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Pet Tick Bites This Winter

Posted by Jennifer Smith on 25th Jan 2019

Ticks are most active in the spring and summer months while the weather is warm; however, as long as temperatures are above freezing (32 degrees Fahrenheit) tick bites can still occur in both humans a … read more

The Winter Tick Is a Wildlife Health Issue

Posted by Jennifer Smith on 30th Oct 2018

The winter tick is real; and it's a real concern for wildlife.The winter tick, also known by its real name, Dermacentor albipictus, is a health issue for wildlife but not for pets or humans. Whil … read more

Tick Disease Concern In Fall

Posted by Jennifer Smith on 13th Sep 2018

Ticks are really a year-round problem; and although the media discusses tick disease in spring and summer more than any other season, the fall brings challenges for outdoor enthusiasts.Ticks do not di … read more

It's World Zoonoses Day!

Posted by Jennifer Smith on 6th Jul 2018

World Zoonoses Day is held annually on July 6th as a call to action to spread the word about the dangers of zoonotic diseases such as Lyme Disease and Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever. The 150 types … read more

What's To Blame For the Rise In Ticks?

Posted by Jennifer Smith on 27th Jun 2018

Ticks are most active in the spring and summer months when the weather is warm; and each year, there seems to be an increase in the number of tick bites across the United States. So, what is the reaso … read more

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