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Number: 119/809
Name: Animal husbandry > Animal controlling or handling (e.g., restraining, breaking, training, sorting, conveying, etc.) > For inhibiting tail switching
Description: Subject matter wherein the limiting means obstructs or discourages undesirable whipping movement of a caudal appendage, i.e., a tail, of an animal.










Sub-classes under this class:

Class Number Class Name Patents
119/810 Combined with leg restraint 2
119/813 Having clamping jaws biased by coil spring 0
119/811 Having flexible band or strand portion (e.g., tail tethered to another object) 4
119/812 Having one-piece clamping jaws 0


Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6955139 Tail suspension test apparatus Oct. 18, 2005
6789510 Animal restraining apparatus and animal experiment for using the same Sep. 14, 2004
4378667 Disposable tail sleeve enveloping assembly Apr. 5, 1983











 
 
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