John Harun Mwau How to Treat Dog Ticks The Natural Way !

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John Harun Mwau How to Treat Dog Ticks The Natural Way ! Ticks are annoying and dangerous parasites that affect many animals, including your dog. Dogs pick up ticks in your yard, in the park, in the woods, even from other pets. The tick buries itself in your dog’s fur, bites your dog and then feeds on your dog’s blood. The good news is that ticks are easily treated and prevented. Ticks are related to spiders and they are parasitic in nature. To feed, a tick inserts its head into any warm-blooded mammal that it can find and feeds off the host’s blood. As the tick feeds, its body gets bigger and bigger as it fills with blood. A tick that is carrying the Borrelia burgdorferi bacteria (the bacteria that causes lyme disease) can spread the disease to its host. Ticks can carry and infect their hosts with other diseases as well. If your dog has a tick, it should be removed as soon as it is discovered to decrease the chance of lyme disease. A natural tick repellent can be used to prevent future tick infestation. In some parts of the country, pet owners constantly struggle with tick prevention, especially in the warm months. Ticks are small arachnids that attach to a mammal host to suck blood. Unfortunately, several common species of ticks carry deadly diseases, so preventing ticks from infesting your home is very important. Once ticks have invaded your home, you’ll have to take several measures to kill ticks safely.Ticks are not only annoying, they are hazardous. Many species of
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