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Ku-Ring-Gai Vet Area Tick Alert

By admin | Dated August 20, 2013

Cat and dog tick paralysis season has begun in the Ku-Ring-Gai area. From now until mid March 2014 your pet is in real danger from tick paralysis. If you have possums, bandicoots or walk your pets in or around bushland your pet is at risk.

Download our free e-book on cat and dog tick paralysis by clicking on the icon below. The book is a great resource and will educate you on the signs, symptoms and treatments of tick paralysis in dogs and cats. Click on the icon below and call 9498 3000 if you are at all concerned.


Surviving Tick Paralysis pdf
Download Ebook here
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