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Be prepared for tick season

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Tick season is upon us
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Tick season is upon us and there are rumors swirling around that it’s going to be a bad one. We wouldn’t be surprised if you haven’t pulled a few off your furry loved ones already.

We have yummy chews to keep your best friend healthy and happy. Whether they're suffering from itchy skin or an upset tummy, browse all our healthy solutions to common aliments.
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We want to make sure we escape this tick season as safe as possible. And of course, arm you with the ‘know how’ to remove them if you have to.

So here’s how you’ll want to remove a tick if you see one on your pup, anyone else, or their pup:

First thing you’ll want to do is remove them ASAP
Make sure you’re checking and feeling around your pup constantly (groin, toes, ears, tail and eyelids)

Use tweezers or a tick removal tool (like a Tick Key)

Get the tool as close to the skin as possible and remove the tick SLOWLY
You will want to gradually squeeze the tick tighter and tighter until they let go and you can pull them off (or slide them off with the Tick Key)
Get rid of the tick** and wash the bitten area with iodine or soup and water.

** If you’re worried that your pup may have contracted lyme or any other tick related diseases save the tick in alcohol and a ziplock bag and bring it to your vet. 

So as mad as we are that tick season will probably be high this year, we hope that we’ve given you some insight on what you can do. Don't forget to check out our yummy chews to keep your best friend healthy and happy! 

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