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The best way to remove a tick from a dog is by using tweezers or a tick remover, which can be found at pet supply stores. It's a good idea to store the tick in case the pet shows signs of Lyme disease or another tick-bor... More »

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Ticks should be gently lifted upward from the skin using thin tweezers or another fine-tipped grasping tool, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Placing the tweezers close to the skin, and avoidi... More »

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To remove ticks from your home and keep them away, use a combination of removal and preventative methods, including physical removal, physical barriers, diatomaceous earth, talcum powder and safe insecticides. More »

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First, gather tweezers or a tick removal tool, gloves, antiseptic and isopropyl alcohol. Then, carefully use the tweezers or tick remover to grab the tick, taking care not to leave anything behind. Store the tick in a co... More »

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The best way to clip a dog's nails is to use dog nail clippers and ensure the dog remains calm and relaxed. The two main types of nail clippers are guillotine and scissor types; the user must be comfortable with the trim... More »

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To remove a tick from a dog, use a pair of tweezers to grasp the tick and gently pull it out. Do not twist, jerk or squeeze the tick. Doing so may leave the tick's mouth parts behind or crush the tick, which can lead to ... More »

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Removing a tick from your dog requires a pair of gloves, a clean pair of tweezers, antiseptic, and isopropyl alcohol. Carefully pull the tick from your dog with the tweezers, and then clean the area thoroughly with an an... More »

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