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Species: dog | Category: parasites | Submitted: 19 May 2007 10:32AM | viewed 15242 times
Q Rosie asks:

I think I've found a tick, but is it?

Q Our vet says: A tick usually looks like a pale white to dark grey wart like lump in the fur. Ticks may be found anywhere on the body but are often most noticeable around the face, ears and paws. They are variable in size depending on the stage of the life cycle and how much they have fed. Since you are in doubt and it is impossible for me to help over the internet in this situation you should seek professional advice.

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