A. The ordinances are found in the Municipal Code of Champaign, Chapter 7.
A. The Animal Control Officer through the non-emergency number at METCAD, 333-8911. The Answer Book.
A. 11-16 days, Grzimek's Animal Life Encyclopedia, Vol. 9, p. 405.
A. "...eyes well adapted to night time vision," Illustrated Encyclopedia of Wildlife, Vol. 2, p. 213.
A. Ophiology, the branch of herpetology that studies snakes. Also called snakeology, snakology, ophiologist, -Oologies & -isms: A Thematic Dictionary.
A. There is some information on bottle-feeding baby rabbits in Rabbits: How to Take Care of Them and Understand Them.
A. Successful Pet Homes: How to Build or Buy Homes and Accessories for Dogs, Cats, and Birds.
A. Bingo, The Animals' Who's Who, p. 25.
A. The RCA dog, Nipper, was a fox terrier, The Animals' Who's Who, p. 183.
A. Asta, The Animals' Who's Who, p. 10.
A. The Champaign Library has a book called The Shih Tzu.
A. There is a book called the Tarantula Keeper's Guide that the Champaign Library can get for you at another library.
A. There are articles on Info Trac, under the headings Animals-usage, Human-animal Relationships--therapeutic use, and Guide dogs. There are also books on guide dogs for example, Champaign Library has Love in the Lead: the Fifty-Year Miracle of the Seeing Eye Dog.
A. There are articles on Info Trac under the heading Police Dogs. One article is called "Dogs to the Rescue!" in Reader's Digest (Canadian), March 1996, v. 148, p. 89.
Last updated: 11/19/2004 VK