Ticks: what to do in case of bites?

There are more than 12 different species of ticks, and at all stages of development they temporarily feed exclusively on blood. There are usually more cases of bites from May to October.

What to do in case of a bite?

  1. Act quickly. If you’ve already detected that you have a tick attached, remove it as soon as possible with fine-tipped tweezers. Never pull them out with your fingers.
  2. place, put the tweezers closest to your skin and the mite’s mouth and remove them firmly.
  3. After removing it, apply aniseptic area and wash with soap and water.
  4. Observe the bite for a few weeks and if you notice any changes or start to feel unwell as a result of the incident, visit your doctor🇧🇷

Tick-borne diseases:

  • rickettsiosis: infectious disease characterized by causing fever, muscle pain and headache, mild bleeding gums and rash.
  • lyme disease: usually causes a rash. You have flu-like symptoms, for example joint pain, weakness in the limbs, heart and central nervous system problems.
  • human anaplasmosis: The first symptoms of this disease are fever, headache, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, etc. Among the most prominent complications are facial paralysis, respiratory distress and pneumonia.
  • babesiosis: Symptoms are very flu-like and appear 1 to 8 weeks after a tick bite. The disease can become serious, it can even end in death.

Recommendations to prevent tick infestations

  • Watch your surroundings carefully. If you detect that your pet has ticks, it is very important that you pay attention to your space to prevent them from spreading.
  • treat your pet🇧🇷 Regardless of whether or not you have ticks, it is best to use a treatment that prevents them, such as front line plus available in of all plaguesthat controls and protects your pet for up to 5 weeks.
  • inspect your pet🇧🇷 Ticks tend to bite where there is the most blood flow, such as the back, ears, and armpits.


How to remove ticks?

If there is any tick infestation, it is best to test liquid matter, Its effectiveness has positioned it as one of the top tick removal products since the 1960s.

liquid subject It can be used in sprinkling or in immersion baths. It is totally safe, as it just sticks to the animal’s skin and hair, without being absorbed by the skin.


You will be able to see quick results as in the first 24 hours, ticks that are not engorged will die. The rest full of blood, it will take 2 to 3 days to die, but they will stop absorbing blood from bath day onwards.

This product will also help prevent females from laying eggs, which will better control the infestation.

Remember that in of all plagueswe are professionals in the field and we will be happy to advise you on how to eliminate the pest permanently.

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