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Tick blister

Species: dog | Category: parasites | Submitted: 7 May 2009 11:18PM | viewed 22507 times
Q Wanda asks about Puppy (dog) :

I recently removed a tick from the underbelly of my dog. Now there's a blister with a purple-red ring around it. Do I need to be concerned?

Q Our vet says: Yes, it could mean that the head of the tick has been left behind or there could be an infection.

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