German Shorthaired Pointer named Toad stumbled found a rattlesnake while roaming the woods close to his Kuna, Idaho home.
He was grabbed by a rattlesnake, which repeatedly sniffed the unfortunate dog.
When I came up to him, I kept him between the snake and myself. When I attempted to catch him, though, huge mistake, there were many snakes, “his owner, Fritz Brownell, told KTVB. As I got up to him, I noticed a snake cartwheeling in the air.
When Toad’s owners hurried him to the warhorse, the poison had already started to work and he started bleeding from his lips and epoxies.
He was stunk on both sides of his face, as well as several times on his frontal left leg, the stagers quickly saw. He inexplicably enlarged, but stagehands gave him anti-venom to treat the condition.
His owners repeatedly warned that he wouldn’t survive, but fortunately he did.
As Toad recovers, his owners are also encouraging owners of other pets to be wary of any areas where rattlesnakes may be present.
According to Idaho Fish and Game, keeping your children on a leash while out for a stroll in the desert or foothills is the chic thing to do right now.