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Tick Infestations on Dogs

In many cases, dogs (one of the main targets of ticks) will pick up ticks while roaming through wooded or overgrown areas, and also when taken for walks through parks.  During the peak of tick season, you should limit your dog's access to these areas.  The only tick collar that we have seen work consistently is the Preventic Tick Collar for Dogs.   You could also use Frontline Topspot or Frontline Plus as a topical treatment or spray your dog with a solution made from Permethrin-10 if your dog is exposed to areas suspected to be tick infested.   Regular examination and grooming of pets (especially dogs) and frequent cleaning of their bedding is also strongly recommended.  Infested pet bedding should be carefully washed or disposed of.  The area around the pet bed should be carefully and thoroughly treated  with an approved dust and spray.  It has to be emphasized that the dog must be treated if the infestation is to be eliminated.

Using Drione Dust underneath your pet's bedding will go a long way in eliminating existing populations of ticks and for tick prevention. 

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