Provincial Veterinarians Office - Arta


Provide treatment of Companion Animal, Livestock and Poultry Animals. To Provide treatment and/or pr

This service aims to provide veterinary treatment of infectious, physiological, parasitic or traumatic ailments to the above mentioned animals. Included in the service is the administration of either injectable or oral medication to affected animals. Also included is veterinary/technical advice and issuance of prescription.

No.
Steps
Time
Person to approach


1.
Bring/present the animal for physical examination/interview of owner.
5 minutes
Veterinarian on duty


2.
Recording of clinical history or symptoms observed
5 minutes
Officer of the day


3.
Administration of injectable or oral medication.
5 minutes
Veterinarian on duty

Provide treatment of Companion Animal, Livestock and Poultry Animals. To Provide treatment and/or pr

This service aims to provide veterinary treatment of infectious, physiological, parasitic or traumatic ailments to the above mentioned animals. Included in the service is the administration of either injectable or oral medication to affected animals. Also included is veterinary/technical advice and issuance of prescription.

No.
Steps
Time
Person to approach


1.
The client will phone-in the request/fill-up request slip.
5 minutes
Ms. Nora Soberano Officer of the day


2.
Concerned Veterinarian/AT will be notified or brief regarding the request.
5 minutes
Dr. Heferson Rellosa Chief of operation Dr. Mary Grace Bustamante Provincial Veterinarian


3.
Travel to site
3 hours
Veterinarian on duty Agriculturist Technologist


4.
Administration of medication to the sick animals.
5 minutes/animal
Veterinarian on duty Agriculturist Technologist

a) To administer vaccine to animals against Rabies (Walk-in); b) To conduct vaccination campaigns ag

This service aims to provide a readily available anti-rabies vaccine to pet owners. This service aims to prevent the spread of above mention diseases, by vaccinating all susceptible animals within the area. This aims to treat and prevent parasitism to all susceptible animals. The service includes gas for the vehichles, anthelmintic drugs and vaccines. Also includes veterinary equipment and supplies to be used in the administration of drugs and biologics.

No.
Steps
Time
Person to approach


1.
Present/bring the patient for physical exam and interview the owner.
5 minutes
Officer of the day Veterinarian on duty


2.
Recording of clinical history.
5 minutes
Officer of the day Veterinarian on duty


3.
Administration of the vaccine.
5 minutes/animal
Officer of the day Veterinarian on duty

To conduct deworming campaigns for livestock and poultry.

This service aims to provide a readily available anti-rabies vaccine to pet owners. This service aims to prevent the spread of above mention diseases, by vaccinating all susceptible animals within the area. This aims to treat and prevent parasitism to all susceptible animals. The service includes gas for the vehichles, anthelmintic drugs and vaccines. Also includes veterinary equipment and supplies to be used in the administration of drugs and biologics.

No.
Steps
Time
Person to approach


1.
Submit letter request to the record section.
10 minutes
Heidi Penaranda, Records Officer


2.
Processing of letter for approval.
5 minutes
Dr. Heferson Rellosa Chief of operation


3.
Approval of the letter and scheduling
Meisan Pangilinan Agricultural Technologist


4.
Checking of availability of vaccine or dewormer
5 minutes/animal
Dr. Mary Grace Bustamante Provincial Veterinarian Dr. Michael Cortez Asst. Provincial Veterinarian


5.
On-site vaccination/deworming
5 minutes/animal
District Veterinarian

To provide veterinary drugs and biological for the treatment and immunization of animals.

This service aims to provide LGU farmers and pet owners who have the technical knowledge in the administration of the requested drugs and biological to their pets or livestock. Aside form requested items, the service include technical advices and disposable syringes if needed.

No.
Steps
Time
Person to approach


1.
Submit letter request/request slip to record section
10 minutes
Heidi Penaranda, Records Officer


2.
Approval of the request.
15 minutes
Dr. Heferson Rellosa Chief of operation


3.
Check the availability of drugs and biologics; processing for approval.
10 minutes
Dr. Mary Grace Bustamante Provincial Veterinarian Dr. Michael Cortez Asst. Provincial Veterinarian


4.
Release of the requested drugs and biological.
10 minutes
Dr. Heferson Rellosa Chief of operation

To provide artificial insemination to backyard swine raisers.

