TICKS from DOGS and TICKS on CATS

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flying tick like creature a tick with wings!

Animal Collection of close up photos of the wildlife of Bulgaria in The Beasts of the Balkans ! TICKS from DOGS and TICKS on CATS and suggestions on how to remove a tick from your cat or dogs fur. TICK in DOGS EAR!

HOW TO REMOVE A PARASITE living in YOUR DOGS EARS

Your animal maybe full of ticks the animal suffers while this blood sucking critter sucks blood until it falls off. You can remove the tick from your animal, but pay attention and be careful to remove the entire tick including the head of the blood sucking tick from your animal’s fur. An animal can die of Lyme Disease if an infected tick is left to suck its blood. A tick not only attaches itself to your animal, it can attach itself to a human and suck the blood of a human too! New in is this close up photo of the tick still in the dogs ear, I have another photo of a tick removed with its legs covered in the blood it was sucking from my dog, coming soon! You know by now that you must remove the tick with its head intact, or the blood sucking creature will grow another body to engorge itself again on the blood from your dog! If the tick has already grown to be big enough to see, the damage by the tick has already been done! Preventative medicine is the best cure for blood sucking parasite ticks! Early detection of a tick sucking blood from your dog is imperative for the good health of the animal!

TICK REMOVAL SUGGESTIONS

HOW TO AVOID TICKS ON YOUR ANIMAL

You cant really avoid ticks in your dogs ears!

These blood sucking parasites feed a feast on the blood of your dog, cat or other animal nearby host, sucking so much blood and becoming so engorged on their feast that they will eventually and naturally drop off if they are not removed, but not before maybe infecting your animal with Lyme Disease, a tick on your animal can be fatal to the animal. Removal of the parasite tick is not always a simple task either! Preventative medicine is always the preferred chosen method. If you see a tick and wish to remove it, you must make sure you remove the entire tick, including the head of the tick or it WILL grow another body to begin its engorging feast all over again on your animal. To remove the tick completely, it is best to either use tweezers, or in my own experience, I use my long nails and ensure I pull the tick before it is aware of what is going on, enabling easy and fast tick removal!

I personally do not advise smothering the parasite tick in vaseline or a similar substance, as that has not proven to be effective in the removal of these parasites and can just irritate your animal more until your animal scratches so much, it loses its fur. I have however noticed two kind of ticks and the teeny ticks I have recently been removing from my dogs are extremely small and very fast too. One ran up my hand and was very difficult to get off my skin although it hadn’t bitten into my skin yet! Howevers, I have also noticed on removal of one large engorged tick, that there maybe many male ticks around. The female tick is much larger than the teeny male tick. These male ticks can run quite fast and are around about the size of a pin head, quite flat and their legs appear to stick straight out from their dark coloured body. The female, on the other hand, is lighter in colour, fat even only slightly engorged on the blood of your animal, and her legs appear to be all located at the front of her huge body. When you decide to remove one of the female ticks, you must ensure full removal of the female tick, which includes the head, which no doubt will be firmly located deep within the skin of your cat or dog. If you fail to remove the head of the tick, the female tick has the ability to grow another body to fill up again on the blood of your pet! CLOSE UP OF THE TICK plus TICK in DOGS EARS TO SEE THE TICK! Dog ticks head deep inside my dogs skin and under the dogs fur, ticks seen in Bulgaria HOW DO YOU REMOVE A TICK FROM THE FUR OF A DOG or CAT or your animal SAFELY! HUGE TICK NOW IN DONT LOOK IF SQUEEMISH! this huge tick removed from my cat is engorged on the cat’s blood! Close up photos of the awesome head and engorged body of the dog tick! Dogs ticks for close up photos of these awesome dog ticks I did take the trouble to remove these ticks from the dog before taking the close up photos for you! Insect repellent in the form of Frontline flea and tick repellent dosn’t work! The ticks head still invade the dogs fur on a daily basis the ticks are donanated by the sheep which pass by the house and drop their ticks specially for the mut what a nice gift eh! Remove the head of the tick completely or it will grow another body and engorge itself on the blood of the dog once again! Tweezers or long fingers can usually safely remove the ticks head and you MUST MAKE SURE YOU REMOVE THE TICKS HEAD along with its body or it WILL GROW A NEW ONE and start sucking blood all over again! It is very wise to wash your hands after touching a dogs tick as these blood sucking ticks carry all kinds of diseases that can also affect humans. These ticks can attach themselves also to humans not just cats, dogs and sheep! SEE THE TICK and discover more, parasite ticks in dogs ear photos

