Rattlesnake Avoidance Clinic
Rattlesnakes are a big problem here in California for dog owners.
Here are two of the ways that your dog can be bitten by a rattlesnake:
Hunting dogs with their high prey instinct will attack a rattlesnake attracted by the movement, the sound or the smell of a snake.
A dog running at full speed during hunting/or playing in open space can step on or run by a rattle snake and get bitten.
To avoid this from happening, train your dog to avoid a rattlesnake with Rattlesnake Avoidance Clinic Training.
SoCal NAVHDA is offering a Rattlesnake Avoidance Clinic at Prado Recreation Dog Park in Chino on Sunday, April 14, 2019 starting at 08:00 a.m. at the Guido Dei NAVHDA Pond area. The cost for the clinic is $60 per dog. There is a $15.00 entry fee to the park. Members and, as a public service, non-members are welcome to sign up for this clinic. Your dog does not have to be a hunting dog to benefit from this training. Any dog exposed to open space where there could be snakes present will benefit.
There are 2 ways to sign up:
By email at email@example.com and make your check payable to So. Cal. NAVHDA for $60.00 per dog and mail to: SoCal NAVHDA 3672 Center Ave. Norco CA 92860. Please make a notation on your check "Snake Awareness Clinic". Or you can sign up in advance and pay at the clinic.
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For questions regarding the clinic contact Rodge Fradella (909) 399-5810.
Bud Andrew (Andy) will be the Clinic Director. Andy is an experienced Dog Trainer and the Game keeper of the Etiwanda Game Association. Dogs will be taught to avoid rattlesnakes by smell, sound and sight.
Videos of a past Rattlesnake Avoidance Clinic:
Sunday, April 14, 2019
Prado Dog Park, Chino, CA