Veterinarians frequently encounter cows and buffaloes who have the downer syndrome and are unable to get up. These hefty animals must be lifted to cure the condition and prevent consequences like bed sores and neurological debility by increasing circulation through massage. The veterinarians can elevate a recumbent animal with the use of this animal lifting apparatus for treatment, close inspection, and assessment. Equipment must be brought to the location of the recumbent animal and set up such that the animal is in the center of the apparatus. Fix the belt by inserting the 8 hooks on either side into the ventricular surface of the body from the front section to the backward, one at a time, and securing it firmly. Rotate the pulley's handle from left to right to gradually elevate the animal. Animal should be raised until it can stand upright using all four limbs. To improve circulation, massage your body. A veterinarian will decide on a course of therapy after evaluating how well the animal is able to support itself.