Restraint of domestic animals; a book for the use of students and practitioners; 312 illustrations from pen drawings and 26 half tones from original photographs . d directly behind the animal with a firm tail hold. As soonas everything is in readiness the command should be given, atwhich time sufficient traction is made on the main rope to drawthe feet from under the animal. The success of the job dependslargely upon the way the tail hold is manipulated. At theproper time the operator should, by pulling tail either to theright or left, unbalance the animal, and just before it comes in-contact
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