Canine Snake Avoidance training to save dogs lives actually works!

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Avoiding snakes by dogs is what every pet owner wants!

Nothing to more tragic than a dog dying from venomous snake bite at the prime of their life.
Until now there have been various things an owner can do to reduce the risk of venomous snakes biting their pet, but none really were guaranteed to work.
You could attempt to catch or kill the snake, or even call in a professional snake catcher to clear your property of snakes.
But that has never stopped other snakes from turning up at some unspecified time in the unforseen future.
The common result is the owner coming home from work to find a dead dog and chewed up snake sitting on the lawn outside the home.
But over recent decades, the Snake Man, Raymond Hoser and some of Australia's best dog trainers have teamed up to invent Canine Snake Avoidance training.
This training gets dogs to run away from snakes when they see them ... or smell them.
To say it works well is an understatement!
A barrier fence is not required!
Besides saving the life of people's pet dogs, the training bypasses the cruelty of seeing dogs dying a painful death as they bleed from every orifice in their body.
The training avoids unforseen vet bills running to the thousands of dollars or sometimes even tens of thousands of dollars.
... For many years people and professional dog trainers have trained dogs to avoid snakes by using non-venomous snakes or lizards and correction training to teach avoidance behaviour.
The most effective method of correction training the dog is with an electric shock collar, or so-called e-collar as it enables the trainer to get the dog to associate with the pain with the snake and not the owner and therefore to avoid the snake due to fear of being zapped.
Unfortunately this training still rarely worked.
This is because by necessity dogs had to be trained using non-venomous snakes and as all types of snakes smell different to one another, a dog trained to avoid one kind of snake will usually not avoid another.
As a rule dogs see (or should we say smell) venomous snakes as being different to the non-venomoous ones.
This is because besides looking quite different to non-venomous species, they also have a very different odour and dogs have a very acute sense of smell. In fact a dog's sense of smell is many times better than that of a human and humans can also tell the difference in smell between different kinds of snakes.
Hence dogs trained using non-venomous snakes have still been bitten by venomous ones.
Many vet surgeons and others who have authorised e-collars to be used to teach dogs to avoid snakes have therefore decided that the whole idea of snake avoidance training for dogs is a waste of time and not worth trying.
But all this changed dramatically in 2003, when the Snakeman Raymond Hoser, Australia's foremost reptile expert solved the problem!
Hoser became the first person in the world to successfully surgically devenomize deadly snakes.
That is, deadly snakes were made totally harmless by the surgical removal of the relevant saliva or venom glands.
These amazing snakes, now known as venomoid or venomoids have been used in Australiaís best reptile shows ever since in shopping malls, reptile parties, schools and other venues across Australia being the only guaranteed safe venomous shows in the country.
In fact Hoser's businesses Snakebusters® and Reptile Parties® are the most demanded reptile shows in all parts of Australia and were even granted the registered trademark Australia's best reptiles®.

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But because these venomoid snakes are also totally safe (in that they have no venom), they can also be safely used for dog snake avoidance training for dogs and with zero risk to the dogs.
This training has been perfected by Raymond Hoser and his team and the results are so good, they have often been labeleld as too good to be true.
But of course they are true!
As the Snakeman and his businesses remain the only people in Australia with the expertise to have vet certified surgically devenomized snakes, only the Snakeman Raymond Hoser is able to do safe snake aversion training for dogs using genuine venomous snakes, including all the ones likely to be encountered in most parts of Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and other parts of Australia, such as Black, Brown, Tiger, Taipan, Death Adder, King Brown, Jaffa and Copperhead.
Teaming up with the best dog trainers in Australia, at the Nationally recognized Victorian Dog Academy (VDTA), the snakeman and the VDTA regularly train dogs to avoid venomous snakes. It is easy to lose count of how many pets have been saved by the Snakeman and the VDTA.
While there are scammers elsewhere in Australia marketing their own imitation snake aversion training for dogs, often bootlegging Hoser's registered trademark Snake Avoidance® , none use devenomized deadly snakes and hence all are inferior and cannot guarantee results. Beware of false claims of these imitators!
As a rule, snakes trained avoidance with non-venomous pythons will not avoid venomous snakes. They look different, smell different and with a sense of smell far greater than a human, dogs can tell snakes apart and unless trained on the exact species of relevance (the venomous ones), you are effectively wasting your time and money with any avoidance training for dogs.
Anyone alleging that a dog can be trained to avoid venomous snakes using non-venomous onces is both a liar and probably scamming you for your cash!
So if you live in a snake prone area or walk your dog in one and you donít want to see your dog suffer the agony of an avoidable painful snakebite death, it is best to be proactive and enrol your pet for Canine Snake Avoidance training as soon as the dog is legally allowed to be trained for Snake Aversion, which is a minimum of 6 months of age in most states.
It goes withot saying that this should be done before your pet encounters a venomous snake at a time when you may not be with your pet, or be able to keep it away from a snake if walking in a snake prone area off lead.
For most dogs of most breeds and situation, a single one hour session is sufficient to permanently protect your canine from snakebite.

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