ANIMAL HANDLING GLOVES SYNTHETIC, THREE OPEN FINGER STYLE. (Comes in Pairs only.)
(Please remember that these gloves are bite resistant, not bite proof.)
The ArmOR Hand Gloves are made of ALL synthetic materials
including Stretch Cordura (strongest stretch material), Neoprene over
knuckles increases flexibility, Double layer DuPont™ knit Kevlar® lines
the entire hand.These gloves also have superior flexibility and dexterity as well as bring reinforced in high risk areas.The first three fingers are exposed so that you can use the Procedure-Palpation Gloves to administer
vaccines, trim nails, palpate, clean ears, give IV fluids, anything and
The gloves are NOT bulky: you can feel the pressure
you are applying to restrain, you can achieve proper restraint
(decreasing chance of being injured), stress is decreased for pet owner,
pet, and staff - animals won't slip through your hands. Keeping You
& Your Animal Safe.
are a veterinarian, volunteer rescue worker, or groomer - anyone who
handles animals - can benefit from The ArmOR Hand Gloves.
disclaimer: "The ArmOR Hand Gloves
are bite resistant not bite proof. They can decrease the severity of
These gloves are
now being used by Animal handlers, Zoo's, Raptor centers, Veterinary
offices, pet owners, Pet shops, Humane animal shelters, SPCA, Wildlife
Rehabbers, Veterinary Schools, Vet Technicians, Pet Groomers, Animal
control officers and many more.
employees may feel more comfortable wearing the gloves even for routine
exams, while being more cautious in the workplace.The gloves can be wiped down and they are machine washable! Machine wash cold, mild detergent, line/hang dry. Easy! They come in 4 sizes: Small, Medium, and Large, and XL to ensure a proper fit. See size chart below to measure your hand. Each glove has an easily visible size marker at the top of the cuff as
well as a loop for hanging/easy storage. The gloves are water-resistant.
Each pair of gloves are hand-cut and sewn for a perfect fit!
AORHO - ANIMAL HANDLING GLOVES SYNTHETIC, THREE OPEN FINGER STYLE. $148.00. PER PAIR.
THE PROCEDURE PALPATION GLOVE- WITH THREE OPEN FINGERS.
These gloves are 17" long.
"I work with raptors, foxes, and raccoons. I feel the
pressure of a talon or bite, but have yet to receive a single wound. I love my
gloves. I love that they protect up to my elbow and they are so comfortable to
wear. I can even grip a syringe while wearing them. BEST investment I ever
President of SOAR
"WE LOVE YOUR GLOVES! They protect against bites from
all types of animals! Before we had these gloves, we sustained bites from wild
animals through other types of gloves. These gloves allow us to gain control of
wildlife safely. The ArmOR Hand Gloves have changed the way we assist wildlife.
I have been bitten while wearing the gloves but did not get injured - not even
bruising! Thank you so much for developing these amazing gloves!"
Dr. Laura Catena
Hand Protective Glove Inventor
I love being a veterinarian, and am well-aware of the
seriousness of animal-related injuries. When I was bitten by a patient, my
joints became infected. I had severe pain, extensive surgery, and months of
physical therapy in order to regain proper function of my hand. Because of my
injury, I developed The Arm OR Hand Protective Gloves. These gloves help to
protect against animal-related injuries, by allowing safe and proper animal
handling. The gloves provide personal protection of the hand and forearm,
decreasing the chance of bites and scratches, as well as the transmission of
disease, through safe restraint techniques.
My Bite Pictures shown below.
"the size chart
is very accurate"
disclaimer: "The ArmOR Hand Gloves
are bite resistant not bite proof. They can decrease the severity of injury, if
gloves help to decrease the chance of injury in more ways than one - you can
actually wear them and utilize proper restraint technique (this is impossible
with any bulky glove). With proper restraint technique, the chance of injury
severely decreases. The gloves are reinforced in statistically the high-risk bite
areas. The gloves have the rubber coating so that animals won't slip through
your hands (this in itself decreases animal stress as well as handler stress).