Immediately after pronouncing that an animal has died from anthrax, as evidenced by
a clinical or postmortem examination, a veterinarian shall prepare and submit to the
commission or a laboratory approved by the commission:
(1) a suitable specimen from the animal;
(2) the name and address of the owner or caretaker of the animal; and
(3) the location of the premises on which the animal died.
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