Ticks! No one likes them, especially not your pets.
They are cunning and manage to hide in really hard-to-find places. Best is to check your pet after every outing, such a walks, hikes, trips to the beach and even outdoor playtime.
Here are 7 areas to look at especially.
Not only is it a good idea to look for ticks, but while you’re at it, check for lumps, bumps and irritations regularly.
What to look for:
Feel for lumps and bumps and look for areas that seem a bit irritated. Some ticks may be the size of a sesame seed.
As ticks are drawn to dark, moist areas on the body, give the following areas a thorough going over (yes, even if your dog is on a preventative!)