The Danger Best Avoided



Our Grandson shows the first snake of the season at a ranch home south of Nyssa, OR

The premiere Snake River Snake Aversion Clinic is slated for June 12th. This event draws a goodly number of participants. These folks benefit from their dogs learning to avoid the dangerous rattlesnake–and the encounter of this sort might end badly. Hiking the trails with your inquisitive Weimaraner means it is smart to have them aversion trained.13239234_10208015339814886_2229956286592824079_n


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Posted on June 1, 2016, in Behavior & Training, Companion Weimaraner, Dangers, Health and Wellness, Hot Topics, Hunting Weims, Information and Education, Snake Avoidance and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. I cross my fingers for all pups … the wounds look horrible… We fortunately have more twolegged snakes here and even when I try to avoid them too, I’m grateful they only can bite with poisoned words than with sharp teeth :o)

  2. Absolutely horrifying. I just can’t imagine. I don’t like being in places where snakes live. Jerry likes to fish on the Deschutes. I just can’t join him. And, I don’t want Maizie being in places where snakes are. 😟

  3. Unfortunately, these snakes are along hiking paths, near some campgrounds, and even along sagebrush near towns and cities. I totally understand your feelings Linda.

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