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My sister's dog was bit in the eye from a brown snake in her back yard. My sister lives in Mustang Oklahoma. Her dogs eye swelled up. was wondering if this snake was poisionest

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You should take the dog to the VET for assessment. Without knowing the type of snake, I would treat as poisonous and seek urgent veterinarian attention

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