Posts tagged "Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever"

Tick Diseases In Dogs

Thumbnail image for 'Tick Diseases In Dogs'
Tick populations are booming, and where there are ticks, I can assure you there is tick disease. Sometimes tick borne illnesses are debilitating (to pets and also people, of course). And it’s more than merely Lyme, there’s a long, long list of nasty sounding diseases.   Sometimes they even come grouped together, as some ticks... Read more »

Ticks In the Cold? It's True. Tick Protection Should Be Year-Round

Ticks In the Cold? It's True. Tick Protection Should Be Year-Round
No one likes ticks – they’re gross…Dr. Suzanne Causey, a field services veterinarian at Merial stopped by Steve Dale’s Pet World to talk about protection our pets from these dangerous parasites. Listen HERE. Most pet owners (hopefully) think tick disease, and protection for our pets in Spring and Summer….but protection shouldn’t stop there, she says.... Read more »

Steve Dale: Tick Diseases in Dogs

Thumbnail image for 'Steve Dale: Tick Diseases in Dogs'
Whoa! If you believe tick season is over – you are mistaken! Even in somewhat cooler places like Minnesota and Wisconsin, ticks are prevalent through October (unless there are multiple hard frosts), and for sure in Illinois, most of the midwest, lower southwest and for sure the norrtheast. Truth is ticks are found in all... Read more »
Advertisement:

Dogs and Ticks, Myth vs Fact - You Take the Test

Dogs and Ticks, Myth vs Fact - You Take the Test
Disease-carrying ticks pose health risks to dogs and people, no matter where they live.  The U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) reports that tick disease occurs in every U.S. state, and it seems tick population and therefore tick disease is actually on the rise. Since signs of tick-borne diseases are difficult to recognize in both... Read more »

Protecting Your Dogs from Ticks, and Tick Disease

Thumbnail image for 'Protecting Your Dogs from Ticks, and Tick Disease'
If you counted all the ticks in America, there are more of them today than ever. And this summer, the Midwest is especially inundated (blame the weather). This is my conversation with Dr. Ruth MacPete about keeping your dogs tick free, and therefore disease free. Learn more at dogsandticks.com.