To remove a tick from either a person or a pet, use tweezers to grasp the tick's body and gently pull it off. Then, apply isopropyl alcohol to the bite mark to clean it, recommends the Humane Society. More » Health Insect & Animal Bites

Remove seed ticks by grabbing the tick near its mouth, where it’s attached to the skin, with a pair of fine-tipped tweezers, according to WebMD. Gently pull upward until the mouth detaches from the skin, and dispose of t... More »

To remove a tick, grasp it near the skin using fine-tip tweezers, and pull up without twisting until its mouth releases, according to WebMD. Store the tick in a jar or plastic bag in the freezer in case a doctor needs it... More » Health Insect & Animal Bites

According to WebMD, burrowed ticks should be removed from the skin as soon as possible with tweezers and placed in a sealed bag or container. In certain cases, it can be difficult to tell whether the entire tick has been... More »

A tick's head can be removed by taking a pair of tweezers, grabbing the tick's head and pulling the head out of the afflicted person's skin, reports Kid's Health. It is best to take the tick at this point and place it in... More »

Grasping a tick with tweezers where its mouth meets a person's skin usually removes it from the human body, according to Mayo Clinic. Do not remove ticks with rubbing alcohol, fingernail polish, petroleum jelly or a ciga... More »

Many ticks become engorged within 24 hours, according to the nonprofit organization MaineLyme. Seed ticks take about three to 11 days to become completely engorged, notes The Daily Puppy. More »