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Wood Tick vs Deer Tick: What’s the Difference?

Wood Tick vs Deer Tick: What’s the Difference?

Depending on what part of the country you live in, it can be tick season all year long, even in colder months. A common myth is that ticks die in winter. They don’t unless the temperature is well below zero. And even then, only a small percentage may die. If you enjoy...
Do Ticks Die in Winter?

Do Ticks Die in Winter?

Do ticks die in winter? If temperatures drop to between -2- and 14-degrees Fahrenheit, ticks will die. In temperatures ranging from 15 to 32 degrees Fahrenheit, ticks will go dormant. When temperatures rise above freezing, the ticks can become active again. It’s like...
Lyme Disease in Dogs: What Pet Owners Should Know

Lyme Disease in Dogs: What Pet Owners Should Know

According to reports, Lyme disease in dogs is common. Some claim it is the most common disease transmitted by ticks. When discussing Lyme disease, it’s natural to think about humans who have contracted the disease from a deer tick and are experiencing the devastating...
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