or transfer Certificate (Cattle and carabao)
  • Permit to slaughter duly signed by the Meat Dealer/or his authorized representative.
  • Vaccination Record

Health Certificate

  • Vaccination records
  • Medical history
  • Personal information of the owner and the animals.

Death Certificate in the case of dispersal animal

  • Barangay Certification of affidavit of 2 Disinterested Persons attesting to the death
  • Certificate of Ownership or transfer (cattle and carabao)
  • Community Tax Certificate
  • Photographs of said dead animals. The photos must be taken at 3 positions.
HOW TO AVAIL OF THE SERVICE
FOLLOW THESE STEPS IT WILL TAKE YOU PLEASE APPROACH
HEALTH CERTIFICATE
  1. Request for Certificate/ Permit
     
    Bring the animal(s) to the CVO and request for issuance of the certificate/ permit.
     
    For pets only especially dogs and cats.
5 to 10 minutes DR. WAYNE F. LAURIO
City Veterinarian
 
Dr. ROLANDO A. FRANZUELA
Veterinarian II
  1. Inspection
    Veterinarian inspects the animals and ensures that they do not have any communicable diseases.
2 to 3 minutes DR. WAYNE F. LAURIO
 
DR. ROLANDO A. FRANZUELA
  1. Preparation of Certificate
    Veterinarian prepares and approves the certification/ permit and attaches the requirements above.
     
    The certificate/permit should be presented by the shipper at checkpoints located along the highways leading to the livestock’s destination.
5 to 10 minutes DR. WAYNE F. LAURIO
 
DR. ROLANDO A. FRANZUELA
DEATH CERTIFICATE
  1. Request for Certificate
    Report to the CVO the death of the livestock and request for issuance of a death certificate.
  1. Inspection and Photographic Evidence
    The Livestock Officer will go with you to the area where the dead livestock is being held.
     
    He validates the cause of death. Take photographic of the dead animal. The photos must be taken from at least 3 positions.
15 minutes
 
May vary depending on travel time
DR. WAYNE F. LAURIO
 
DR. ROLANDO A. FRANZUELA
 
ARIEL E. ALIPIN
PERFORMANCE PLEDGES
FRONTLINE SERVICES RESPONSE TIME (PER TRANSACTION) PERSONS RESPONSIBLE
LIVESTOCK AND POULTRY PRODUCTION DIVISION
Vaccination of poultry and Livestock 10 to 15 minutes DR. WAYNE F. LAURIO
 
DR. ROLANDO A. FRANZUELA
 
ARIEL E. ALIPIN
 
HELBERT D.MITSCHECK
 
PEDRO A. CORTES
De-worming of Livestock 5 to 10 minutes
Castration of Livestock 30 minutes to 1 hour
Consultation on Disease, feeding and animal care And Breeding Program 10 to 15 minutes
Release of animal for dispersal 15 minutes to 30 mins
Request for pregnancy diagnosis (Large ruminant) 30 minutes to 1 hour
Assist livestock during far rowing, calving 30 minutes to 1 hour
Castration of livestock animals 15 to 30 minutes
ANIMAL HEALTH DIVISION RESPONSE TIME (Per Animals)
Request for dogs/cat immunization (House call or home service) 10 to 15 minutes DR.WAYNE F. LAURIO
 
DR. ROLANDO A. FRANZUELA
 
PEDRO A.CORTES
 
GERALD L. FLORESTA
 
BEVERLY M. CABUG
Consultation for disease diagnosis and observation Of animals (House call) 10 to 15 minutes
Vaccination and de-worming of dogs and other pets against Rabies and other common diseases. (CVO) 10 to 15 minutes
Issuance of vaccination Certificate 3 to 5 minutes
Consultation on disease, vaccination program, De-worming and breeding programs 5 to 10 minutes
Castration of dogs/ cats 15 to 30 minutes
Minor surgeries such as (Tail docking, Ear cropping Wound repairs) 30 to 40 minutes
VETERINARY PUBLIC HEALTH DIVISION RESPONSE TIME (Per Animals)
Verification of documents prior to acceptance for slaughter of large animals 10 to 15 minutes DR. WAYNE F. LAURIO
 
AMIEL WINLOVE L. ALMONTE
 
ANDRES JOSE B.NAVARRO III
 
RENATO A.VERANO
 
ROBERT S. ROSALES
 
ANTONIO R.DANAO
Conduct Ante-Mortem Inspection of animals prior to slaughter 3 to 5 minutes
Conduct Post-Mortem Inspection of already butchered animals 3 to 5 minutes
Meat branding of meat carcass after inspection 2 to 3 minutes
Issuance of Condemnation Certificate 3 to 5 minutes
Issuance of Meat Inspection Certificate 3 to 5 minutes