Features May 2015 Issue

Are You Sure It Was A Rattlesnake?

Signs of a snake bite include distinctive puncture wounds and acute swelling, as seen on this dog, who was photographed at an emergency clinic. He was bitten just 30 minutes prior and already canít fully open his eyes or breathe through his nose.

Are You Sure It Was A Rattlesnake?

Snakes and dogs are a bad combination in any circumstances, but itís helpful to know what venomous snakes look like, both where you live and where you might be traveling.

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