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  1. HOW TO PULL OFF SHOE

    How to Pull Off Shoe

    After clinch next step is to remove the shoe with pulloffs. Pull Offs should be hold with one handle in each hand, bring the handles together to completely close the jaws of the pulloffs around the outside heel of the shoe, behind the last nail. Then, with both hands around both handles, rock the handles toward the toe and back toward the heel several times to loosen the shoe a little; same can be repeated on the inside heel.

    Give the pulloffs a sharp, quick push away from you, toward the toe of the foot. The sharper and faster this movement, the more easily the shoe will come loose; if it’s slow and weak, nothing may happen.

    Medical Tools farrier tools are designed to bring comfort, performance and durability to the job. Excellent quality used by professionals.

    • Blades are aligned and sharpened by hand for accurate trimming and longer blade life.
    • Smooth Serrations
    • Black Color Coate
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  2. HOW TO PULL NAIL FROM HOOF

    Crease nail-puller can be use to pull out nails. Medical Tools nail pullers are gentle on a sore foot. Clamp the jaws around the head of nail in turn and pry the nail out by pushing the handle away from you.  When all the nails are out, the shoe came off easily.

    Nails should be gently pulled through the foot; Creased Nail Pullers perform continuous pull. Our Nail Pullers are developed specifically for pulling horseshoe nails. Full polished head with wide throat clearance. Engineered to allow close cutting.

    An essential tool for the removal of miss-driven nails or nails which have been in for some time. Professional quality and exceptional value.

    Medical Tools 13″ Nail Pullers are excellent because

    • made of high quality steel
    • narrow beaks allow for easy removal of all types of nails
    • Ergonomically designed
    • Hand Polished
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  3. SHEEP TAIL DOCKING TOOLS

    Docking

    Docking is when the tail is shortened. Docking improves the health and welfare of sheep and lambs. The tail protects the sheep’s anus, vulva, and udder from weather extremes. Sheep lift their tail when they defecate and use their tail, to some extent, to scatter their feces. The ancestor of most modern sheep breeds (Mouflon) is a hair sheep with a short tail. Centuries of selection for wool production has resulted in sheep with long, woolly tails which usually require docking.

    Sheep Tail Banding

    All lambs are born with tails, much longer than what most adult sheep have. Much like many canines, such as cocker spaniels, sheep have their tails docked by their owners through a process called “banding.” The method is performed with the elastrator

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  4. Tail Banding in Dogs

    Tail banding in Dogs

    Most veterinarians agree that the risk of tail injury in adult dogs is completely eliminated by removal of the tail when the puppy is only days old.

    The banding method is used by many veterinarians for dogs dock. This is a simple and painless procedure that does not cause distress to the dam or puppies.

    Banding is done at 2-5 days, a special rubber band is placed on the tail, it constricts the blood supply to the rear of the tail. The puppies do not feel irritation or discomfort when sitting or being athletic activities. After about 3 days, the tail will fall.

    Puppy Tail Banding kit included

    • Elastrator
    • Tail Banding with rubber bands (20 Pcs)

    Elastrator work as a band setting tools, helping veterinarians to put rubber to the desired location.

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  5. MALE DOG SCROTAL CASTRATION – NEUTER KIT

    Male Dog Scrotal Castration -Neuter Kit

    Male Dog Scrotal Castration – Neutering is the surgical removal of the testicles. There are several reasons for castration such as

    • It eliminates the reproduction potential
    • It reduces sexual activity
    • It reduces tendency to roam and fight
    • It reduces general level of aggression
    • It eliminate chances of testicular cancer
    • It resolve disease of the prostate gland

    Most of the veterinarians agree that the best age for castration is between 6-12 months of age. At this age the procedure is very low risk and easy to perform.
    Early castration is the responsible thing to do. It could save the dogs life and make him a much more desirable housemate.

    Medical Tools 23 Instruments professional quality Medical Tools Male Dog Castration – Neutering Kit contains all necessary tools to perform complete procedure.

