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Considerations for Scruffing Feline Patients

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Scruffing used to be one of the most common ways to restraint feline patients. But that doesn’t mean it’s the best method! Learn from Staff Veterinarian Christy Michael, BVMS, about alternative methods for restraining, recognizing fearful behaviors, and how to make your feline patients more comfortable in your clinic.

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Christy Michael

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Ina Hernandez's picture

Great Video. I would love if possible and owner allows, next time you have a fractious kitty you could show the best way of restraint and place the ecollar or any other methods you may have. It will be very helpful to see it in action so that we can get ideas. Thank you so much.

Rachel Medo's picture

Hi Ina,

Thanks for your feedback! I've linked a few videos below that you might be interested in as well.

https://www.atdove.org/video/fractious-cat-restraint
https://www.atdove.org/video/feline-towel-restraint
https://www.atdove.org/video/feline-restraint-low-stress-handling
https://www.atdove.org/video/basic-feline-restraint

Feel free to email me directly at rmedo@dovelewis.org if you have any additional requests or feedback!