That’s why the troop chose to donate some of its cookie sales to help purchase vaccines for the dogs.
“Nobody likes snakes, nobody wants to be bitten by a snake so they thought the animals probably wouldn't like that either and so they decided that was a good opportunity for them,” troop leader Shannon Weaver told KSWB.
Troop representatives approached the Judy Vet Clinic in charge of the Sheriff's K-9s' veterinary care and were told that the 31 dogs needed rattlesnake vaccines. After hearing the Girl Scouts' story, a vaccine company donated 25 doses on the girls' behalf. The Judy Clinic then donated the remaining six doses needed.