Tick Head Left in Dog?

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If a tick head is left in a dog, first clean around the tick head with rubbing alcohol to prevent infection. Apply triple antibiotic ointment as well. The rest will be done by the dog. The dog's body will form a hard layer of skin around the tick head and eventually the tick head will fall off as the dog loses skin.
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It could get infected, usually nothing serious.
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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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Nothing is likely to happen. It will work it's way out. It will not continue to produce toxins, it will not still be alive, it will not continue ot burrow or any other nonsense. Simply
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Rub the tick in a circular motion and pretend you're trying to make the tick
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