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    CassiesMom Guest

    DefaultPonds, Snakes and Dogs

    We are steadily going to closing on our log house in the woods. We have a pond that is not too far behind the house. Other than keeping the grass/weeds down, what (if anything) can we do to help keep the snakes aways as we are sure Cassie will spend a lot of time in and around the pond?

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    4yelloweyedogs is offline Senior Member
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    DefaultRe: Ponds, Snakes and Dogs

    Where is your new dream home located ? Are these snakes poisonous ? Where we live, the snakes are not poisonous, so we have no worries. Our Ginger, is our best snake hunter !! She sniffs them out, catches and kills them ! She has never eaten them, she just kills them !! In the water, the snake as the benefit, as they can swim underwater and get away.

    He is your friend, your partner, your defender, your dog. You are his life, his love, his leader. He will be yours, faithful and true, to the last beat of his heart. You owe it to him to be worthy of such devotion.


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    Tatyana is offline Senior Member
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    DefaultRe: Ponds, Snakes and Dogs

    If you have poisonous snakes in the area, you might want to attend snake-breaking training. Here is a link to some snake-training info:


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    CassiesMom Guest

    DefaultRe: Ponds, Snakes and Dogs

    Texas is the state and yes they snakes could be moccassins and of course in the woods possible copperheads or timber rattlers. Thank you for the info


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