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RIO7, any idea why a snake would go into the dog pen? Water? Shade? I literally have zero experience with rattle snakes other than a bowhunt in Arizona for desert mulies. We were coming off a "hill" and I walked right up on one in the early evening. It coiled up and started rattling and my partners .45acp took care of it. Of course I teased him that it took 6 shots to finally hit it! LOL! I did send him some .45acp snake shot ammo after that and was grateful he was as close to me as he was.


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Dean Anderson, No idea? might be looking for a mouse? we clean our kennels twice a day, they are cool shady and airy, we keep about 35-40 dogs in the summer. Rio7]

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I have had them in the barn when is hot and dry in the water bole off the ice machine for the dogs and yard cats . when it is dry here they will find water don't matter what kind of snake .

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Lacrosse aero head snake is my choice


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Irish Setter VaprTreks are like tennis shoes once on. They are extremely comfortable to wear but can be tough to get off without a puller or unlacing. I shoot oil on the zippers periodically to insure they are smooth.

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Just received a pair of the Danner Sharptails; sent back first pair as I should have read reviews about upsizing. Re-ordered my normal size in wide and can get on an off with out "too" much extra effort. Typical of most slip ons. Had already sent back a pair of the lace up/zip up Pronghorns; they were VERY uncomfortable. The leather above the ankle bent inwards and were flat painful.
The Sharptails feel much lighter on foot than I would have expected. Going to wear them around the house for couple of days; hard to beat Danner's free shipping and free returns policy. You can actually return a boot up to a year if never worn outside

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Anyone tried Russel’s?

I had a bad experience with them but it was a zipper failure not the boot in general. Very comfortable. Lots of folks swear they get 20 years out of them. I think if I buy them again I’ll get their south 40 model.

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