Monday, June 18, 2012

American Dog Tick Dangers


A dog tick can have all kinds of diseases, both for you and your dog. You must find a way to get rid of these external parasites. The dog tick's family Acarina, which is connected to the family of mites. It lives outdoors and use their heat sensors to locate warm-blooded animals like your dog to intervene. They roam for your pet until you find a good soft spot (ears or stomach) to penetrate. The tick is locked until it has finished feeding process. It is harder to remove a tick from your dog during this time.

Blood loss is not considered a real problem, but the dangers of the disease that leads to the cross is of great concern. The American dog tick (scientific name - Dermacentor variabilis) in the U.S. in general, east of the Rocky Mountains. The tick of America but is widely distributed in the U.S., Canada and Mexico. It has been found in California, Massachusetts and south to Florida.

This cross will target smaller animals such as fish larvae and larger animals like an adult. The dog is the primary host, but can attack the larger animals such as cows, horses, and even humans. Infectious substance can cause fever Rock Mountain, tularemics (rare infectious disease that can attack the skin, eyes and lungs) ... Canine tick paralysis, is another concern food. Read More

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