Snakes are already being seen, even in people's yards!
Your poor pup doesn't know that a rattlesnake isn't just a stick or a lizard with no legs!
When they're bitten it's a complete shock because... well... they had no idea it could happen!
5/4 and 5/5 2019 in San Martin, CA just a few minutes south of Morgan Hill.
*The course will take 10-15 minutes per dog (compare to days in the intensive care at your vet!)
*Snakeworx will be bringing LIVE, MUZZLED snakes because dogs need very specific information regarding SIGHT, SMELL and SOUND so only the real things will do.
*They bring everything from "shed skin", baby snakes and big snakes because all of those are the same but different and the information on all of them is critical.
*The snakes are MUZZLED and are handled by experts who love them.
Cost? $105/dog - reserve now, pay at the class.
*The cost of not doing it? Could be thousands of dollars, days in ICU, pain for your dog and fear and trauma for both of you.
*If you have more than one dog, remember that dogs will come to see why their friend is after something/screaming and it's possible for ALL of your dogs to be bitten by the same snake. Horrible.
*This is something I really believe in! I see lots of dogs "not pay attention" to snakes (they can stumble onto one) or chase them because they think they're lizards (surprise!). If you think about it, the rattle sound really will draw some dogs in to check out the new sound - in fact, most dogs are bitten in the face because they're going in to sniff or bite the snake.
*Yes, there is a "Rattlesnake Vaccine" but it hasn't been studied by anyone other than the company who developed it and at best, even they say it will "give you more time to get to the vet" but if your dog is bitten, she's bitten! The force of the bite alone can be terribly painful, even with a so called dry bite.