Canine rattlesnake aversion class

RATTLESNAKE AVOIDANCE TRAINING FOR YOUR DOG: CLASSES APRIL 7, MAY 1 AND JUNE 15 IN ALPINE

April 2, 2013 (Alpine) – Natural Instincts Healthy Pet Center is partnering with High On Kennels to offer rattlesnake aversion training right here in Alpine! These poisonous rattlesnakes are often found in our own backyards and while out walking your dog. Training is conducted with four live rattlesnakes that are "muzzled" for your dog's protection. You dog will learn the sight, sound, and scent of our local species.

This 15-30 minute session can be a critical life saver for your dog.

“Avoid the thousands in costly treatment associated with bites; avoidance training can help keep your dog away from rattlesnakes so bites do not happen. Most trainers recommend you repeat rattlesnake avoidance training every single year to keep it fresh in your dog's memory,” a press release from Natural Instincts Healthy Pet Center states.

LABRADORS AND FRIENDS DOG RESCUE TO HOST RATTLESNAKE AVOIDANCE TRAINING

 
 
July 5, 2011 (Santee) -- Labradors and Friends will host rattlesnake  avoidance training on July 10 in East County. This event will help educate and train dogs and their human companions in the prevention of snakebites. At the same time, the training will assist with raising funds for homeless canines.  

RATTLESNAKE AVERSION TRAINING IN ALPINE

 
 
 
July 5. 2011 (Alpine) -- On the morning of July 9th 2011 get rattlesnake aversion training for your dog in Alpine  at Natural Instincts Pet Store. Natural Instincts is partnering with High On Kennels to offer rattlesnake aversion training in Alpine. Besides the hiking trails, rattlesnakes are often found in backyards and even while out walking your dog.
 
 

CANINE RATTLESNAKE AVERSION CLASS MAY 19

Rattlesnake season is approaching, and Singing Hills Animal Hospital will be hosting an afternoon of training provided by Natural Solutions on rattlesnake avoidance.

The techniques used in this particular training method, have been proven highly effective in protecting your dog from being bitten by a rattlesnake, according to the Animal Hospital.

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