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Catch Pole for Dogs Animal Control Tool Capture Noose Stainless Steel Catching and Releasing Trap Stick 52 inches

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If animal control poles seem too complicated or daunting to use, you can try using a Y-pole, which is a pole with two padded prongs in a y-shape at the end, which can be used to gently pin an animal to the wall or cage so it can be approached or handled.

APPROPRIATE FOR ANIMAL RESCUE MISSIONS: Live animal traps are ideal for animal control officers, vets, and even farmers and can be used to easily transport an animal to a humane society, a pet clinic, or out to the wild; Use this dog catcher pole as a squirrel trap, rabbit trap, skunk trap, racoon trap, or opossum trap pole; These dog snare cat traps can even be used on large lizards, small alligators, or other medium-sized wildlife These are meant to be a temporary restraint in both control and rescue situations, so make sure you know where you are taking the animal before using the pole. Cat restraint bag (aka “cat bag”) – usually a nylon bag that a cat can be placed in to control the legs, can be difficult to initially get the cat inside, must be careful to not get fur/skin caught in the zippers E-collar – will keep the mouth away from the handler though because cats are more agile, they are more likely to remove them There is a large margin for error when using this control tool, especially since it is difficult to properly place the noose on the animal.

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In 98% of cases, injuries to humans occur because someone did something unwise, became complacent while working on the animal, or did not know how to read the animal’s body language. Remember that behavior is constantly changing. Just because the animal is friendly at the beginning of the exam or procedure, does not mean the animal will remain so three seconds later. Always assume the animal may injure you at any time – be cautious and prudent, but not paranoid. Always keep your body parts away from the animal’s weapons. AVMA Emergency Preparedness and Response Guide available at: https://www.avma.org/kb/resources/reference/disaster/p ages/default.aspx Consider chemical restraint/sedation if the patient is overly aggressive, nervous, or difficult to handle as it may b e safer for both the patient and the handler In addition to the proven and trusted spring loaded release mechanism, Ketch-All has added a unique emergency release feature: a simple lift and slide of the knob allows the cable loop to drop away.

Consider giving pain medication if the patient is painful or if pain is expected to be induced during a procedure The Ketch-All pole was designed by Ketch-All Company and is used by animal control professionals and other animal handlers throughout the world.

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They cannot be used on cats or small animals (like rabbits) because the risk of death or injury is too high to risk use. Proper restraint of a patient allows for the effective treatment of the patient but also the safety of the patient and the handler. Proper restraint techniques are an absolutely vital skill for every veterinary professional. https://spca.bc.ca/programs-services/leaders-in-our-field/position- statements/position-statement-on-companion-animal-handling-and-restraint E -collar – very useful in brachycephalic dogs (pugs etc.) that are difficult to muzzle, will keep the mouth away from the handler

Dogs: Most dogs are well behaved, well socialized family pets and can be easily handled. However, even the best trained dog may bite when he or she is painful or feels threatened. The first step towards appropriate dog restraint is recognizing behavior cues. Always use the least amount of restraint necessary for the procedure and invade the animal’s “intimate space” as little as possible. Restrain the animal for the behavior that it is currently showing – not for the behavior that you think it may show in the near future. This change of mind return policy is in addition to, and does not affect your rights under the Australian Consumer Law including any rights you may have in respect of faulty items. To return faulty items see our Returning Faulty Items policy. Consider having the owner leave the room as the patient may feel the need to protect their owner, become more distressed if it senses its owner’s distress, also dogs may behave better without their owner’s present Strong, yet light in weight, this tool will provide many years of use. Used by Zoos, veterinarians, animal control officers and others.Flat leashes – short leashes that have a choker type loop at one end. used to lead a dog but also as a “lasso” to remove a fearful/cage protective animal from a kennel

Appropriate restraint is all about empathy, finesse, and technique – it has little to do with strength. If any procedure requires more than two people to actually hold the animal, there is something wrong with the employed technique for that procedure on that animal for that day. The more people that are involved, the more threatened the animal will feel and the more easily someone will be injured. Restraint also does not necessarily mean immobilization. Animals have 5 basic reactions to stress or threat. These include fight, flight, freeze, faint, and fidget (or fooling around). The latter is an often overlooked sign of stress. Staff members frequently assume animals that are obnoxious and hyper in the room are just plain stupid or untrained, but this is a simplistic outlook considering the situation the animal is in. Keep open minded that the animal’s hyperactivity might actually be a reaction to stress. Punishing these animals usually raises their stress level and exacerbates the behavior.

The Ketch-All Company has been manufacturing quality animal control equipment for over 60 years.

Manufactured in the USA since 1952, the Ketch-All pole was designed by the Ketch-All Company and is used by animal control professionals and other animal handlers worldwide. Only attempt when all participants are ready as some cats have a limited amount of time they will tolerate handling Towels/blankets – can be very useful in removing cats from cages, also can be used to wrap a cat to control the legs Can help restrain wildlife without having to touch the animal, and will allow examination safely for both animal and handler.

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