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January 01, 2011
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If you spot a tick on your pet, remove it carefully and promptly to avoid spreading disease.
Ignore email forwards and various old wives’ tales recommending other methods of removing ticks. Some popular, but ill-advised, suggestions include drowning ticks with dish soap or Vaseline, or using a match to burn off ticks. It’s quite likely that drowning or burning ticks will actually cause more saliva to go inside the bite area, increasing the likelihood of an infection.
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