|06-05-2014 04:05 PM|
|06-05-2014 01:49 PM|
|06-05-2014 10:59 AM|
|06-02-2014 09:51 PM|
Not sure you can control all snake bites. We live in Louisiana where all poisonous snakes in this country abide.
We didn't recognize Jack's 'strange behavior' as snake poisoning until his leg swelled. He was just behaving like he was somewhat 'out of it.'
We think that Sofie probably ran over the snake and stirred it up as Jack ran after her and snake ( don't know what king) bit her.
Vet said many dogs get bitten toying with snakes - so bites on noses - but few get the kind of bite Jack sustained.
That said, hunters here use labs in the snakiest areas and I've never heard on one losing their dogs to the varmits.
I've stepped on them in pastures (barefoot) and had one fall down my shirt once...
I hate, hate snakes.
|06-02-2014 06:58 PM|
I am seeing more classes being offered that don't use an e-collar like this one.
|06-02-2014 06:25 PM|
|06-02-2014 06:23 PM|
|06-02-2014 06:00 PM|
Aaah. Well that makes more sense. lol
Otherwise, some vitamin E on any wounds would probably help them heal.
|06-02-2014 05:22 PM|
|06-02-2014 05:20 PM|
|JaimeZX||How does vitamin E help?|
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