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Number: 119/766
Name: Animal husbandry > Animal controlling or handling (e.g., restraining, breaking, training, sorting, conveying, etc.) > Animal-carried hook or extension for engaging and preventing breaching or lifting of fence or barrier (e.g., poke, drag hook, etc.) > Having rigid extension protruding from head, face, or muzzle area of animal (e.g., bar and halter, etc.)
Description: Subject matter wherein the extension is a relatively stiff member (e.g., bar, hook, etc.) having its proximal attachment to an animal"s ear, horn, or any portion of its head between and including its ears and nose.

Sub-classes under this class:

Class Number Class Name Patents
119/767 Having connection to or support from nostril, horn, or ear 0
119/768 Rigid extension pivotally connected to animal support 1

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7444960 Muzzle release system for animals Nov. 4, 2008
6367424 Blind animal safety harness Apr. 9, 2002

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