As expected, this year has seen a dramatic increase in rattlesnake sightings, encounters and even bites, and it is far from over. Rattlesnake Avoidance Training for Dogs is back by popular demand.
If you enjoy activities that take you and your dogs outdoors, you and your pets may be at risk for encountering rattlesnakes. And as the snakes move along in search of food and mates, they may even end up in your own backyard.
“I’d say that most dog owners don’t really think about snake bites until they see a rattlesnake for themselves, in parks or their backyards, and then realize their dogs can be at risk,” says John Potash, owner of Get Rattled. He adds, “Get Rattled is a unique training clinic designed specifically to teach dogs to recognize and avoid the sight, sound, and smell of rattlesnakes. We have been teaching this clinic for over 15 years and have successfully trained thousands of dogs.”
Potash is licensed by the Nevada Department of Wildlife and says he has over 25 years of experience working with venomous snakes and wildlife in areas of animal control, wildlife rescue and public education. He works with a team of trained and experienced dog handlers and trainers with decades of combined experience in a variety of training and handling methods to offer you and your dogs the best quality training in a safe and secure environment.
Rattlesnake Avoidance Training is a crucial tool for dog owners. Potash says, “Prevention is your number one line of defense in protecting your dogs from venomous snakes. When dogs and…
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