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1. The least desirable method of restraint for a cat is
A. holding the cat while wearing heavy gloves.
B. holding the cat with your bare hands.
C. placing the cat in a cat bag.
D. using a tranquilizer to calm the cat.
2. Which of the following should you avoid doing before opening
a bird’s cage?
A. Closing all doors and windows so the bird can’t escape
B. Turning on exhaust fans so the bird doesn’t overheat
C. Putting a net or towel close at hand to recapture the bird
if it escapes
D. Asking the owner if the bird will hop on a finger or arm
3. The best place to apply a chain twitch to a horse is
A. the horse’s rump.
B. the horse’s upper lip.
C. over the horse’s nose.
D. between the horse’s teeth.
4. When holding a horse for examination, always stand on the
A. horse’s left side.
B. horse’s right side.
C. side opposite the veterinarian.
D. same side as the veterinarian.5. Mechanical restraint aids should be cleaned
A. after each use. C. once a week.
B. when they’re dirty. D. if an animal resists its scent.
6. What is the correct and safest method of picking up a hamster?
A. Grasp the loose skin on the back of its neck.
B. Pick it up at the base of its tail.
C. Scoop it up with a small net.
D. Grasp it by placing your thumb and index finger around its lower jaw.
7. You’re correctly holding an animal by its rear legs, its head between your knees, its
back between your legs, and its front legs touching the ground. The animal you’re
holding is a
A. lamb just learning to walk.
B. small pig receiving an injection.
C. goat undergoing venipuncture.
D. dog being restrained for blood collection.
8. For jugular venipuncture, a dog should be restrained
A. standing up. C. lying on its side.
B. sitting. D. with its forelegs off the table.
9. The fetal hold should never be used on
A. overweight cats. C. kittens.
B. young adult cats. D. small, older adult cats.
10. Rubber-tipped forceps can be used to
A. restrain a gerbil for venipuncture.
B. transport a rabbit to another cage.
C. transport a gerbil to another cage.
D. restrain a rabbit for venipuncture.
11. When returning a rabbit to its cage, it’s best to position the animal
A. head first, so its rear legs can use your arm for traction.
B. facing toward you so its rear legs go in first.
C. cradled gently with its rear legs on either side of your forearm.
D. on its side.
12. You place a slip leash and collar on a dog, carry the dog to an examination table, and
hold the dog in the appropriate positions for examination and treatment. What
restraint type have you avoided?
A. Manual restraint C. Chemical restraint
B. Mechanical restraint D. None: you’ve employed them all.13. A _______ is a long tubular handle with a thick retractable wire inside it.
A. muzzle C. head snare
B. slip leash D. training collar
14. The primary purpose of muzzling a dog is to
A. prevent it from panting. C. prevent it from biting.
B. distract it. D. calm it down.
15. You catch this animal with a catching hook, approach it, wrap your arms around its
body, pull it close to your side as you pick it up, and carry it under your arm.
You’re correctly handling a
A. newborn lamb. C. goat.
B. piglet. D. turkey.
16. For minor technical procedures, sheep are best restrained by
A. tilting them onto their rump.
B. applying a shepherds crook to the rear leg.
C. being pushed up against a barrier.
D. being cross-tied in stocks.
17. A _______ has a loop at one end tied with a slipknot and is used to help restrain a
captured pig’s head.
A. V-trough C. snubbing rope
B. hobble D. pig snare
18. When properly applied to a dog, the loose end of the training collar will be
A. out to the side and directly under the dog’s neck.
B. out to the side at the top of the dog’s neck.
C. straight down under the dog’s neck.
D. over the back at the top of the dog’s neck.
19. To break a biting ferret’s grip, it’s best to
A. place the ferret under running water.
B. distract the ferret with several brisk taps on the tail.
C. make loud screeching noises.
D. cover the ferret’s eyes.
20. If a dog requires more restraint than you can get with a sitting position, which of the
following should you use?
A. Standing restraint C. Restraint gloves
B. Sternal recumbency D. Head snare
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