Here is another video on removing ticks from your dog...
Here’s the best way to remove a tick from your dog or cat so you’re prepared to get rid of these dangerous parasites.
After you’ve removed the tick from your dog or cat, praise your pet for being good. Give him or her a treat and add in some extra playtime as a special reward.
Improper dog tick removal increases the risk of disease transmission from an infected tick and could cause your dog to get a secondary bacterial infection.
*Removing a tick from the backside of my friends dog .
To remove a few ticks from a dog you will need:
Removing embedded ticks is a delicate operation because it’s easy for a piece of the tick to break off and remain in your dog’s skin if done improperly. Follow the removal steps below or consider bringing your dog to a veterinarian who can safely perform the task and, possibly, show you how it’s done. Infection can occur after 24 hours, so if you find a tick on your dog, remove it right away. Always wear rubber gloves to protect yourself from possible injury or infection. In this instructable I will demonstrate how to easily remove a tick from your dog without pulling it out. The tick will crawl out on it's own and you won't have to deal with 'did I get it all out?'. This sounds like a magic trick and you might even think it is, I did. My sister inlaw had been telling me how to do it for quite a while and I just never tried it, because I didn't think it would work. One day when I was at the vet getting my dogs their yearly shots, my vet found a tick and removed it using this method and I was sold.In this instructable I will demonstrate how to easily remove a tick from your dog without pulling it out. The tick will crawl out on it's own and ...Ticks can be an unavoidable part of the spring and summer months for many dogs and their owners. The staff at has a lot of experience with ticks, both from our customers and our own dogs. Here is how to safely identify and remove them, as well as some tips on how to avoid them in the future.I easily remove about 20 ticks a year from my two dogs. When I used the old way, which was get your tweezers as close to the head of the tick and pull straight out, it would often leave parts of the tick behind. Ticks seem to like areas near the eyes and ears, which would leave marks and scars that wouldn't ever go away.Removal of ticks from dog’s skin is a harrowing process for both, the dog and their owners. Most dogs try to bite the person removing the tick or they might even try to hide or run away from them. Some dogs are cooperative though, and removing ticks embedded in their skin is a lot easier process. If your dog is showing signs of anxiety while removing ticks embedded in its ear, paw or any other part on the body, try to speak soothingly to it. You can even distract it using some tricks or dog treats. Each time you remove a tick buried deep in the dog’s skin, you could give it a treat. Whether there is a single tick embedded in the dog’s skin or several, you need to grasp the parasites firmly using a pair of tweezers. Tick removal is tricky since embedded body/mouth parts of the tick could cause many diseases in the pet. So, you must ensure removing the tick completely.