We run a professional wildlife removal business operating in Shively, Kentucky. We service the whole Louisville metropolitan area, and do much of our work in Shively. We are a full-service
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Shively wildlife control tip of the month:
That's amazing! His story should be submitted to some medical journal or something. I've never heard of anyone handling
snakebites so well. Most people would have lost that thumb, or even the hand, and surely lost the lip. A 6-ft Eastern
Diamondback often kills a person!
Yeah, I know. But I Shively animal control have seen his bites, & know that he's not fibbing. The only
explanation that medically makes sense is if all of these bites have been semi-dry bites. But statistically that wouldn't
make sense. I might believe 1 dry bite (on the chance that a Shively animal control specific Snake was just being kind that day), but not a dozen
times in a row by so many different wild examples of so many species. He says he's a freak of nature.
A friend of mine's dog got bitten on the face by a Snake with a 2-inch fang-spread (we presume an Eastern
Diamondback, since those are semi-routinely sighted on his property, Shively pest control but the bite was not witnessed). The
dog suffered some pretty severe swelling & oozing, loss of ambulation, loss of appetite, & lots of stiffness
& vomiting for about a week or 2. But then miraculously recovered Shively pest control with no medical treatments. I have since
then heard that the best place for a dog to take a bite is in the forehead. Doesn't really harm them permanently.
Limbs & torsos result in death. Go figure.
By the way, I just had to euthanize a lady-friend's female Shively wildlife removal Columbian Boa last Wednesday after 8+ months of anorexia.
We presume that she had Inclusion-Body Virus. The Boa was stiff & rigid & wouldn't relax or eat. She had lost her
righting reflex. She struck at me every time I took her out Shively wildlife removal to put her in the grass form some nature-time. She had
deteriorated to half her former weight, & finally just started coming apart. I recently accidentally injured her when
she moved & slipped from my grasp. Her dermis sheared off Shively animal trapping of her muscle like the skin of a stewed tomato where my thumb
had been on her. Since there was no hope of this Snake's recovery, I took her to the Vet & had her destroyed as the only
humane thing left to do. My friend had 2 other Boas die Shively animal trapping from this same disease. It was obviously contagious. Have you
ever seen anything like that? If I clean the cage with bleach & rinse & let dry, how long should I wait before reusing
this cage for another Boa? Gabi wants to move a smaller Shively exterminator Boa into it who is outgrowing his cage. But neither she nor I
want for any residue of the virus to pass to another animal. I think several days after bleaching should be enough time
to let any virus decay. Would you agree? If not, what is your Shively exterminator guidance? Any help would be appreciated. The loss of a
pet snake is terribly sad to Gabi & me (we love our babies like most people love their children).
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