Examine your pet regularly, run your fingers through your cat or dog’s coat. It is common to find them around the head and neck and inside of their ears but they can be found on any part of the body. Don’t forget to search between their eyes and at the end of their nose.
Use a preventative treatment or combination of treatments on your pet (always check the label), these can include using a rinse, tick collar, tablet, sprays and back of the neck spot-on products. While using these products still remember to check your pet as the paralysis tick does become resistant to some insecticides. Ask your local Veterinarian which is the best product for your pet.