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|08-25-2011, 11:39 AM||#41|
Ruby Red Lip
Join Date: Jul 2011
Last year I met a guy in rehab who had been bit by a rattler in his yard near Walnut Hill. He was 3 months past the bite date and was still walking with a cane (and still doing rehab). He still had no feeling on the top of his foot. Shortly after being bit he called 911 and they told him to come to the hospital right away. Then he told 911 he was starting to have trouble breathing. They life flighted to Sacred Heart. He told me Dr. House doesn't know how to walk with a cane.
Made me want to dig out my snake boots.
|08-25-2011, 01:34 PM||#42|
*^* JaiBo *^*
Join Date: Oct 2007
Location: (North Baker,FL) KRISPY KREME pro staff!
My baby Gator got bit on the muzzle by a copperhead....He was pumped full of antibiotics/fluids fer a day....He was fine, swelled up his head a bit. They told me it would be $2500.00 if he needed anti-venom. Ifin it was going to be $2500.00, euthanasia would have been the route!!!
|08-26-2011, 07:31 AM||#43|
Join Date: Mar 2009
As has been stated, of the two, better to be bitten by the Copperhead. It has the least toxic venom of all of our poisonous snakes.
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