Snakebites in pets are on the rise

06/1/2010 | KUSA-TV (Denver)

Veterinarians in Colorado have seen a spike in the number of pets bitten by rattlesnakes this spring, which has caught many animal clinics in the state off guard and sometimes without sufficient supply of antivenin. The heat is bringing out snakes, and animal owners should have their pets vaccinated or seek veterinary help immediately after a bite, a veterinarian says.

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