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1

List three types of animal restraint

Manual, mechanical, and chemical

2

Two reasons not to leave a muzzle on to long

restricts panting, could aspirate vomit

3

What type of muzzle can be left on for longer periods of time

basket muzzle

4

list the tree most common vein sights

cephalic (fore leg) , saphenous (hind leg ) and jugular (neck)

5

what recumbency should you use for cephalic, or jugular venipuncture

sternal recumbancy

6

what recubency should you use for saphenous venipuncture

lateral recumbancy

7

what is occluding a vein

blocking circulation and pooling blood in the vein to assist in venipuncture

8

Hobble

leather strap fastened around ankles to prevent kicking

9

stock

narrow enclosure that partially immobilizes horse

10

lead shank

extra chain attached to a lead rope, used for distracting during procedures

11

what does a lip twitch do

requires two people, it applys brief small amounts of pain to the upper lip to distract horse during procedures.

12

from what side do you approach a horse

left, shoulder area

13

What does picking up one horse foot accomplish

stops horse from moving around, or to examine hoof

14

how often do horses need water when transporting

every 4 hours

15

Stanchion

holds bovine head in placcae in a cattle chute

16

calf cart

a stroller for small calves

17

casting rope

a rope design that is devised to put a bovine on it's sternum then on it's side

18

tail jacking

lifting tail straight up, used as a distraction.

19

how do you position a sheep for procedures

rump the sheep ( sit it on its rump with feet out in front)

20

when are male lambs castrated

between 1-2 weeks old