Properly positioning an animal is a skill that makes a better-rounded veterinarian. Emily is built exactly for this purpose.
Students learn how to position dogs for abdominal surgery, x-ray, spay and neuter, advanced spinal stabilization, spinal recumbency and more. It has natural movements and offers resistance; allowing you to safely practice techniques before working on live animals. Fully articulated, Emily has shoulders and hip joints that rotate realistically, with 90° flexibility. Also with 90° range of motion are the knees, elbows, and carpal and hock joints. This baby comes complete with carrying case, kneeling pad and brush.