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Old 06-08-2007, 09:09 PM   #3
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The mean snakes we have around her that would do something like that are like water moccassins/cottonmouths, but do you have water near you? A copperhead wouldn't do that they are usually quick to run away. There are rattlesnakes in the area so it's a possibility.

But here is the thing to do...put mothballs in the hole and around your hard or also there is a product at Lowe's called Snakeaway. It works.

I HATE SNAKES and think the best thing for them is a shotgun!

Hey Piemaker...at our office the other day one of the nurses was telling us that her friend's 4 y/o daughter was playing outside last year and found a snake. She picked it up and when her parents found her she was sitting and trying to put it in a bucket. It kept trying to get out and she kept trying to put it in. She was bitten 4 times on her arm by the WATER MOCASSIN. The poor girl almost lost her arm but after about two weeks in the hospital finally got to go home. Now that story is a very good reason to teach your children that are young to stay away from snakes. They don't understand at a young age the dangers and definitely can't determine good from bad.
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