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    Deboer
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    I got a tick last week , first one this year , off my stomach .

    Ticks or lyme disease are not a problem !

    Use correct anti-tick pills for your pets , and remove ticks timely on yourselves and you will not have any problems with Lyme disease. It seems to be a recurring problem ? :-)

     

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    yes apparently if you remove a tick within 24 hrs, even if it’s infected with lyme, it won’t be transmitted. after 24 hrs the longer it’s attached the more chance of getting infected (until it drops off after a week or so)

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    I don’t leave them until they drop off Koat , itches too much ! :yahoo:

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