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Ringing In addition to birds' legs, which could have been specially designed for carrying rings, the rabbit's leg above the hock can also be ringed. Care must be taken to choose exactly the right size of ring: too large a ring will fall off or may chafe, too small a ring will bite into the flesh and may do serious damage. Collars and Belts By law, dogs carry collars specifically for identification purposes. Cats may also have collars, and tolerate them well. Sheep and cattle have suitable necks for collars.
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Animal Marking: Recognition Marking of Animals in Research by Bernard Stonehouse