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Number: 119/674
Name: Animal husbandry > Antivermin treating or cleaning > Immersing chamber; e.g., dip or wash means > Having means to lift animal
Description: Device including means to raise the animal against the force of gravity.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7913652 Elevating animal bathing tub Mar. 29, 2011
7497188 Pet bathing apparatus Mar. 3, 2009
7428882 Height adjustable wet table Sep. 30, 2008
7044086 Animal raising and lowering system May. 16, 2006
6553943 Pet bathing apparatus Apr. 29, 2003
6516752 Veterinary bathing station with rotating ingress/egress ramp Feb. 11, 2003
5394836 Method and system for treatment of larger animals Mar. 7, 1995
4918766 Hydrotherapy exercising device with scissor lift treadmill Apr. 24, 1990
4574739 Horse exercising device Mar. 11, 1986
4236489 Animal pool with lift platform Dec. 2, 1980
4165714 Animal handling systems Aug. 28, 1979
4161925 Electronic controls for automatically operating a cattle dipping vat Jul. 24, 1979

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