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Dale E Bertwell, Joseph P Markham: Photo-thermal therapeutic device and method. Fields Lewis Pittenger Rost & Smith, October 25, 1994: US05358503 (138 worldwide citation)

An apparatus, for simultaneous or selective treatment of an area of the skin and adjacent subcutaneous structure of a patient utilizing photo energy and therapeutic heat, which includes a plurality of juxtaposed diodes. Each diode has a longitudinal axis and is capable of projecting a non-coherent c ...


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Joseph P Markham, Peter Emily: Therapeutic pet toy. Bounce, Fields Lewis Pittenger & Rost, February 7, 1989: US04802444 (86 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a dental hygienic pet toy for dental prophylaxis on the teeth of a dog or other carnivore as the toy is chewed by the carnivore. The toy includes an elastomeric body having an outer surface and at least one groove which opens onto the outer surface. The groove is sized and configured so ...


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Joseph P Markham, Brent P Johnson, Gary D Fields: Pet toy product with integral treats receiving receptacles. Bounce, Fields and Johnson P C, September 7, 1999: US05947061 (79 worldwide citation)

A pet toy product for holding one or more animal treats has a body member having an outer surface with one or more recesses for removably holding one or more animal treats. The recesses may be of varying depth so that the treats in the deeper recesses are more difficult for the animal to extract tha ...


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Joseph P Markham: Bouncing pet toy. Bounce, Fields and Johnson P C, February 2, 1999: US05865146 (64 worldwide citation)

A pet toy has an elongated hollow body extending along a longitudinal axis with first and second spaced bulbous sections, each having a side wall of substantially constant cross-section throughout. The first and second sections each include respective first and second openings defining respective fi ...


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Joseph P Markham: Pet toy product with integral treat receiving receptacles. Bounce, Fields and Johnson P C, November 10, 1998: US05832877 (56 worldwide citation)

An elongated elastomeric pet toy includes a longitudinal panel with first and second lips formed along opposite respective longitudinal edges of the panel. These edges are folded over to form respective bights which serve as deformable hollow shape-retaining receptacles for receiving an animal treat ...


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Joseph P Markham: Animal toy with raised features. Bounce, Sheridan Ross P C, August 27, 2002: US06439166 (48 worldwide citation)

An animal toy includes a plurality of raised features to enhance the dental cleaning action of the animal toy with the animal's mouth. The raised features may be made of varying shapes and designs. The animal toy may have a hollow core to further receive animal treats, or to receive a buoyant m ...


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Joseph P Markham, Brent P Johnson, Gary D Fields: Pet toy product with integral treats receiving receptacles. Bounce, Fields and Johnson P C, October 10, 2000: US06129053 (47 worldwide citation)

A pet toy product for holding one or more animal treats has a body member having an outer surface with one or more recesses for removably holding one or more animal treats. The recesses may be of varying depth so that the treats in the deeper recesses are more difficult for the animal to extract tha ...


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Joseph P Markham: Pet toy product with activatable scent and method. Bounce, Fields & Johnson P C, June 24, 1997: US05640931 (35 worldwide citation)

A pet toy product with activatable scent is provided which includes sheet-like material that has applied to it a scent producing element. The scent is activatable and controllable in terms of intensity and duration. The sheet material may be formed into a desired shape, and a desired image may be ap ...


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Joseph P Markham: Animal toy with floatation device. Bounce, Fields & Johnson P C, May 18, 1999: US05904118 (31 worldwide citation)

A floatable pet toy including a hollow deformable body with a buoyant material, such as a closed cell foam, inside of the body. The buoyant material increases the pet toy's buoyancy and resistance to deformation for durability. A rope may be attached to the body. In a second embodiment, the body may ...


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Joseph P Markham: Animal toy. Bounce, Sheridan Ross P C, April 15, 2003: US06546896 (24 worldwide citation)

An animal toy includes a plurality of irregular outer features to hold one or more animal treats which are placed within the irregular outer features. The features may be of varying sizes, shapes, and combinations so that treats are held at varying depths therein. The animal toy may have a hollow co ...



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