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A snake in the grass: lessons applied

 

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Through personal experience, I can tell you this: It's not so much the realization that the ground is moving under your foot as it is the keen moment of understanding that the buzzing noise is a rattlesnake telling you to get your fat foot off him that really kicks in the adrenaline overdose.

The good news is that the adrenaline allows you to jump a full 6 feet, twisting in the air to land facing the immediate threat of death by venom.

The adrenaline rush works the same way for a dog too.

This being my first snake encounter, and my dog's too, we were woefully unprepared. It was like step...



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