Snake avoidance classes.

spectr17

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PREVENTING SNAKE BITE IN DOGS

Dog training expert Bob Kettle will be conducting two series of snake avoidance classes for family and hunting dogs in May. The classes are being run by local chapters of Quail Unlimited as fund-raising events to improve upland bird habitat in Southern California. This means you get to kill two birds with one stone, so to speak. You not only protect your hunting dog from rattlesnake bite, but you also see that he’ll have birds to find this fall.

The first sessions are May 17-18 in Hesperia.

The second sessions are May 31-June 1 in Sierra Madre.

For information on the Hesperia class, contact John Shaver with the High Desert Chapter of QU at 760-956-8160. For the Sierra Madre session, call the San Gabriel Valley Chapter at 866-206-9070 x6715. These events usually sell out, so early reservations are recommended.
 

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Great Post as usual, You guys and gals can check out the calif Quail Unlimited sites for snake classes in your area I have worked with Bob and his daughter on a few classes as a volunteer and have run Magnum thru a few classes and it has paid off twice now, And Bob loves the help!!
 

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There are also four weekend classes in San Diego between April and June.
 

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