Treatments for Ticks

Since experts say it takes more than 24 hours for a tick to infect an animal with Lyme disease, the best prevention would be a daily inspection regimen to locate and remove any parasitical predators. There are several methods recommended กำจัดเห็บหมา. Search the internet and chose the one right for you. By the way, there are other lesser diseases that ticks can cause, some of which do not take as long to manifest, but Lyme is perhaps the most threatening and the focus of this writing. It is suggested you read about the others at your leisure.

Don’t let your efforts end with fortifying your pets coat. Next, focus on your yard or the area you walk your animals in. Keeping your yard closely trimmed and pruned will go a long way to making the unwanted critters feel uncomfortable. You need to beat back the varmints and chase them off into the woods where they belong. Then, you need to stay out of the area you chased them to, at least until cold weather forces them underground again.

There are as many products available to treat your yard as there are to treat your animal. Most are adequate to give protection to the average yard, but if you have property with heavy underbrush, you might consider having someone do the job professionally.

Treatments for ticks will usually also defend against fleas and other parasites that attack our pets. Whichever product or method you chose to use, it would be again wise to call your veterinarian and ask him/her if it is appropriate for your area. Usually your vet will be happy to give you a few minutes of their time for something like this. Once more, be especially cautious if you have cats that you let out into your yard. Cats are often more sensitive to chemicals. Check it out first. Be sure. A tick bite might do less damage than the wrong chemical.

The important thing to remember when you are applying chemical defense to your yard is that ticks are also arboreal. Their mode is to climb out on the ends of branches of small bushes, the bark of trees or fence posts and wave their barbed legs out into the air waiting for some poor unsuspecting animal to walk by.