that the Contractor is at the location.
• Contractor shall pick up, in a humane manner, all stray animals fitting the description reported in the original dispatch.
• Upon capture, the contractor shall assess each stray animal for emergency care. Emergency care is medical care provided to protect the life, limb, or eyesight of an animal or to protect from undue suffering. Should emergency care be required, the Contractor shall provide the care within one (1) hour of capture. Emergency care should be limited to $150 per occurrence. Exceptions must be approved by the Contracting Officer or the Contracting Officer Representative. All other stray animals shall be transported immediately to Building 5290, using the Government supplied key, complete the stray animal impound log, and secure the building upon leaving.
• Should another dispatch be received prior to arriving at the SAIF, Contractor shall respond to dispatched location IAW 5.2.1 through 5.2.3.
• Should additional animals be observed at a dispatched location that were not identified in the original dispatch, the Contractor shall follow 5.2.3.
• Upon capturing a stray animal, the Contractor shall not release the animal to any person, including the owner, until placement and recordation at the SAIF.
• Should Contractor not capture animal called out for then Contractor shall log the non-capture at the SAIF.
• The Contractor shall not accept any unwanted, sick, or injured animals from their owners. The Contractor shall tell all persons whose pets need medical attention to contact the Veterinary Clinic during normal duty hours or take their pet to a civilian veterinarian at their own expense. Persons who have pets to surrender shall be directed to off-post facilities.
• The Contractor shall only use animal handling equipment that has been specifically designed for the humane treatment of stray animals.
• The Contractor shall disinfect all vehicles and animal carriers used for transporting stray animals daily and not within the boundaries of Fort Campbell. Making certain to remove all feces and urine from previously captured and contained stray animals. The COR may inspect this procedure on a random basis.
• Contractor shall not utilize live traps, chemical methods, or other incapacitating means to capture stray animals.
• Should a stray animal become deceased upon capture, stray animal shall be logged in to the SAIF, receive a non-surgical cause-of-death exam, be scanned for a microchip, checked for tag, owner notified if known, and prepared for disposal.
• Disposal of carcasses from stray animals becoming deceased upon capture shall be incidental to capture. Carcasses of stray animals shall be placed in two (2) leak-proof bags, labelled, and placed in a freezer until such a time that they can be cremated and the ashes legally disposed of. Bagged carcasses shall be labelled to include Log#, date, and initials of person disposing of the carcass. Disposal shall be by cremation. Contractor shall obtain receipt from facility providing cremation services for each animal and receipt shall be submitted to the COR on a weekly basis with the Record for Animal Impoundment for the particular animal attached.
• The Government reserves the right to use other resources for stray animal capture.
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