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Number: 119/851
Name: Animal husbandry > Body worn protective shield or apparel > Horn, spur, or claw shield
Description: Subject matter wherein an animal borne guard protects a hard, pointed member projecting from the head of an animal, i.e., a horn, a spinelike projection on a leg of a bird, i.e., a spur, or a sharp nail on a toe of an animal, i.e., a claw, from injury or from injuring another being or object.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8176878 Method and apparatus for restraining and muzzling animals May. 15, 2012
7703419 Animal toe nail covering and method of manufacture Apr. 27, 2010
7069879 Animal toenail cap Jul. 4, 2006
6659047 Animal toe nail covers Dec. 9, 2003
6367425 Spur glove for birds Apr. 9, 2002
6058891 Dew claw protective cover May. 9, 2000
5967096 Spur glove for birds Oct. 19, 1999
5535707 Head and horn protector for steers Jul. 16, 1996
4962731 Animal toe nail covers Oct. 16, 1990
4432545 Non-lethal cock fighting system Feb. 21, 1984

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