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Hi Instead of removing them try spraying some Frontline in her ears this will knock then out, but we use a very good anti tick flea collier on our...
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Hi could have also been a wasp? sorry that's me being British, its what you call a leather jacket, just use some insect bite cream and ice it...
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Hi your find these are two different things, ticks are brought in doors by dogs or cats unless you have been laying on grass or working in long grass...
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You should see a doctor specializing in Lyme Disease no matter how long ago that the rash was first observed. If you have Lyme Disease, It can...
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Hi This year we are using Seresto from Bayer, not cheap to buy, the only ticks we see are dead ones, and no fleas, so you can get these for mans best...
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The bad thing about ticks is that they feed off of all kinds of disgusting animals. with that being said you need to go to the doctor because ticks...
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yes go to the dr to remove prevent further infection 
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I have never heard that before, and medically it does not make scientific sense. My answer would be NO.
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I think you should get it checked or take a picture of it to see if it changes you should have saved the tick also watch for a bullseye shape mark...
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Yes sweetie you can get a tick from climbing a tree. You can get a tick from having a dog go outside and come back in. Lay next to you and it climbs...
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Insurance or not, there is very little that can be accomplished over the Internet in the way of diagnosis or treatment. Unless a medical provider can...
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Was the 'head' removed?  Think...did the front of the tick, between it's front legs have a drop of blood/liguid visible after...
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It is possible.  Here's information about the ailment:   http://www.webmd.com/skin-problems-and-treatments/rocky-mountain-spotted-fever...
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If it was a common brown tick, often seen on dogs, you are likely fine as long as you washed your hands. A deer tick (smaller) can cause Lyme disease...
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I don't know....I can't SEE them. Catch a few, put them in a container, and let someone identify your unwanted scalp residents. Your...
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