Did you know…?
In ONE short session your dog can be trained to avoid rattlesnakes.
What: Rattlesnake Avoidance Training for Dogs
When: Saturday July 24th, 2016
Where: Simi Valley, CA (exact address given upon pre-registration)
Cost: First Time; $95 per dog
Annual refresher; $80 Per Dog*
*For refresher price, prior training must have been within 1 year and provided by Ma & Paw Kennel.
Online Pre-Registration required. Hurry! Space is limited!
More clinics coming soon in the following counties; San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, Fresno, Ventura, Los Angeles, San Bernardino, Kern, and Orange.
For more info or to Register go to: www.SNAKESAFEDOG.com or call 805.523.3432
Rattlesnake Avoidance Training is a process of conditioning an avoidance response by using our remotely activated (spraying or vibrating or static shock) training collars we can pair something unpleasant with the sight, sound and scent of rattlesnakes so the dog will want to avoid any rattlesnakes it becomes aware of.
If your dog is in danger of encountering a rattlesnake either in your own yard or out on a hiking trail the best thing you can do is have your dog trained to avoid rattlesnakes. Many dogs do not instinctively know to stay away from rattlesnakes and instead are curious and try to get closer for a better look or a better smell and end up being bitten, usually on the face or neck.
Not only can it save your dogs’ life but if you are observant of your dogs’ after training avoidance behavior, it can alert you to the presence of a rattlesnake and prevent you from being bitten as well.
We hope that by taking part in this training the dog as well as the owner will be spared the pain and distress (as well as the considerable expense) caused by the dog becoming a victim of a rattlesnake bite. If the owner is observant of their dogs’ behavior post training, he/she may avoid being bitten as well.