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HELP! Remove ticks!







xiaochui
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May 23, 2005, 5:17 AM

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My shih tzu have ticks on their whole body. Can anyone teach me how to remove all the ticks?

I bath them with some dettol but still got a lot.

All the ticks very small, very hard to remove.

How to kill the ticks? effectively? what product? spray or tick collar?

My shih tzu is about 7 months old


Shinya
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May 23, 2005, 6:20 AM

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Erm~ Sad to let u know tht u may cut their flur off~ And how did u let the ticks get into ur ST? Ur ST is in indoor or outdoor? And u always bring them out? U have to go to vet or pet shop to ask from them, then go to see docotor to buy some medicine~
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Toy
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May 23, 2005, 10:04 AM

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the most effective way is use drop ons. it will circulate around the dog's skin & all the ticks will die & drop off in 48 hours. please choose products which state that it is safe for ur dogs.


xiaochui
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May 24, 2005, 12:01 AM

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I bring my shih tzu to Melaka, my bf's home town for a week.

His house have 2 doggie that had ticks lor. i cant bring them with me cos don't have car mar.

Now i wont bring my shih tzu to Melaka anymore.


kitconnie78
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May 24, 2005, 5:20 PM

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You can try to use anti tick that is called frontline. You need to spray after 2 days of bathing your dog. Remember to spray it on the skin. The medicine will stay under the skin of your dog for 1 month if you do it properly. Or you can go to vet and buy bedicol. Is anti ticks use to bath your dog.

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axist3
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Jun 3, 2005, 4:53 AM

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you can use a solution called Bayticol...it was recommended to me by my vet. guarantee to kill of any ticks (small/big) . The only downside of this is that it does not provide any further protection from tick bites. You can use Frontline as suggested.


.Lab
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Jun 3, 2005, 11:23 PM

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After bathing?! Sigh. No wonder it didn't work. I do wrongly. She still got flea on her. Only 1 tick drop. Like little round spider.


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kitconnie78
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Jun 6, 2005, 7:30 PM

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After bathing for 2 days then start to use the spray.

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nicky_spykeaz
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Jun 12, 2005, 9:16 PM

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have you clear the problem?? if not i can suggest you something....some might think is the most stupid thing to do but it work on all the dog i have...maybe you can try this after trying everything ya..

you make a very diluted washing detergent powder..i use biowhite..a good quality because it have less foam <-- it better you use less foam detergent powder, less damage to you dog...a teaspoon of detergent powder+ 1/2 bucket of water..medium bucket..then wash throughly to your dog, make sure you rub into the fur..leave it for a minute and rise with clean water..make sure all is rinse out..as you know it is washing detergent..any left over will damage your furkid coat..repeat it once a week, slowly reduce it 2 twice a month to once a month...you can see the changes...it work for me because my Bobby san like to roam outside and play with other dog..so sometime he smell like a stray dog but after using it, he doesnt have the dog smell anymore..he is tick free after a month of using it..now i only use it when he is back smelling like a doggie smell...Laugh

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JoeSmith
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Jun 13, 2005, 9:11 PM

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Is your doggy flies and ticks free? Beware; if ticks or flies drop ALIVE inside the house then you will have a real nightmare for years to come. They can survive without blood for up to two (2) years.

Frontline is probably the easiest medicine available. Use the spot-on, which works better on long coated dogs. Empty the solution at the neck area (divide the fur to reach the skin) only and your dog will be free of flies and ticks for a whole month.


sallychuah
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Jun 14, 2005, 3:06 AM

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