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Ticks: Know Your Enemy

Ticks: Know Your Enemy

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Ticks require moisture to survive, so tend not to be found in extreme heat or dry cli...

Does my dog have Lyme?

Does my dog have Lyme?

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Would you know if your dog had Lyme disease? Dogs are at high risk of encountering tick...

March: Tick Fact

March: Tick Fact

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Horses need tick protection too!

Ticks stir from their dormant state and begin searching for a blood meal anytime temperatures are 4 degrees C or greater.  Is it ok to let your guard down during these warmer days?   Practice tick bite prevention the moment the weather begins to warm. And don't forget to grab your tick kit to help you prevent, identify and treat tick bites.

January Tick Fact

January Tick Fact

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During this cold, dark month most ticks lay dormant under leaf cover insulated by a blanket of snow, though be prepared to encounter the threat anytime temperatures rise to 4 degrees C or above.

November Tick Fact

November Tick Fact

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Still active, ticks may still be seeking their final pre-winter blood meal.  Abrupt blasts of frigid temperatures may kill unprotected ticks, but the majority make it through the season with relative ease as gradual snow accumulation provides an added layer of insulation.

December Tick Fact

December Tick Fact

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The depths of winter may provide us with the greatest break from this menace, though any time temperatures rise to just 4 degrees C or above, ticks will re-emerge as well.

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