Place fork under Tick - Twist in one direction until Tick releases and Remove - Very Simple - Pain Free
DO NOT PULL TICK OFF - IT MAY LEAVE BARBED MOUTH PARTS BURIED IN YOUR DOG/CATS SKIN.
- After tick removal, cleanse the bite site and the tool with Colloidal Silver Liquid.
- Leaving behind the tick’s mouth parts may result in a localised infection, which in severe cases can lead to abscesses and even septicaemia.
- Compressing the tick’s body may cause fluids (its saliva and gut contents) to be squeezed back into the bloodstreamof its host (the person or animal it’s attached to). These fluids may contain disease-causing organisms.
- Puncturing the body of the tick may spill infective fluids (full of disease-causing organisms) on to the host, or on to the person removing the tick.
- Causing injury or irritation to the tick may result in it regurgitating (vomiting) infective fluids into the host, potentially causing a serious infection