RATTLESNAKE CLINIC Presented by Wasatch Mountain NAVHDA.
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Presented by Wasatch Mountain NAVHDA
Utah is home to 7 different types* of rattlesnakes. Here, the chances of your dog encountering a rattlesnake while hunting, hiking, and in some residential areas are high. Having a dog with a great nose is a good thing, but can also get them in trouble when they scent a rattlesnake and go to investigate. We put too much time and money into our dogs to lose them to a snake bite. The Wasatch Mountain NAVHDA Chapter is putting on this clinic, so that your dog can encounter snakes in a controlled setting. Your dog will learn to avoid the scents, sounds, and sight of rattlesnakes, saving you the expense of treating a bite, and the heartache of losing your dog.
Lee Kay Center
6000 W 2100 S
Salt Lake City
August 1 & 2, 2014
$100 per dog
(proceeds benefit Wasatch Mountain NAVHDA and the Reptile Rescue Service)
PreRegister Online at wmnavhda.com/page2.php
This clinic only happens once per year. Openings fill up fast, so register your dog soon.
Questions? Visit our website at the link above, or contact Annie at (801) 458-9076
Rattlesnakes found in Utah: 1. Great Basin Rattlesnake (C. oreganuslutosus) 2. Midget Faded Rattlesnake (C. oreganusconcolor) 3. Prairie Rattlesnake (C. viridis) 4. Hopi Rattlesnake (C. viridisnuntius) 5. Mojave Rattlesnake (C. scutulatus) 6. Southwestern Speckled Rattlesnake (C. mitchelliipyrrhus) 7. Mojave Desert Sidewinder (C. cerastes) (Source: Peterson Field Guide to Western Reptiles and Amphibians 3rd Edition)