Most readers here who have pets are quite familiar with this problematic pest. Although this is rare, there may be some out there who have had the misfortune of being struck by tragedy. In rare cases, ticks can spread disease, and this happens via the domestic pet’s bloodstream. Commercial farmers handling livestock make it a habit of their agricultural business to inoculate their animals regularly. And this is something the domestic pet owner needs to do as well.
It begins with regular visits to the local vet. The vet will provide the animal with some form of inoculation. It is designed to make the animal immune from being infected by ticks and fleas. But the problem with this is that it is not one hundred percent foolproof. There is every chance that an inoculation many fail, particularly if the poor animal is heavily infected. Interestingly, this has little to do with the actual inoculation.
No doubt that it would be effective. But if it is, why does it fail? This, understandably, can be quite confusing for the initiate. To make absolutely certain that the domestic pet is free, free at last, from ticks, an organic tick control remedy needs to be utilized. Because the poison or program being implemented is organic, this means that no chemicals are being used. This, of course, makes it quite safe for the home environment.
Organic tick control is, by far, more effective than traditional inoculations and fumigations. And yet still, it can still fail. Why is this? Why is the animal, in the house for most of the day, still being bothered by ticks? The organic tick control program needs to be taken a step further by the pet owner. The house needs to be clean. Apart from blood, ticks appear to like dirt as well.