You can find photos of tick bites on the WebMD website. This website also provides a slide show of various bug and spider bites to help you identify the biter. More »

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One of the most effective methods of preventing ticks on dogs is to use a tick-repelling chemical, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. These often take the form of pyrethroids and are applied top... More »

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 »

Some common diseases resulting from tick bites include Lyme disease, Rocky Mountain spotted fever and tick-borne relapsing fever, according to MedlinePlus, MedicineNet and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. ... More »

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Many people have no skin reaction to tick bites, according to Healthline. An allergic skin reaction shows up as a rash or pain, swelling or blisters at the bite site, sometimes accompanied by trouble breathing. If the ti... More »

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According to Healthline, tick bites tend to be harmless and seldom produce symptoms other than small red bumps, but some people experience swelling, burning, a rash or blisters at the bite site. Symptoms of tick-borne di... More »

Most bites from disease-carrying ticks are known to cause fever and other symptoms, including headaches, queasiness, retching and muscular pains, states WebMD. These flu-like symptoms may manifest a day or 3 weeks after ... More »