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Tattooing

These pics are old. I will get updated pictures soon.
 
My Clamp Tattoo kit. I use Bass Equipment's Grand Champian II Set. www.bassequipment.com
 
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1. Santize rabbit's left ear
 
(In this picture I have Jack wrapped in a towel. When I first started tattooing I wrapped them. Now I don't find a need for a towel.)
 
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(I know he doesn't look too happy but he's perfectly fine)
 
2. Pick out Number(s)/Letter(s) desired to tattoo rabbit. The smaller the ear the smaller the tattoo is IMO best.
 
 
 
 
3. Test clamp on a piece of paper.
 
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Hopefully your test won't turn out like this one
 
 
 
 
 
4. Check where vein are in rabbit's ear to make sure you don't hit them and make a bloody mess! If you can't see the veins shine a flash light through the back of the ear.
 
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5. Position clamp away from veins and clamp down HARD. Don't be afraid to put some muscle into it. Rabbit may jump or squeal.
 
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6. Brush ink into holes. Make sure ink gets into them! Or else you'll have an illegable tattoo.
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7. More ink into ears! But make sure it doesn't fall down inside of the rabbit's ear canal
 
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See just fine and dandy! Only hurt for a few seconds. I don't wipe excess ink out. I let it dry in the ear for a week then I clean it out.
 
 
 
 
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A finished tattoo. It reads: RE
 
 

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