Last updatedLast updated: July 11, 2022
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Snake-A-Way is the worlds only EPA approved, university tested, patented snake repellent.

Snake-A-Way has been proven effective against rattlesnakescoral snakes and other poisonous and non-poisonous snakes. When used and applied as directed, it is safe for humans, animals and plant life. It has been universally approved and endorsed by naturalists, conservationists and ecologists.

Does Snake-A-Way Really work? You can be confident with the use of Snake-A-Way. It’s efficacy reached over 83% in laboratory testing and is at almost 100% with field studies that all 4 branches of the military ran during the Gulf War. Dr. T’s utilizes the knowledge about the snakes Jacobson organ and interferes with the snakes sensory reception ability. In simple terms the snakes nervous system its temporarily shut down. Naphthalene (a volatile product and Snake-A-Ways active ingredient) vaporizes, is brought into the sensory receptor (Jacobsons organ), and creates an immediate interference that is repressive enough to close down the sensory system. This in turn scares the snake into a hasty retreat. It was found to be so effective that it protected our military during the Gulf War from sand vipers and cobras. You can be confident in its ability to do the job.

Snake-A-Way (like many other established American products such as Listerine Bayer Aspirin and Coke Cola) was developed by a registered pharmacist. Pharmacist-inventor James B Tennyson spent more than 15 years researching, testing, and developing this unique American product. Extensive university level testing was conducted by DR. Harvey Lillywhite, an internationally recognized Zoologist at the University of Florida.

We expect that there will never be another repellent developed by ourselves or any other company that will be as effective as Snake-A-Way. The reason is simple: Snake-A-Way is not obnoxious, irritating nor a bitter substance that may be overcome– we simply cut their light off!

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