Posts and tweets about ticks

Posts and tweets about ticks

Use your social media network to raise awareness about the pet health issues related to ticks with these tweets and posts. (Sponsored by Merck Animal Health)
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Jun 14, 2012
By dvm360.com staff

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It typically takes less than 48 hours for a tick to transmit disease to your pet. Ask us about parasite control! #pethealth #parasites

It typically takes less than 48 hours for a tick to transmit disease to your pet. Ask us about parasite control!


The lone star tick transmits Ehrlihcia ewingii and Ehrlichia chaffeensis to dogs and people. Not good. Keep pets safe! #pethealth #parasites

The lone star tick transmits Ehrlihcia ewingii and Ehrlichia chaffeensis to dogs and people. Not good. Keep pets safe!


Although fertility varies between species of ticks, one female tick can lay approximately 5K eggs! #pethealth #parasites

Although fertility varies between species of ticks, one female tick can lay approximately 5K eggs!


There's no place like…anywhere year round for a tick to call home (wooded areas, meadows, homes, kennels, backyards…) #pethealth #parasites

There's no place like…anywhere year round for a tick to call home (wooded areas, meadows, homes, kennels, backyards…)


Ticks are not just ticks. Different species call for different strategies to keep them off pets - and you. #pethealth #parasites

Ticks are not just ticks. Different species call for different strategies to keep them off pets - and you.


Limiting your pet’s exposure to ticks is crucial. If you wait until you see ticks, it’s too late. #pethealth #parasites

Limiting your pet’s exposure to ticks is crucial. If you wait until you see ticks, it’s too late.


Repelling ticks is important! If a tick can't insert their mouth parts into the skin, they can't transmit infections. #pethealth #parasites

Repelling ticks is important! If a tick can't insert their mouth parts into the skin, they can't transmit infections.


One white-tailed deer can support more than 450,000 ticks in a year. And those munchers want to get on your pet, too. #pethealth #parasites

One white-tailed deer can support more than 450,000 ticks in a year. And those munchers want to get on your pet, too.


Even though tick season usually runs from April to November, infection can happen year-round. #pethealth #parasites

Even though tick season usually runs from April to November, infection can happen year-round.


Warm weather is just around the corner. If you’ve taken a break from tick preventives, it’s time to start again. #pethealth #parasites

Warm weather is just around the corner. If you’ve taken a break from tick preventives, it’s time to start again.


Since signs of tick-borne disease are difficult to recognize in both pets and people, simple preventive measures are key. #pethealth #parasites

Since signs of tick-borne disease are difficult to recognize in both pets and people, simple preventive measures are key.

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