With the current bush fires, our slithery little friends may be looking to relocate and find a new home. If you have unwanted guest observe where they go without putting your self in danger.
Australia is home to the ten deadliest animals in the world, and most of them are snakes. We do not need to venture into the dense bush to be at risk of a snake bite. Thousands of suburban homes near bush reserves and lakes report unwanted slithering visitors in their yards.
Call the local snake catcher for your area
Albury / Wodonga
Call Michael Whipps on 0408 123 801
Jarrod Paine on 0408126990
Tristan Hamilton - 0431 530 057
Noel Crossman from Pest Control - 0412 576 541
Chris Porter - 0432 175 513
More than half of the snake bite deaths between 2000 and 2016 occurred in and around the home.
We should know how to treat a snake bite and have access to a snake bite first aid kit. Some first aid knowledge.
A superior injury-specific package developed to treat stings, snake & spider bites effectively. Includes the AEROFORM™ Tension Indicator Bandage to ensure correct pressure to the affected limb.
Snake Bite Indicator Bandage 10cm x 10.5 m
Snake Bite Indicator Bandage 10cm x 4 m
Splint 36” Rolled
Snake Bite Marker
Triangular Bandage 110 x 110 x 155 cm
Non-Adherent Dressings 5 cm x 5 cm
Instant Ice Pack 80 g
Snake Bite Leaflet
There are approximately 550 snake bites across the country each year, and on average two people die from the snake bites. Snakes use their venom to stun, numb and kill other animals.
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