Proper Animal Restraint. Restraint Techniques for Animals. Proper restraint and handling techniques are essential for reducing stress to laboratory animals and the handler
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Often the only restraint needed is to have some one stand behind the animal to make sure they do not back up off the exam table.
restrain their animal. A large number
of lawsuits filed against veterinarians
are by the owners who have been injured by their
If the owner is holding the pet, don’t take the pet from their arms. Instead have the owner place the animal on the exam table. Animals may be protective of their owners and may bite if they feel you are threatening their owner.
Decide BEFORE picking up the animal if it will be placed in sternal or or lateral recumbancy and if lateral, if the legs will be directed toward or away from the holders.
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