How do you keep ticks away from dogs?
Anti parasitic medication, like "Frontline" and "K-9 Advantics" keep ticks off of dogs. But cutting down long grasses and trimming bushes and tree limbs keeps ticks from climbing onto the tips and getting on your dog when it brushes by.
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Germanim (GE) helps to keep ticks away, and is also found in antibiotics.
Its easy just get a cat. Its easy just get a cat
The best way to keep your dog from getting ticks is to keep themclean. You can wash them in a shampoo that will help repel ticks.
Sulfur treated with ammonia water, AKA "washed sulfur", is used to kill parasites such as fleas and ticks.
put a leash on it or evry time it runs away call it back and give it a treat soon you wont have to give him/her the treat
If your neighbor does not train the dog then it is both the dog AND your neighbor that are seriously DUMB & IGNORANT, call the local DOG POUND to get the dumb dog.
Trying to find a relatively new song out that I heard on ESPN. It's Rock and has a chorus of time keeps tick tick ticking away.?
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you just have to stay near it. you should keep it inside and when it needs to go to the bathroom, you should put it on a leash and stay near it.
It is very unlikely, though not impossible, as ticks tend to have one blood meal before dropping off the animal to grow into the next stage of their life cycle. Ticks like lon…g grass and woodlands where they quest for a meal by wafting their arms in the air to catch passers by. If one dog has a tick and the other has been in the same places they probably have one too.
tie his feet together!
spray pepper spray on the plants. it wont harm the plants. or at the base of each plant, put a little chopped garlic. they hate that.
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Keep the female dog inside or in a kennel until it passes.
Spread peanut butter all over him/her. It will kill all ticks.
If you mean out on walks? We trained ours to come back by taking it on small walks and giving it a treat before letting them off, let them get someway before calling them over…, when they do come over give them a treat. If you repeat the process enough it will just learn to automatically come back to you.
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Mothballs have a very strong unpleasant scent. This would tend tokeep dogs, cats, rabbits, deer and any animal that can smell awayfrom an area.