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Restraint

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k9 threatening posture ears are erect, tail is upright, skin on back of neck may or not be slightly ruffled
k9 defensive posture ears laid back, tail hanging down or tucked, may whine or growl
what are three types of restraint verbal, physical and chemical
what is the responsibility of the restrainer responsible for maintaining control over the animal, present and stabilize the venipuncture site, occlude the vein for blood draw
what are three common sites for canine venipuncture juggler, cephalic, lateral saphenous
how do cats communicate smell, body language and vocalization
feline submissive posture avoids eye contact, ears back, crouched passively, tail tucked between legs, may lie belly up
feline frightened posture eyes wide open, ears lay flat back, whiskers back, back arched
feline defensive threat posture faces ene
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