3) HEALTH PRESERVATION.
This third category concerns the summary of all factors involved when it comes to the health preservation of domesticated animals.
22 FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS OF DOMESTIC ANIMALS
3. HEALTH PRESERVATION
The right to health-promoting conditions
The right to health-promoting conditions, such as draft-free design of living areas with natural light and natural food supplements (herbs).
The right to build up natural defenses for healthy breed development
May become ill otherwise.
The right to animal-worthy transport conditions
This is regarding animal transport (both for commercial and non-commercial uses).
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Continue with the seven categories
of the 22 FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS
OF DOMESTIC ANIMALS:
1) PRIMARY LIVING CONDITIONS
2) SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL NEEDS
3) HEALTH PRESERVATION
4) NATURAL REPRODUCTION
5) IDENTITY AND DIGNITY
6) EVOLUTIONARY DEVELOPMENT
7) ANIMAL-WORTHY END OF LIFE