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    cholomanaba  over 4 years ago

    so much for a scout

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    Gator007  over 4 years ago

    I took 2 ticks off my dog yesterday.

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    vwdualnomand  over 4 years ago

    jason, if you want those things, live in alaska or canada.

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    Ray_C  over 4 years ago

    The tick is clocking…

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    Poollady  over 4 years ago

    Wimp!

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    The Life I Draw Upon  over 4 years ago

    The method I have successfully used to remove ticks is to put a deflamed matchhead at the head of the tick in an effort to get the insect to retract. Completely crush/destroy the tick with eggs. Do not drop it in the trash.

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    Doctor11 GC Insider over 4 years ago

    Jason, you’re hopeless.

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    Nabuquduriuzhur  over 4 years ago

    I wore light colored pants and carried a leatherman. I’d frequently check for ticks and when they were on the leg, I’d use the pliers of the leatherman on them. Crunch.

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    Maxride268  over 4 years ago

    No, you don’t need to save it to be examined at all. Burn it or flush it down the toilet. The doctors can tell if you have lyme disease or anything else from blood tests, if not just examining the bite itself. And you don’t need tweezers, ticks aren’t usually embedded in the skin, they’re just attached with a special kind of “glue” they make to attach themselves, much like barnacles to a rock.

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