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  1. Arti says:

    Because snakes have small, razor sharp fangs, the site of the wound may only have faint puncture marks (these could even look like a scratch). it’s rare to find the bite site as there may not be a bruise, swelling, or redness, so if you suspect your dog may have been bitten by a snake, it’s important to take note of the signs and symptoms of snake bites in dogs. Snake bites can be difficult to identify, as your dog may not appear to be in pain and the bite wound may be hidden underneath their fur coat. If your dog is showing any symptoms or signs listed below, seek emergency vet treatment immediately. Snake bites are treated as one of the top veterinary emergencies, and it’s likely that on arrival your vet will direct you straight through the clinic to receive immediate attention. Snake bites are treated as one of the top veterinary emergencies, and it’s likely that on arrival your vet will direct you s

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