Tick Control Tips and Prevention!
Ticks have 8 legs, but they aren't exactly spiders. These creatures attach themselves to mammals and feed on blood.
The first step for keeping ticks off you and your pets should be to thoroughly inspect everyone for any ticks that may already exist.
It is recommended that you take your pet to the vet to have a tick removed, especially if you have noticed any strange behavior from the animal the tick was attached to.
Removing the ticks that are actually attached to you or your pets right now isn't enough; you have to keep these ticks off your property if you don't want to be dealing with them on a constant basis.
You can also contact Connecticut tick control professionals for help and more suggestions.