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Beware of the Rattler

The unseasonably dry winter and recent warm weather has also brought an increase in the number of rattlesnake encounters in Nevada and Placer counties. Rattle snake expert, Len Ramirez says its earlier than usual.
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Because the season has already started Ramirez has some recommendations to help prevent rattlesnake issues
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If you have children and dogs in your household Ramirez has these suggestions.
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If you happen to come upon a rattlesnake, Ramirez says its important to remain calm.
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And if you are actually bitten by a rattlesnake, the best snake bite kit is the use of technology.
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You may also gently wash the area with soap and water; remove watches and rings, and keep the affected area as stable as possible.

Do not apply tourniquets, pack the bite in ice, cut the would with a knife, try to suck the venom out with your mouth, and do not drink alcohol.

For more information on rattlesnakes, snakebites, and snake removalĀ  visit RamirezRattlesnakeRemoval.com

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