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We all love our dogs and want only the best for them. However, our furry friends need help in knowing what is safe and what isn’t. Rattlesnakes attract dogs with their movements and it is our job to keep our pets safe by teaching them what to do if they see a rattlesnake. Here are some articles on how to train your dog.

Rattlesnake Aversion Training | DOGGIE STEPS Dog Training

BEST DOG ON THE BLOCK Dog Tips Rattlesnake Aversion Trainingby Mark Siebel – Owner – DOGGIE STEPS Dog TrainingDogs are man’s best friend…NOT rattlesnakes.

Publish Date: 03/31/2010 8:10

http://doggiestepsdogtraining.com/blog/?p=61

Lowering the Risk of Rattlesnake Bites in Dogs

There are a few ways to prepare before you and your dog head out on the trail in rattlesnake country. These tips can help prevent a bite.

Publish Date: 05/12/2010 14:23

http://dog-care.suite101.com/article.cfm/lowering-the-risk-of-rattlesnake-bites-in-dogs

Snake Bite Safety for Dogs on Camping Hikes: Snake Bite Safety for

… especially in a new place to explore, however, our loveable pups are notorious for ferreting out snakes in the outdoors. Campers and hikers who learn a few tips on avoiding snakes and handling snake bites in dogs may save a dog’s

Publish Date: 04/05/2010 22:02

http://dogs.suite101.com/article.cfm/camping-with-your-dog

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