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well, i am very glad we read this post and watched the video. it's working great for us and our dogs!! easiest method EVER, thank you so very VERY much!!
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Just followed your instruction and removed a little demon from.our dog..Thank you
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Drinking small sips of water every few seconds doesn't help me. When I get them I get them bad. And I have found the only thing that consistently works for me is to get one or two full glasses or bottles of water, and drink at a continuous and medium to 'gulping' pace. I think it's the combination of being super full (it helps if it's something easy on the stomach like water - no carbonated beverages and no alcohol) and mostly due to all the muscles that are involved while swallowing water being kept 'busy'. If I notice the hiccup pattern is about once every 30 seconds, then I try to continuously drink for 30-60 seconds, while breathing through my nose very calmly. The longer I need to drink , the more the gulps get reduced to more like sips. But if I stop early, or pause while drinking, usually the hiccup sneaks in at that moment. I hope this helps someone else. Just try to be calm and focus on breathing while drinking and drinking and drinking....
My boyfriend didn't believe this would work, but the tick came out easily on it's own. I have a happy cat! Thanks for the video.
worked like a charm! I thought it was too good to be true! Check out that nasty bugger!
Yuck! You've touched the ticks with bared hands? Some hygiene please!!!
Not wearing gloves is a very bad habit! It's so nasty to touch the ticks with bared hand. Better the tweezers option
Worked within 15 seconds I reckon and I was extremely pleased as I am a new dogmother and a bit neurotic with that responsibility. He has a small pea sized lump from where the tick was which I'll keep an eye on. Only thing I was a little concerned about now is that I didn't use gloves and as we did this op in bed while he was relaxing I didn't rush straight to wash as I was cuddling him. I did touch the tick to pick it up. Is there a risk to humans from handling a tick? I am obviously aware of lymes disease, but I'm assuming that is from being bitten and blood passing. And do animals get Lymmes?
This was our first time removing a tick from a dog. This method worked well with no distress to our dog - although I did run away quickly (I was holding our dog) once the tick jumped out. Tick is now in a jar with all body parts in tact. My husband wore disposable gloves and we cleaned the area where the tick had held on with an antiseptic wipe. Thanks for the advice - it really worked
That's all I thought of when I saw this!!!!! ???????
It does work ive just got two ticks of my jack russel who is a little figit heres proof
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This worked so well! Thank you!!!? ? ? Here is a toast to you!? My dog and your black dog look like siblings!! - TaraS59
Worked great for squirmy puppy! - ChrisK222
Could not believe it! !!!! THIS TRICK IS THE BEST TRICK I'VE EVER SEEN!!!! My dog didn't even know i was taking a tick of her. .... Thank you for sharing. ..If you have any quick tips like this for keeping ticks and fleas off... lol
Well i must thank you for you advice. I just found a big tick on my dog. It freaked me out when i finally figured out what it was!!! Tried another technic but my dog wouldn't let me. Came across your advice and tried it. It only too about 15 or twenty seconds tick fell on the garage floor totally in tack head and all. I now have it in a bottle incase my dog starts to act strange or showing symptoms of infection, so i can take it to the Vet if need too. Again Thanks!!!
I dont know about small ticks but i tried with this large one. I had no faith but this huge thing did fall out within 45 seconds with its head attached. - KellyP34
I saw a fleshy lump just above the pup's eye and was not sure if it was a tick or not. We do walk through lots of fields where sheep graze so decided to give your removal process a go. You hear so many horror stories where bits of ticks get left in and cause endless complications. Marigolds on I did the circular rubbing thing and in seconds the tick was out - thought I had lost it but it had crawled to the other side of the dogs face. I plunged it into boiling salted water and then stamped on it outside. Thank you so much for this information. I have 3 dogs and live in rural Derbyshire so I am sure this information will be very useful. - marilynd15
I just tried this with our squirming puppy (which made it quite a challenge!). Although it took a while since the puppy was resisting, the tick came right out fully intact! In fact, it still seems to be moving a little bit in the 50% alcohol solution I dropped it into 15 minutes ago. I was quite nervous about using tweezers with my active puppy and taking the risk that I wouldn't be able to get the whole tick. I am thrilled with this option and will use again. Thanks so much!!
Thank you so much. Just found a tick on my dog and googled how to remove it as cant find the tick remover tool I have!! And used your technique and it worked!!!???xx
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