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Fleas are small wingless jumping insects that feed on the blood of mammals and birds. They sometimes transmit diseases through their bite, including plague myxomatosis, and Lyme disease.
Ticks are small bloodsucking parasites. Many species transmit diseases to animals and people through their bites. Some of the diseases you can get from a tick bite are Lyme disease, Ehrlichiosis, Rocky Mountain spotted fever, and tularemia.
Some ticks are so small that they can be difficult to see
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Facts About Fleas And Ticks
- Ticks are arachnids. Meaning, they are more closely related to spiders and scorpions than insects.
- Ticks have four life stages: egg, larva (infant), nymph (immature), and adult (mature).
- There about 850 tick species, some of which are capable of transmitting diseases such as Lyme disease, Ehrlichia, and Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever.
- Ticks feed on the blood of their host — humans, birds, reptiles, and wild and domestic mammals.
- Ticks may appear as a small dark speck on your pet’s fur.
- Tick infestations are more common in dogs than cats.
- Ticks are generally not born with disease agents. They acquire them during feeding and pass them along onto other animals during subsequent feedings.
- Pets may contract multiple diseases from a single tick bite.
- The brown dog tick and the American dog tick are the most common carriers of disease among dogs.
Never remove a tick with your bare hand. Instead, using tweezers, grasp the tick close to the skin and pull gently.
Finding Fleas is much easier if you have pets
- Look for abnormal scratching, licking, or biting.
- Unusual red patches of skin.
- Pale gums.
- Flea dirt.
Common Facts about Ticks
- Diseases infect not all ticks.
- Testing the tick is a waste of time and money.
- Lyme disease doesn’t always produce the hallmark bullseye rash.
- Lyme disease is generally easy to treat.
- Several methods prevent tick bites.
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Tick Disease Facts
Learn more about common diseases commonly transmitted by ticks
Symptoms include fever, headache, abdominal pain, vomiting, and muscle pain.
Some may develop a rash. This rash is severe to fatal. If you think you’ve been bitten by a tick contact a medical professional.
If you find a tick attached to your skin, don’t panic. Use fine-tip tweezers and grasp the tick as close to the skin surface as possible and pull upward.
Do not twist the tick. If the mouth parts break off, remove them with the tweezers as well.
The most dangerous tick species is the Black Legged Deer Tick.
These ticks can be smaller than the head of a pin but are extremely dangerous because they can transmit Lyme disease.
Lyme disease has flu-like symptoms, and 30-50% of victims will develop a red bullseye rash.