Equine Restraint. Chapter #3 Pages 47-65 Large Animal Clinical Procedures. Physical Restraint of Horses. Restraint is the term used to imply control of an animal and may be necessary for medical reasons and nonmedical procedures
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Large Animal Clinical Procedures
Improper coiling of lead rope around the arm.
Improper coiling of lead rope around the hand.
Chain shank attached to right upper ring
Chain shank attached between the mandibles
The chain should cross the nosepiece to provide some protection for the horse.
Placement of chain shank under the chin.
Placing the lip shank.A, Holding the chain for placement of the lip shank. B, Slack is given to the chain. C, Elevating the upper lip to position the chain. D, Elevating the upper lip to position the chain