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at the end of your tether

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restraint consisting of a rope (or light chain) used to restrain an animal

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tie with a tether

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Approval of the device was granted to Zimmer Biomet Spine, which is partnering with the Harms Study Group to develop a patient data registry to assess the long-term performance of the Tether -- Vertebral Body Tethering System.
Head of trading standards Dave Picken said the council did not allow horses to be kept on public land, but that tethering itself was not illegal.
For clarity, several factors are represented as uppercase letter codes: adult SOURCE (FE or GB), tethering FORCE (N), flume FLOW (Low, Medium, High), developmental STAGE (Early, Middle, Late), and DAY (day of egg mass deposition since adults were placed in flumes at the start of the experiment).
Tethering involved allowing animals to move only within a circle.
The good news is, while tethering at the site of injury is common after SCI, only an estimated 5-10% of people will develop problems from it and subsequent cyst formation.
The charity has issued recommendations for people who insist on tethering animals to adhere to, including making sure the creature has fresh water, is fed and is checked at least twice a day.
The FDA reviewed data for The Tether - Vertebral Body Tethering System through the humanitarian device exemption (HDE) process.
"The council has a proactive animal health response, which works closely with other agencies, and anyone who fails in their responsibility could find themselves in court.'' An RSPCA spokesman said: "We believe that tethering is not a suitable method of longterm management of an animal as it restricts that animal's freedom to exercise itself, to find food or water, or to escape from either predators or the extremes of hot or cold weather."
At an earlier hearing 30-year-old Jackson pleaded guilty to two offences - cruelly tethering and failure to provide veterinary attention.
The charity is calling for existing animal welfare legislation to be tightened up to prevent suffering from tethering.
According to (http://www.androidpolice.com/2017/01/20/google-rolling-new-feature-called-instant-tethering-play-services-10-2/) Android Police , Google is rolling out Google Play Services 10.2, a software update that comes with a feature called Instant Tethering. Based on its name alone, it's pretty clear that this feature provides Android users with a means to instantly launch the tethering functionality of their phones.
Tethering is not specifi-cally illegal in itself, but the RSPCA does not recommend it as away to keep a horse.
However, Walton, who subsequently sold the nine-month old pony, admitted the tethering of the horse and the welfare of the animal was his responsibility.
Inspector Simon Davies, who was called to the field on April 12, said that although tethering wasn't illegal, it caused suffering to equines.