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VACCINATING YOUR DOG AGAINST SNAKEBITES


 

RED ROCK BIOLOGIES

Should you vaccinate against snake bites?

How does this affect avoidance training?

Snake bite vaccines are a very good idea for your dog.

Keep in mind this is a preventative measure, not to be confused with anti-venin which is used AFTER a snake bite.

Vaccinating your dog against a rattlesnakebite helps reduce the damage, and increases the likelihood of a dog surviving a snake bite. It also reduces the cost of treatment substantially should your dog be bittten.

ALWAYS KEEP IN MIND THAT EVEN IF YOUR DOG HAS BEEN VACCINATED, A BITE FROM A SNAKE IS A LIFE THREATENING EMERGENCY.

You should also snake proof (through aversion conditioning) as well as vaccinate your dog.

Ironically, your dog is more likely to be bitten by a snake, than get rabies.

 

For more information, click here http://www.redrockbiologics.com

Interesting information on snake bite vaccinations.

Interesting information on rattlesnake vaccines

Rattlesnake vaccine basics

 

 
 
 
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