The Sun is Back, and So are The Ticks
From 7°C, the arrachnids are revitalised and keep veterinarians, animal care takers and pet owners busy. The parasites patiently wait for their prey in bushes and grasses. There, they will be taken on by wild animals, cats, dogs and horses.
Unfortunately, we must no longer only attempt to prevent the bite - the priority is now to prevent disease transfer. In each country, domestic ticks are common carriers of many dangerous diseases. Only a few hours after the bite from a disease carrying tick will the infection lead to diseases such as borreliosis, anaplasmosis or babesiosis.
In our themed category, we would like to provide you with a few facts surround the the topic of ticks, which you may use in educating your patients' owners. Moreover, we are providing you with important products surrounding tick protection, tick vaccination and diagnosis of tick transmitted diseases.