Do king snakes kill rattlesnakes?

Asked By: Oswald Zulauf
Date created: Fri, Jan 29, 2021 8:15 PM
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Kingsnakes will also eat lizards, rodents, birds, and eggs.

The common kingsnake is known to be immune to the venom of other snakes and does eat rattlesnakes, but it is not necessarily immune to the venom of snakes from different localities.

Answered By: Althea Runolfsson
Date created: Sat, Jan 30, 2021 10:18 PM

For puppy owners, intestinal worms are a real concern.

Infections that would be unlikely to make an adult dog sick can kill a puppy.

Roundworm infections can cause pneumonia, intestinal obstruction, pot-bellied appearance, vomiting, and diarrhea.

In some cases, infected pups will have no clinical signs at all.


Ok Benadryl is absolutely safe to give to dogs in the correct dose, for example I give my 22 LB dog a single 25 mg dose of Benadryl.

Too much Benadryl will cause seizures.

Most likely it will not kill your dog but you really don't want to give to much because seizures are serious.


In large enough amounts, chocolate and cocoa products can kill your dog.

The toxic component of chocolate is theobromine.

Humans easily metabolize theobromine, but dogs process it much more slowly, allowing it to build up to toxic levels in their system.


The worms may be seen in vomit or stool.

If not treated in time, a severe infestation can cause death by intestinal blockage.

Roundworms don't just affect young pups or kittens, though.

They can infest adult dogs and cats, too.


The price of this breed generally runs from $1,800 to $3,500, depending on the cost of living in any particular area and depending on how close to the breed standard the puppy has turned out.

DO buy from breeders who: Are members of a Cavalier Specialty Club.

King Shepherds make excellent family companions and guard dogs. Their size is intimidating and may discourage any would-be predator. They are protective of their families and home but friendly with anyone non-threatening.

"Limited admission" shelters are often called "no-kill" shelters because they do not euthanize.

These shelters cannot accept any and all animals as they would be forced to euthanize because of the sheer number of animals that require housing.

shelters across the country accept 6-8 million cats and dogs each year.

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