Tag: snakes

Renee DiPietro, CVT Associate Veterinary Information Specialist Pet Poison Helpline If you and your dog tend to ramble wooded edges, creeks, deserts, rocky outcrops, and meadows, or like to hike wooded areas in a large geographic swath that runs from Southern New England to Texas, you may one day encounter the North American Copperhead Snake…

Check out Dr. Dan Keyler’s new book!  Congratulations to Dan on this huge accomplishment.  Read more from Rattlesnake experts Manny Rubio and Dan on all western species and information from locations to toxicity. Venomous Snakebite in the Western United States “Venomous snakes conjure up a myriad of different reactions from people across the globe. From…

It’s spring and many pet owners are itching to spend quality time outdoors with their pets. While run-ins with poisonous creatures can be infrequent, pets are curious and it’s not uncommon for them to investigate other living things that move. These “interrogations” can quickly escalate into deadly situations when dealing with a creature that protects…

Dr. Dan Keyler is the Keynote Speaker for the Envenomations Symposium at the NACCT on Friday, October 5, 2012 in Las Vegas, Nevada.  His lecture will take place from 2-3pm.  The conference will take place from October 2-6, 2012.

Dr. Daniel Keyler, Senior Clinical Toxicologist at SafetyCall and Pet Poison Helpline, will be attending and lecturing at the International Society of Toxinology’s 17th World Congress Venom Week and 4th International Scientific Symposium on All Things Venomos in Hawaii. Dr. Keyler serves on the Scientific Organizing Committee, is the chair of the “Controversies in Crotalnae…