5 Things To Do If You Find A Dried Dead Tick On Dog

Locate The Dried Dead

Areas such a ears, paws, neck, and belly have the best environment for the ticks to survive in, and it is very hard to find them there, especially with long-coated dogs.

Put On Your Gloves

When you remove the tick, you can’t touch the small wound that was left with your bare hand because it can get irritated or infected.

Part The Dog's Hair

You need to part the hair so you can get a very good grip on the little parasite.

Tweezer Time

Use the pointy and thin tweezers with which you will be able to grip the tick precisely.

Clean And Disinfect

It is important to clean around the wound so that all the area is clean, so there is no possibility of the wound getting infected.