The ticks you find on your dog or cat could have come from many places, including your backyard. Ticks may be brought into your yard by many other animals like feral cats, white-tailed deer, raccoons, opossums, wild turkey and coyotes. Your pet can also pick up ticks from a number of other places including wooded areas, trails, under shrubs, and areas with tall grass.

Ticks can transmit serious diseases including Lyme disease, Rocky Mountain spotted fever, canine anaplasmosis, ehrlichiosis, babeiosis and canine hepatozoonosis. And some species of ticks are more numerous, and found in more geographic areas than before.

We offer several different products for your flea and tick control, so please call the office to discuss your options.

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We provide a wide variety of veterinary services to assist you and your pet. Learn more about the services we offer and how we're different.

Pet Health Checker
Use our Pet Health Checker tool to help you decide if your pet's symptoms require immediate attention or if you should continue to monitor those symptoms at home.

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