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Title: Welfare assessment of castrated animal at Upazilla Veterinary Hospital of Bangladesh
Keywords: : Castration, Welfare, Anesthetics, Pain and Goat
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: Chattogram Veterinary and Animal Sciences University Chattogram-4225, Bangladesh
Abstract: ABSTRACT The common usage of the term castration refers to the neutering of males, which means the removal of testicles or the situ destruction of testicular function. Historically, the castration of animals intended for meat has been carried out to convey many recognized benefits like prevention of unwanted breeding, behavior modification, to reduce fighting and make animal’s easier handling, improvement in meat quality. The relative importance of these benefits differs between species. It is a painful process and pain management is related to the use of anesthetics, analgesics and the age of castration. In Bangladesh, this technique does not follow the appropriate measures. This study showed the present scenario of castration practice which includes: socio-economic status of owners both pet and domestic animal, age of castration, methods of castration, geographic presentation of castration grading, anesthetic use during castration, use of antibiotics and analgesics as well as post-
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