Summer and Rattlesnakes .. Protect Your Dog!
Just in case ticks, mosquitos, blue -green algae, composts, mulch and fertilizers don’t pose enough dangers to your dog, now there’s one more warm-weather-K9-danger: rattlesnakes.
While rattlesnakes always pose a potential danger wherever they call home, according to experts, large amounts of rain are now driving the snakes out of their natural homes and into our (dry) ones!
Learn more about the types of venomous snakes and what to do in the event of a snake bite to your dog, click here to read more at PetMD.
To learn about snake aversion training, click here to read an article by Victoria Stilwell.