THE FOUR CYCLES IN THE LIFE OF A BLOOD SUCKING TICK

Most ticks go throo four cycles of their life. The other day I encountered one tick at the very begining of its cycle. It was very small, not much larger than a normal dog flea. It was sitting on top of the fur and had not yet burrowed deep into the dogs skin. I was attempting to brush it off my finger and into an ashtray, this little tick held on for dear life! It was not easy to brush off! So how on earth do these little blood suckers move around if they cannot fly? Well first of all these are very patient little critters. They can and will wait for a passing fur ball and attach themselves pronto! They can also be picked up by birds, later, when engorged on enough blood, they will fall off and if they are very lucky, land right on the nearest next victim, be it a cat, dog or sheep. I always notice an increase of ticks on the cats and dogs when the huge herd of sheep have passed near my farm and although I treat my animals with flea and tick treatment, this is not really very effective considering the huge numbers of ticks still available to suck blood. Although I have found some crawl onto my hands after stroking one of my cats or dogs, so far I have been very lucky that one hasn’t buried into my own skin! Every day we are finding these ticks on the dog, the dog has been treated with Frontline flea and tick repellent which should repel these blood sucking insects.. but! I used to pull them out with my pinched fingernails, taking care to remove the head of the tick along with the body, if you don’t remove the head, it apparently grows another body and keeps feeding off the dogs blood! This tick I removed with the aid of tweezers and a friend holding the dog down securely! After looking at these close up photos, I dont think I ever wish to touch another tick again, even with my fingernails! Now I am itching like crazy! The dog however is sound asleep! TICKS THE BLOOD SUCKING PARASITE CRITTERS YOU DONT WANT UNDER YOUR SKIN! Dogs ticks to remove completely the tick from not only the dogs fur but make sure you get in close and personal and remove the entire head of the tick, perhaps use a magnifying glass or good camera afterwards to check you have indeedy removed the entire blood sucking creature! To come here for close up photos of ticks heads and blood engorged body of the dog ticks first remove tick from fur can they live on humans can they live on cats how to remove these ticks from cats dogs sheep ticks blood sucking animals live on humans as well as animals but remove the head carefully wash your hands too how these ticks get around fly with the aid of a bird land on cat dog or sheep dont remove head it will grow another body and blood suck all over again feeding off the blood of your dog! Frontline other flea pest control products does frontline or flea shampoo really work to keep these ticks off your pet what happens if you dont remove the head of the tick I did take the trouble to remove these ticks from the dog before taking the close up photos of these blood sucking insects for you! Horrible blood sucking parasites Insect repellent in the form of Frontline flea and tick repellent dosn’t work! The ticks still invade the dogs fur on a daily basis the ticks are donanated by the sheep and birds which pass by your house! PARASITE TICKS BLOOD SUCKING BEASTS of the BALKANS carrying Lyme Disease Close up shots of the awesome tick that was sucking blood from my dog! This tick was removed from inside her ear SOME BULGARIAN DOGS carrying these ticks THE BULGARIAN SHEEP DOG this tick was removed from DOG TICKS of BULGARIA TICKS THE BLOOD SUCKING PARASITE CRITTERS YOU DONT WANT UNDER YOUR SKIN and can carry Lyme Disease, a tick sucking your blood can cause disease DOG TICKS in your dogs fur and under their skin in BULGARIA HOW ON EARTH DO YOU REMOVE A DOG TICK FROM DEEP IN THE DOGS FUR? CAN THESE TICKS ATTACH THEMSELVES TO HUMANS? HOW DO THESE TICKS MOVE AROUND FROM ANIMAL to ANIMAL? DO TICKS CARRY DISEASES? HOW DO THESE TICKS SPREAD DISEASE TICK ENGORGED ON CAT’s BLOOD I removed this huge tick engorged with blood off my cat, took photos then destroyed the parasite! How did I ensure that this tick couldn’t suck on my pets blood again, well, some people set them alight with fire and some people splat the tick, purrrsonally I prefer to wrap into a dry tissue and set the tissue alight. It may sound cruel, but these ticks carry disease and will keep sucking until they are full.