What To Do When Your Dog Has A Tick

Unfortunately, ticks lurk almost everywhere. That’s bad for dogs because their behavior makes them predestined to get ticks very easily. What can you do? Well, if your dog has a tick then you should simply remove it as soon as possible. And to prevent tick infestation, tick repellents and regular control of the fur are … Read more

Brown Dog Tick

The brown dog tick (Rhipicephalus sanguineus) or kennel tick is like all ticks a blood-sucking parasite that can transmit dangerous diseases to its host. The Brown Dog Tick originates from North Africa but has spread throughout the world and is now in fact the most widespread tick in the world. The species will probably continue … Read more

How To Use A Tick Hook

A tick hook is a small, practical tool with which ticks can be pulled out of the skin. Tick hooks are available in different sizes, so small nymphs or large ticks can be removed easily. What is A Tick Hook A tick hook looks a little bit like a crowbar. And just like a crowbar, … Read more

How To Get A Tick Head Out?

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If you notice that you have been bitten by a tick, you should remove it as soon as possible. The longer the tick remains in the wound, the higher the risk of transmitting diseases. Unfortunately,  occasionally a part of the tick breaks off during tick removal, and the head apparently remains stuck in the wound. … Read more

Are Tick Bites Dangerous?

Ticks are very common, and many of us have encountered these little 8-legged creatures at some point in our lives. Ticks with their eight legs belong to the group (class) of spiders and not to the insects which have only six legs. They are ectoparasites, which means they live outside the body and feed on … Read more