Research your local area to understand the types of snakes that are common in your region.
Consider snake avoidance training programs to teach your dog to recognize and avoid snakes.
Always keep your dog on a leash during walks in snake-prone areas.
Make your yard less inviting to snakes by removing hiding spots and using snake-proof fencing.
Familiarize yourself with basic first aid for snakebites and keep a snakebite kit on hand.
Regular veterinary checkups are essential to ensure your dog's health and detect any snakebite symptoms early.
Stay vigilant during walks and hikes, keeping an eye out for signs of snakes.
Create an emergency plan for snakebite situations, including the nearest animal hospital.