Laguna Niguel, CA - With warmer weather well on the way in many parts of the U.S., tick season is fast approaching. And they are everywhere, from grass to forests to lawns and even beaches and cities.
With over 200 different species of ticks in the U.S. alone, each one capable of harboring pathogens that can infect both dogs and people with diseases such as Lyme, ehrlichiosis and babesiosis, dog owners need to know how to quickly and safely remove these pests from their dogs. Ticks vary greatly in size, from nearly impossible to see to the size of the end of a little fingertip.
Fortunately, disease transmission doesn’t happen the instant a dog is bitten by a tick but occurs in a window of three to six hours. The sooner owners can remove ticks the better and the less chance the dog has of developing an illness.
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