Animal Care Equipment — What You Need to Know

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Caring for your animal should be at the top of your list. There is special equipment at times needed by licensed individuals that everyone should know about that are safe. When in doubt talk to your vet or local animal control representative they can definitely help you.
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Handling Equipment

There is an array of handling equipment out there that licensed vets, animal control and consumers can use such as carriers, nets, and stretchers.
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Traps and Baits

There are various traps and baits to place an animal when they are trespassing and being disruptive. At times, you have to bait them to go into the trap, but the traps are usually very safe for them.
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Poles and Graspers

Graspers should be used when your little friend is a lot quicker than you or if you can’t reach them. Poles also can be used with the graspers. This grasper is from Do It Yourself Pest Control!
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Snake Handling

If you have a wild snake in your home or if your pet snake has wandered into a neighbor home, then chances are a bag will be used to put it in. Snakes thongs and hooks to pick up the snake will be a part of it too.
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Kennels/Carriers

When you need to carry your pet around. There are tons of carriers and kennels suited for that purpose. Some have folding doors, 2 doors, you name it. All depends on you.
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Nets

Nets are used to entrap an animal for a number of reasons. It could be for rescue, it could be to entrap for rehabilitation into the wild, you name it.
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Muzzles

You should only use a muzzle if your dog is prone to bite or if it is stressed in a certain situation. Never use it for training or for socialization.
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Stretchers

Various stretchers can be used when an animal is sick, hurt or for surgical reasons. There are field rescue and soft stretchers.
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Chemical Capture

Chemical Capture includes, tranquilizer darts, blowpipes, syringes and various darting system that a licensed vet can use to immobilize an animal. No one without a DEA license can immobilize a pet or an animal.
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Disease Control

There are many ways to reduce disease. Air purfication, cleaning and disinfecting, spraying and odor control are some of the ways. Your local animal care equipment company can further assist you with all you need to know.
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