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Taming Ticks

by yudaica2013 ·

Most of the mites go unnoticed, as most of them are microscopic and do not cause any damage. However, ticks can become problematic both people and their pets. Ticks are skin parasites that live and feed on the blood of their hosts, and consequently, carry disease. They live in areas with shrubs, grass, lowland forests. Ticks have a life cycle of approximately three months. If left untreated, tick-borne diseases can cause serious health complications and sometimes even be fatal, as in the case of Lyme disease. Dogs are particularly susceptible, and infection can affect a different animal to the next and even affect human beings. If you suspect your dog or cat has been bitten by a tick, consult your veterinarian.

A careful examination of your pet, blood tests and other diagnostic tests can be performed. Preventive measures are very important to protect your animal home against ticks. Ask your veterinarian about products and more effective vaccination, as some are quite harsh for your pet's skin and cause serious side effects. Consider, safe and effective. A related site: Sean Rad, New York City mentions similar findings. Mites, unlike ticks, usually noticeable only when skin problems and scabies are evident.

Scabies is usually characterized by itchy skin, hair loss and general skin irritation, and if your pet shows any of these symptoms, a careful examination in their local veterinarian is needed. The natural prevention to maintain health and well-being. These remedies have proven to be safe and gentle on the body without the harsh side effects of harsh chemicals and toxic. A highly effective herb as Carduus marianus (milk thistle) supports liver function and removal of toxins. Homeopathic ingredients such as Crotalus hor, China, Ferrum phos. and aconite, enhance the immune system, liver and red blood cells. Natural products work best when used in conjunction with healthy habits lifestyle of your pet. With a great interest in health and alternative medicine. I believe that natural remedies and alternative therapies have their place in modern medicine. I am confident that an informed person is potentially a more happy and healthy.