Rattlesnake Avoidance:

This will be the last rattlesnake avoidance training class until we start back up in mid-September.

Next date: June, 14 2014

The above date depends on weather in this area. Check the website often for updates on new clinics.

Please, contact us for an appointment, for the next clinic.

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Our Fee is: $ 100.00 per dog, included is one free recheck to be done within one year.

This is recommended for ALL BREEDS of Dogs, Pups 6 mos. old and older

Rattelsnake ready to strike

What is Rattlesnake Avoidance or Snake Breaking?

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Rattlesnake bites can do a lot of damage to to your dogs!

Dogs that encounter rattlesnakes for the first time are often bitten. Here in the Southwest rattlesnakes can be out any time of the year. Rattlesnakes have a different behavior, smell, and sound than other snakes your dog will encounter while hunting, hiking, camping, and even in your back yard. Rattlesnake avoidance training is a simple yet effective way of teaching a dog to avoid a dangerous rattlesnake.

During rattlesnake avoidance I train your dog to use its natural senses: sight, sound, and smell, to associate its detection of a rattlesnake with the imminent danger it poses.  

Your dog’s safety is our only concern, and rattlesnake avoidance training will help protect your bird dog, pet and your family.

This program is available now. Your dog is definitely worth it!

The method we use is humane and proven to work in the field and at home. Many trainers offer this service, however, buyer beware! I am in the field 340 days every year and have yet to see a rattlesnake in a cage.

 

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