Ticks REMOVAL

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American Dog Tick

The American Dog Tick is typically around 1/8th of an inch long and is found mainly found on dogs or humans. This tick can attack small mammals in the larvae and nymph stage and are carriers of the Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever. American Dog Ticks lay up to 6,500 eggs in the late summer and go through a complete life cycle in three months.

Deer Tick

The Deer Tick is commonly referred to as the Black-Legged Tick or the Bear Tick. Adults are about ⅙ inch, or the size of a pin needle, have a 3-year life cycle, and feed on at least three different hosts. These ticks are the carriers of Lyme Disease. If a Deer Tick is not removed within 7 days of being bit, the host will develop a red bulls-eye rash and may be at risk for Lyme Disease.

Brown Dog Tick

Adult Brown Dog Ticks are ⅛ inch long and are dark reddish-brown in color. Females can lay up to 4,000 eggs and when engorged appear more of a dark bluish-gray due to abdomen stretching after a blood meal. These ticks can typically be found where dogs sleep.

Lone Star Tick

The Deer Tick is commonly referred to as the Black-Legged Tick or the Bear Tick. Adults are about ⅙ inch, or the size of a pin needle, have a 3-year life cycle, and feed on at least three different hosts. These ticks are the carriers of Lyme Disease. If a Deer Tick is not removed within 7 days of being bit, the host will develop a red bulls-eye rash and may be at risk for Lyme Disease.

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