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Is taking a bath in bleach good for getting rid of deer ticks?
No, what you need to do is put Vaseline on the actual deer tick then wait approx. 10 minutes or so and get a good set of tweezers preferably pointy ones . And the deer tick should back itself out and then remove with tweezers. the Vaseline cuts off the oxygen so the deer tick cant breathe. and the vaseline makes it much easier to remove it even if it was giving a problem of not backing out.....
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The deer tick is very very very tiny, approximately the size of a fleck of black pepper. They are very nearly impossible to see on a dog, and can still be difficult to see eve…n when engorged.
Deer ticks live on grass, trees, and bushes. So it's really easy to get them. When you brush against grass, trees, and bushes you might get a deer tick which can give yo…u lyme disease. A safe way to get them them off is with tweezers and rub acholl on it after getting them off. There female and male deer ticks. Female deer ticks are the most dangerous. You can tell if they are male or female by looking at them. If they have red on its bottom, then it's a female. If it is all black, then it's a male. Don't panic if you get a deer tick. Just pull it off and you will be fine.
Deer ticks can be red or dark brown.
because it is found mostly on deers!
Parasitism= the ticks sucks blood from the deer, while the deer is being harmed.
Lyme disease is caused by a group of bacteria called Borrelia burgdorferi sensu lato. These bacteria (at least some of them) can infect deers and can also cause a persistent i…nfection in them. But these infections are 'subclinical' so usually there aren't any symptoms in deers.
No. If your body is trying to mount a fever to help eliminate the pathogens responsible for the cold, taking a bath will make it easier to reach a higher temperature, for a li…ttle while... but then your body will just have to make up for the difference when you get out of the bath anyway. Baths are very relaxing, though, and anything that soothes your body and mind will help you deal with the stress of having a cold.
a tick benefits and the deer is harmed
first you can try putting either tick killer on it or clear nail polish on it but if neither of them work you have to pull it off and have a big bump on you so that pretty muc…h means you screwed.
Taking bleach baths is not safe for anyone. Your skin is covered with a natural protecting substance called gamma globulin. Bleach baths destroy this protective layers, and ir…ritate the skin, as well.
Yes, ticks do live on deer, because they like drinking blood from furry animals.
If only the head is stuck in the skin you either go to a doctor, so he can remove it or you just wait til it comes out by itself (inflammation)
Yes its fine for a male 2 tke a bleach bath...I give One 2 ma son like 2-3 tymes a wk nd maself...nthn is wrong w/ it...nthn gonna happen 2 u... +++ No of course not..…. Apart from the real risk of skin damage, severe eye irritation etc. You might get away with it provided you keep the free chlorine or bromine level below the 3 or 4ppm used in swimming-pools. Mains tap water chlorine level is 2ppm. You do have an accurate swimming-pool water test kit in your bathroom, and means to dose the water accurately, to ensure this, don't you? You do understand what I'm writing..... do you? Knowing handling these chemicals safely, I can't imagine why the hell anyone would want to bathe in bleach. You give your son's age, but if he's very young I'd imagine the risks are higher - you don't really want to risk being charged with child cruelty, do you?
The best approach is prevention. The best long-term preventive is an insect growth regulator called Precor. This flea hormone will cause sterility in the offspring of any fle…a that touches it, so spray it every four months on your carpets, hardwood floors, and upholstery (but never on your animals!).