what to do if you find a dead tick on your dog?

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Answered: Removing ticks

yes it is safe to remove ticks from your dog however you must ensure the whole tick is out or infection can occur. The easiest way to do this is by using a tick puller a very cheap and effective tool available from most pet shops.

Answered: What will a tick do if it is full of blood and put in a jar

I see that you boys are missing the point. Madam Z

Answered: Two dead blue jays found in backyard

Dead birds could have West Nile virus. Your county vector control might be interested.

Answered: Dog'a Colored poop

The first thing that comes to mind is rat poison. I've heard that since the little blocks of poison are greenish, the first sign is colored poop. But then you have to take them to the vet asap to be able to save them, because if you wait for the bleeding symptom to start (it could take a week or ...

Answered: Is there a natural remedy for ticks that I can use on my dogs? How safe

Here are a whole bunch of home made *safe* recipes for flea and ticks for your pets

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I ve just found out that my bitch has ticks, i've ...

Yes they, the mother, and possibly even you are at risk from these parasites and move fast to remove them before they lay their eggs/breed in yr house. Best to check those areas of the animals body that has little/no hair where they can feed. If you have lot of these ticks infesting your home/pets ...

How to give a wolf hybrid dog a prescribed capsules that has to be

Swallowed hole?? I don't even want to know how that works. Sounds painful.

What is the best and safest way to remove a tick ...

The latest info has it that you should not kill or smother them, as that may cause them to discharge more saliva into the bite wound and also infect with disease if they are carriers. A tweezers, forceps, or small needle nose pliers all work well for gripping the critters, then apply a slow stead ...

Can I use a preventic tick collar on my dog even though I have a cat in

Assuming your cat doesn't lick your dog's collar, I would say yes. But I'm not a veterinarian so to be on the safe side though, I'd speak with your veterinarian.