Animal restraint for veterinary professionals 3 / C.C. Sheldon, DVM, MS, instructor, Veterinary Technician Program, Madison Area Technical College, Madison, Wisconsin, Teresa F. Sonsthagen, BS, LVT, instructor, Veterinary Technology Program, North Dakota State University, Fargo, North Dakota, James A. Topel, CVT, instructor, Veterinary Technician Program, Madison Area Technical College, Madison, Wisconsin
Book | Elsevier | 2017 | Second edition.
Available at Gateway-Elkhorn Campus General Collection (SF 760 A5.5 S5.4 2017)
ix, 240 pages : color illustrations ; 28 cm
"With 547 color illustrations."
Includes bibliographical references and index.
1. Restraint Principles
2. Knot Tying
3. Restraint of Cats
4. Restraint of Dogs
5. Restaint of Cattle
6. Restraint of Horses
7. Restaint of Sheep
8. Restaint of Goats
9. Restaint of Swine
10. Restaint of Rodents, Rabbits, and Ferrets
11. Restraints of Birds
APPENDIX A: Gender Names
APPENDIX B: Physiologic Data
Using clear, step-by-step guidelines, this practical references uses two to eight photographs for each procedure to show the exact steps needed to achive safe animal restraint. A chapter is devoted to each domestic animal species, including cats, dogs, cattle, horses, sheep, goats, pigs, rabbits, rodents, ferrets, and birds. It also includes a chapter on tying knots that may used to restrain larger animals.
60.00 VET TECH (10-091-1) (31-091-1)
Sonsthagen, Teresa F., author.
Topel, James, author.