    Kit Includ

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  6. BURDIZZO CASTRATION FORCEPS 14 Inch

    Burdizzo Castrator is invented by Italian Dr. Burdizzo, BULL POWER Burdizzo Castrator is most advance pincer for bloodless castration of bulls, calves, rams, pigs and colts. 36cm (14″) Burdizzo Castrator is effective because it;

    • Work without injury to skin
    • No blood poisoning or painful effect
    • Do not cut the scrotum
    • No blood flow risk
    • Simple to operate
    • No open wound

    Medical Tools Burdizzo Castrator are manufactured under high strict quality control, perform its function effectively.

     

     

     

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  7. TATTOOING ANIMALS PROCEDURE AND INSTRUCTIONS

    Animal identification is done when a calf is born. It is one of the most important tasks, as identification is essential for keeping genetic information as accurate as possible. Permanent identification can be done by either tattoo or tamper-proof eartags.

    Calves identification by tattoos must be done before leaving individual pens or ties. One or both ears may be used; and the letter, numbers or both can be used for tattooing. No two animals of the same sex in the same herd may have the same tattoo. Tattoos must include at least one letter and one number. Tattoos may not exceed a total of seven letters and numbers in each ear. It is the owner’s responsibility to maintain a valid and legible tattoo in the ear of each animal owned.

    The Basic Procedure

    1. Select any letter

    2. Number the calves consecutively from 1 to 999, the number preceded by the letter you have selected. For example, if you select A as your letter, the tattoos

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  8. IMPORTANT POINTS IN HOOF TRIMMING

    Farrier nippers

    Farrier nippers are like nail clippers for horses. You use them to trim a horses hoof so that a shoe will go on nicely.But always be sure to use them with complete caution and care so that you do not hurt the horse. Nippers are used to remove the surplus growth of the hoof wall. Several sizes are available: 12, 14, 15 and 16-inch nippers are used where more leverage is needed on dry hoofs and on draft horses; 12-inch nippers can be used on show horses, racehorses and foals and those with weak hand strength. When used by an expert farrier, the viewer may notice that the farrier uses the nippers to cut off any overly excessive sole and hoof areas that reduce the need for extra rasping or knife strokes.

    Hoof Nippers

    These are used to cut the hoof wall down to the correct length and to cut off

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  9. PERIODONTAL DISEASES IN PETS

    Many pet owners believe that animals clean their own teeth naturally by chewing on bones, sticks, or other items in nature. While it may be true that animals in the wild chew to clean their teeth, they do not avoid oral diseases or the systemic infections that follow. In addition, animals in the wild are not eating processed foods that deposit plaque on the teeth—more likely they are eating entire rodents and other small prey, bones included. As chewing and tearing apart a kill can scrape teeth and massage gums, these animals suffer from broken teeth and a variety of problems in the mouth that contribute to illness and early death.

    Domestic pets enjoy veterinary care that includes regular oral exams and teeth cleaning, preventive measures that allow for disease prevention and an extended life. Pets who do not receive dental care often suffer from gum disease as early as age 3. This leads to more serious health problems including heart, lung, and kidney disease. Prevent

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  10. EAR CROPPING IS NECESSARY?

    Necessary for Pets?

    Originally, ear cropping was done on “working” dogs such as terriers or hunting dogs, to save their ears from being injured while they were working. The practice of cropping ears has continued because many dog fanciers feel that the cropped ears complete the look of the dog. Many people are questioning the need for ear cropping: The aspect of animal cruelty comes into play, and many argue that there is no medical, physical, environmental or cosmetic advantage for the dog to have the pinnas (ear flaps) surgically altered.  They claim to subject any dog to “disfiguring” and an unnecessary surgical procedure, subsequent taping, and bandaging after the surgery, amounts to animal cruelty and is indefensible.

    Others will argue that for some breeds, the cropped ear will help prevent ear canal infections, and make the opportunity for ear infections much less likely.  They will state the ear cropping is

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