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Number: 119/785
Name: Animal husbandry > Animal controlling or handling (e.g., restraining, breaking, training, sorting, conveying, etc.) > Hitching or tethering > Traveler > Including rolling element
Description: Subject matter wherein the follower incorporates at least one component which travels the track while turning on an axis.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7992524 Cat can't jump--device for training small animals Aug. 9, 2011
7040255 Pet restraint May. 9, 2006
6886498 Animal leash and running device May. 3, 2005
5746157 Vehicle-mounted animal restraint apparatus May. 5, 1998
5437246 Corner turning free-run animal trolley system Aug. 1, 1995
5339773 Track with moveable trolley for tethering and restraining an animal Aug. 23, 1994
5213063 Animal tethering device May. 25, 1993
4862833 Animal tether device Sep. 5, 1989
4667625 Dog run apparatus having shock absorbing capability May. 26, 1987

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