Tick Head Still in the Dog?

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If the head of a tick is still in the dog, you will need to use tweezers to remove it. This is because even though it possesses little or no more risk of infection, it may still irritate the skin of the dog.
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go see a vet, obviously you tried to remove the tick yourself which was not a good idea. Go to the vet and they will remove the tick from the dog carefully, and safely, don't try
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1. Pour a small amount of rubbing alcohol into a disposable jar with a lid. The alcohol will be used to soak the tick immediately after removal. 2. Grasp the head of the tick with
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"To remove an attached tick, use a pair of fine-tipped tweezers or special tick removal instruments. These special devices allow one to remove the tick without squeezing the
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Rub the tick in a circular motion and pretend you're trying to make the tick
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