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February 07, 2011
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Ticks are a vector for diseases: As ticks bite one host after another, diseases can spread to pets, humans, and other hosts. While Lyme disease is the most well known of the tick-borne illnesses, ticks can also carry other diseases that may cause harm to you or your pet.
Pay close attention if your pet becomes enervated or runs a fever after a tick bite or being outside during tick season—these are common symptoms of many tick-borne illnesses. While not all tick bites lead to diseases, bites should be treated very seriously and ticks should be removed promptly from pets.
You can also protect your pets with flea and tick prevention medications such as K9 Advantix or Frontline Plus.
K9 Advantix II for Dogs
Frontline Plus for Cats
Advantage II for Cats
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