Biggest tick ever!!! and How to Remove Ticks From Pets Step-by-Step



until I've ever seen in my whole life take a look this thing is three legs so I have to remove it I don't have a special tool I will try it with a mixture [Applause] house the whole thing left to my toe up and get some frontline tomorrow thanks for watching ticks can transmit deadly diseases to your pet within 24 hours of a bite so Swift removal is key here's the best way to remove a tick from your dog or cat so you're prepared to get rid of these dangerous parasites first you'll need a pair of latex or rubber gloves because ticks carry infectious agents that can seep into the human bloodstream through breaks in the skin it's best to play it safe and we're protected here when getting ready to remove a tick it's important to keep your pet calm because any unusual poking or prodding tends to make pets nervous if there's someone else available have that person hold your pet to help keep her calm and now you're ready to remove the tick take a pair of tweezers the pointy kind work best and grab ahold of the tick as close to your dog's skin as possible be careful not to pinch though using steady pressure pull the tick out using a straight motion be careful not to twist or jerk the tick because you want to avoid leaving mouthparts behind also make sure not to squeeze or crush the tick because the fluids may contain infectious materials kill the tick by placing it in a container of rubbing alcohol once the tick is dead most veterinarians recommend keeping the tick in a container with a lid in case your pet starts displaying symptoms of a disease your veterinarian might want to evaluate the tick if your pet starts showing signs of infection use antiseptic spray or rubbing alcohol to disinfect the bite site keep an eye on it for signs of infection if the area becomes red or inflamed make an appointment with your veterinarian right away make sure to keep a close eye on your dog or cat over the next few weeks and be on the lookout for any strange symptoms like reluctance to move fever fatigue loss of appetite or swollen lymph nodes if your pet displays any of these symptoms make an appointment with your veterinarian right away

43 thoughts on “Biggest tick ever!!! and How to Remove Ticks From Pets Step-by-Step

  1. Guys please STFU before u judge this could be a homeless dog …I help homeless dogs all the time I take them a bath and remove all ticks and then I post on next door app tool see if people are missing they're dogs

  2. the dog" leave me the hell alone take me to the vet to get it removed because you left the head of it in bitch!!!!!"
    owner"no i can do it you don't"t need to go it cost to much and i cant afford a clean house already."

  3. So do you just not spend a lot of personal time with your dog? Paying attention to it and making sure it's okay? I check my dog everyday for bugs even though I know she doesn't have any ?
    How does ANYONE allow a tick that size to go unnoticed? ESPECIALLY on that cute little head that I'd be smothering in kisses. Poor dog, how do you miss that?!?

  4. I think you left the ticks head in your dog and there was loads of bugs on the ground
    it was quite horrible , poor dog !!!!!!

  5. Bruh your house is infested with bugs your dog wouldn't have that problem if you clean your house

  6. Spider, red ant, another black bug by the bowl….OMFG….where the heck is this taking place?????!!!!! I was horrified to see how filthy the floor was!!!!!!! My place isn't spotless….but at least I TRY!!!!!!!!

  7. I saw a spider omgomgomgomgomgomg ⚠️⚠️⚠️⚠️⚠️⚠️⚠️⚠️⚠️⚠️⚠️⚠️⚠️⚠️⚠️⚠️grossss house

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