Mitigating and Preparing for Disasters: A Survey of Memphis Organizations

@inproceedings{Sadiq2009MitigatingAP,
  title={Mitigating and Preparing for Disasters: A Survey of Memphis Organizations},
  author={Abdul-Akeem Sadiq},
  year={2009}
}
A supporting appliance for animals having a weak back includes a harness for encircling the animal's shoulder, a brace that extends the length of the animal's back and a girth that encircles the animal's body. The brace provides support for the animal's back so that the animal may undertake normal movements otherwise difficult or prevented due to insufficient back strength. Alternately, the brace may be oriented on the halter and girth so that when the appliance is secured to the animal, the… CONTINUE READING

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