You May Never Need to Restrain Your Dog

Lateral Restraint on a Small Dog. Thanks to Halow Consulting for the photo
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Leashes: Any dog you lead should wear a leash; leashes aid in restraint and help you to prevent animal-to-animal contact in the waiting room and so on. There are many types of leashes but the most commonly used in the veterinary practice is the slip leash.
2. Place one arm around the dog's head and neck as you would restrain the dog
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The easy to use EzyDog Seat Belt Restraint is another option for travelling with your dog. It comes free with every Chest Plate Harness or it can be purchased individually as well. The Chest Plate Harness fits dogs from XS – 2XL, so we have a size to fit your large or small dog. To use this car restraint, just feed the seatbelt through the loop of the restraint and click the seatbelt into place. You can pull slack on the seatbelt to comfortably position your dog then release. The EzyDog Seat Belt Restraint is compatible with all EzyDog Harnesses. Perfect for restraint of average-snouted dogs, from Chihuahuas to Mastiffs.
Photo provided by FlickrRestraining of cats and dogs for clinical examination and medication
Photo provided by FlickrA humane, effective way to restrain your dog
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Every veterinarian and vet tech has come across an aggressive cat in their practice and knows that it can be difficult to properly treat an animal like this. In this video, a feral cat is examined with the help of towels. These handling techniques and more are outlined in Low Stress Handling and Restraint of Dogs and Cats.Veterinarians and technicians who learn low stress dog restraint have happier patients who are more likely to enjoy their vet visits. This video shows just one of many techniques outlined in Dr Sophia Yin’s Low Stress Handling and Restraint of Dogs and Cats textbook.At times, you may find it necessary to restrain your dog. Sometimes it’s as simple as scooping your dog up into your arms or attaching a leash to your dog’s collar. In other cases, a little more restraint is needed to give medications, to trim nails, or to keep an injured dog safe from further injury. In all cases, safety of all humans and dogs involved is of the most importance.Of course, a regular seatbelt is designed for human passengers, and won't offer the protection and comfort that your pet needs. Because of this, we have created a new line of EzyDog to keep your puppy safe when you are behind the wheel. Our dog seat belt restraints are crafted with your pet's needs in mind, and will keep him or her happy and healthy as you cruise down the road. More .But unless you properly restrain your dog when you are on the road, you could be putting him or her in serious danger. In reality, dogs should be strapped in at all times when they are riding in cars with their owners.Above all, our restraints are made with high-quality materials that are built to last for as long as you need. Your dog's safety and health is our number one priority, which is why we use only superior materials to craft dog car restraints for the pets in your life.At EzyDog, our dog seat belt restraints are sturdy and easy to buckle, and will make every car ride with your puppy a pleasant experience. The dog seat belts available from EzyDog are:Don't take another trip in the car without a restraint for your pooch. And for an option that meets your needs, consider a dog seat belt restraint from EzyDog that keeps your pup safe and secure as you roll down the road.