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CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RI.11-12.4 ›Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text, including figurative, connotative, and technical meanings; analyze how an author uses and refines the meaning of a key term or terms over the course of a text (e.g., how Madison defines faction in Federalist No. 10).
›Explain the difference between restraining cats and dogs. ›What is the easiest temporary form of restraint for small animals? ›How can you tell the difference between an aggressive dog and a submissive dog? ›Why should you avoid looking a new dog directly in the eyes?
›Dogs generally come to a vet clinic with their owner but often experience fear because of a new environment. ›There are two types of fear behavior that a dog may exhibit when entering the vet clinic; –If cornered the dog may exhibit avoidance and submission. –If cornered the dog may exhibit avoidance and aggression.
›Injury from biting dogs is a common injury in the veterinary clinic. Statistics have shown that 40% of dog bites come from animals that have not been vaccinated for rabies.
›Always speak with a reassuring voice. ›Extend your hand toward the dog, allowing it to smell your hand and become familiar with your scent. ›Avoid initial eye contact, the dog will assume that you are not trying to assume a dominant position. ›Tail wagging and sniffing indicate that you have been accepted. ›Begin scratching behind the ears and gradually move your hands over the dogs entire body.
›Dangerous dogs should be caught with snares or ropes. ›Remember even a tranquilized dog is still capable of biting.
›The method of restraint depends on the type and size of the dog, the procedure to be performed and the dogs temperament. –Most dogs can be restrained with a temporary gauze muzzle.
›Venipuncture is a common process for which dogs need to be restrained. These are examples of venipuncture restraint;
›An Elizabethan collar is also used as a means of restraint on small animals. The purpose of the Elizabethan collar is to prevent the animal from licking or chewing at the wound bandage.
›Make sure all doors and windows are closed when examining cats. ›Cats like enclosed spaces to hide and will fight when removed from hiding places. ›Covering the animal with a blanket is a good way to avoid injury. ›Wear gloves and carry cats by the scruff of the neck.
›Since cats tend to resist treatment and fight the handler restrain the animal so that neither is harmed.