The Effects of Tick Bites on Dogs?

Answer Tick bites on dogs can be unpleasant and, in some cases, deadly. Ticks are carriers of various diseases---most commonly Lyme and Rocky Mounted Spotted Fever---that can cause problems for your canin... Read More »

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How to Treat Tick Bites on Dogs?

Ticks are parasites that feed on mammal blood, and ticks affect all kinds of animals, including dogs. Ticks carry deadly diseases such as Lyme disease, Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, encephalitis an... Read More »

How do you tell if you got flea bites or tick bites?

It's not tick bites because ticks don't bite and leave. They burrow and stay until you get them out of your skin. I've never seen a flea bite that looks like your description either. Since you have... Read More »

What Do Flea & Tick Bites Look Like?

Under normal circumstances flea and tick bites are more bothersome than troublesome; the majority of victims (both human and pet) exhibit only minor discomfort with no lasting effects. But for thos... Read More »

Can you get AIDS from tick bites?

No. According to the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, HIV, which causes AIDS, spreads in three ways. These include sexual contact with an infected person, sharing needles a... Read More »