This service aims to give backyard swine raisers the opportunity tio upgrade their stocks thru artificial insemination using semen from pure breed of high quality boars. The service includes post insemination services such as pregnancy monitoring and piglet iron supplement or castration. A.I. catheter is also provided.

No.
Steps
Time
Person to approach


1.
Inquire at the Office of the Provincial Veterinarian
2 minutes
Officer of the day


2.
Interview of client and refer to designated A.I. Technician
Dr. Teodoro Quintero Jr. Agricultural Center Chief II Nancy Valeroso Agricultural Center Chief I


3.
Schedule of the insemination procedure
15 minutes
A.I. Technician


4.
On site insemination
10 minutes
A.I. Technician

To collect blood sample from poultry and livestock laboratory processing.

Blood collection is regularly performed to livestock and poultry animals for the following purposes. a) Regular diseases surveillance likes bird flu, FMD, etc. b) As pre-requisite for commercial forms accreditation c) As one of the requirements in issuance of authority to ship livestock to certain areas qith quarantine restrictions. The service includes gasoline for the vehicles and other Veterinary equipment and supplies.

No.
Steps
Time
Person to approach


1.
Submit the letter request to the record section for initial precessing
10 minutes
Heidi Penaranda, Records Officer


2.
Forward the letter to operation division for interview, scheduling ad checking of supplies.
15 minutes
Dr. Heferson Rellosa Chief of operation


3.
Approval of the request
10 minutes
Dr. Mary Grace Bustamante Provincial Veterinarian Dr. Michael Cortez Asst. Provincial Veterinarian I


4.
Inform the client on the schedule for the soordination with MAO
5 minutes

To provide artificial insemination service to carabao amd cattle (Natural Heat)

This service aims to breed in heat cow and caracow thru Artificial Insemination using frozen semen from pure breed murrah buffalo carabull or brahman bull. The services give access to good quality buls and give them opportunity to upgrade their livestock. The service include pregnancy diagnosis and monitoring.

No.
Steps
Time
Person to approach


1.
Acccomplish request slip and forward to opeartions.
10 minutes
Officer of the day


2.
Processing of slip for approval
10 minutes
Joey Sacop, Agricultural Tech. Herman Javier, Agricultural Tech


3.
Approval of request
3 minutes
Dr. Mary Grace Bustamante Provincial Veterinarian Dr. Michael Cortez Asst. Provincial Veterinarian I


4.
Preparation of AI materials and equipments
10 minutes
Joey Sacop, Agricultural Tech. Herman Javier, Agricultural Tech.


5.
On-site insemination
3 hours
Joey Sacop, Agricultural Tech. Herman Javier, Agricultural Tech

To induce caracows to come in heat for a synchronized Artificial Insemination

This service aims to inseminate as many as possible in a certain area by injecting hormone to induce synchronize heat. All caracows are presented for pregnancy diagnosis thru rectal palpation. All caracows that pass the screening will be injected with hormone to induces heat in 3-4 days. Those caracows who did not pass the screening will be given oral dewormeers or multi-vitamins supplements. Actual Artifician Insemination will be performed 3 days past hormone injection, and will be followed-uo the next day. The service includes gasoline for the vehicles, hormone and dewormers and other veterinary equipments.

No.
Steps
Time
Person to approach


1.
Submit letter request to the record section of the OPV
10 minutes
Heidi Penaranda, Records Officer


2.
Processing approved, scheduling of ES. and AI
15 minutes
Dr. Heferson Rellosa Chief of operation


3.
Approval and scheduling of ES
10 minutes
Dr. Mary Grace Bustamante Provincial Veterinarian Dr. Michael Cortez Asst. Provincial Veterinarian I


4.
Finalization of schedule and collaboration with the client.
10 minutes
Joey Sacop, Agricultural Tech. Herman Javier, Agricultural Tech.