Stop Blood Ticks From Engorging Themselves
Author: Willow S.
Word Count: 167
Questions Received: 0
Testimonial ID: 8597-OR
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We live in tick country and I have used a tool called Ticked Off for years. It's a plastic little crochet hook shaped thing that you insert at the tick's head and scoop it off the area while it is engorging itself. I have used this for many years and it's 100% effective. I have never broken off a head from body parts etc, except this time.
One of our dogs, a Border Collie, had a tick embedded in his ear flap just inside the ear. It's a thin-skinned area and the tool was not working. I felt like I was having to use undue pressure to try and evict the thing and it caused a gouge and some blood-never mind the dog resisting!
So I went and got out the Purification and applied a couple drops near the site-not right on top of it. Within about two hours the tick had backed itself out! I applied more to help with disinfection after that.
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