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Rattlesnake Avoidance Clinic Reminder

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Just a reminder about our Rattlesnake Avoidance Clinic on April 30, 2016…Wildlife experts say that rattlesnakes are emerging from hibernation earlier this year, their food supply boosted by winter storms. (Typically, people start seeing rattlesnakes around April and on through September, but this year they have been seen in early March.)

Dogs are 20 times more likely than humans to be bitten and 25 times more likely to die, according to the Animal Medical Center of Southern California, so it is extremely important that you consider rattlesnake avoidance training for your pet. You can download the registration form here on our website for the training while appointment times are still available. We will always try to accommodate you. You may also call me at 530-432-4949. Jeri Stone 

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