Ticks in dogs cause them to suffer from anemia and general humiliation of the body, because ticks in dogs stick to the fur and the body through the mouth like a hook and continue to be absorbed in the blood, in addition to this, ticks transmit to dogs with different epidemics, viruses and bacteria, so ticks are one of the worst diseases that can be Your dog catches it.



In the beginning, you should examine your dog well and make sure that it is infected with a tick bug, and you can search for it with your dog with some tools designated for this. Here is the method:


Bring special tools such as gloves and tweezers for this matter while the dog hides in or around the ear, between his fingers, under his clothes, around the neck, at the thighs, and the armpit area.

Look for the dark round bumps, and make sure to do a thorough research all over the dog's body.

Use some tools that can help in the search for ticks, such as a comb or hair dryer, in case your dog has thick hair.

Protect your dog from ticks


Steps to treat a dog from a tick insect

Do a bath for the dog by shampooing or using a special spray to prevent fleas or insects, but be careful to use this spray if your dog is young.


Separate the hair while locating the tick in order to prevent losing the tick's trace. If you waste the part that has been searched, re-search in the same area.


Use tweezers to remove the tick, and the tick must be picked up from the head to prevent the head from separating from the body, as this will cause your dog to be irritated and infected.


The tick lasts for some hours until it dies completely, so put it in a can of alcohol and seal it on it.


Rub an antiseptic on the tick site after removal and you can use iodine, povidine, or cllohexamide solution. Do not put too much on