What is the treatment for a garter snake bite?

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Generally, the worst thing that happens from a nonpoisonous snake bite
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The same reason any snake will bite a person: it feels threatened. If a snake feels it cannot escape biting is often its only defense.
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Garter snakes are harmless, non-venomous snakes. They can be very helpful in controlling mouse or insect problems. But, if you really want to get rid of them, first minimize their
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garter snakes are rear fanged venomous meaning there is no chance he got you with fangs(unless he had your whole finger down him) a bite from a garter is harmless, though some people
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