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The most common and often most important role of any veterinary technician or assistant is to provide appropriate restraint to the patient. This is not only to ensure that the staff remains safe from injury but it also gives the animal support and comfort during what might be a stressful experience for them. In this two part series you will learn restraint holds for common venipunctures, the use of lift tables, kitty burritos and more. Demonstrating proficiency in these common restraint techniques is critical in becoming a reliable staff member and will come with time and experience.

  1. Feline Restraint
  2. Canine Restraint

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