ZenPet Tick Tornado Tick Removal Tool

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ZenPet Tick Tornado Tick Removal Tool

You can safely and effortlessly eliminate ticks from your pet using the ZenPet dog tick removal tool. Created by a skilled veterinarian, this user-friendly device enables you to efficiently extract ticks using a basic technique of hooking, twisting, and lifting, similar to a professional. Unlike other devices that may leave part of the tick in the skin, its distinct twisting motion guarantees complete removal of the tick, thus reducing the risk of transmitting diseases such as Lyme’s Disease and Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever. It is suitable for ticks of any size and is ideal for treating cats, dogs of any breed, and their owners.

  • Easily and safely eliminate ticks by using a straightforward hook, twist, and lifting movement.
  • The distinct rotating movement guarantees that no remnants of the tick are left behind, potentially spreading harmful illnesses.
  • Effective on ticks of any size and suitable for cats and dogs of any breed and age.
  • The compact size allows easy portability in a pocket, glove compartment, or backpack.
  • Created by veterinarians to stop the spread of tick-borne diseases such as Lyme Disease and Rocky Mountain spotted fever.

Important Impormation

As fleas die, they move to the surface of your pet's coat, so don't be discouraged if you notice an increase in fleas after treating your pet. If you continue to notice fleas following treatment, it could be due to your pet getting new fleas from the surroundings, such as other animals, surfaces, and outdoor spaces. Breaking the complete flea life cycle could require as long as 30 days. Furthermore, it is important to address potential sources of new fleas, such as carpets and yards, to achieve comprehensive flea control.


How To Use a Tick Removal Tool?
Gather Supplies: You’ll need the tick remover tool, gloves, antiseptic, and a small container with a lid.
Put on Gloves: Wear gloves to protect yourself from tick-borne diseases.
Position the Tool: Place the tick removal tool around the tick, getting as close to your dog’s skin as possible.
Secure the Tick: Gently squeeze or twist the tool as directed by the manufacturer to secure the tick in the tool’s grip.
Remove the Tick: With a slow, steady motion, pull the tick straight out. Avoid twisting or jerking unless the tool specifically requires it.
Dispose of the Tick: Place the tick in the container and secure the lid, or submerge it in rubbing alcohol to ensure it’s dead.
Clean the Area: Clean the bite area with antiseptic to prevent infection.
Wash Your Hands: Remove your gloves and wash your hands thoroughly.
Monitor Your Dog: Keep an eye on the bite area for signs of infection and watch your dog for any signs of illness.

Do Dogs Get Ticks in Winter?
Yes, dogs are still susceptible to getting ticks in the winter, although the chances are typically reduced compared to the summer. Ticks are most active in the spring and summer, but certain types such as the deer tick, known for transmitting Lyme disease, may stay active in the winter if temperatures are above freezing and there is no snow. Ticks can attach themselves to dogs when dogs go into places where ticks are found, like wooded or grassy areas.

To protect your dog from ticks year-round, it's important to:
  • Continue using tick preventatives as recommended by your veterinarian.
  • Check your dog regularly for ticks, especially after outdoor activities.
  • Keep your yard clean and free of tick habitats, such as tall grasses and leaf litter.

By taking these precautions, you can help minimize the risk of your dog getting ticks even during the winter months.

How To Get Rid Of Ticks in Dogs Ears?
Removing ticks from a dog's ears is like removing them from any other part of the dog's body, but there are some key distinctions. Many dogs are not fond of having their ears touched due to their high sensitivity. Sit with your dog and give them treats for touching their ear when they are relaxed and calm in the home. If your dog doesn't willingly stay still, allow your vet to remove the tick. Putting yourself, your dog, or the connection between you at risk is not advisable.
It is essential to remove the entire tick, including both the head and mouth parts. If left alone, they can still transmit disease to your dog and result in a painful skin infection. If you are unsure if the tick has been completely removed, including its head, use a pet-safe marker to mark the area and bring your dog to a veterinarian for examination.
If you have any worries during the process, contact your vet. They might suggest bringing your dog in for tick removal or providing more detailed guidance on how to do it yourself.
If the tick is stuck in the ear canal, do not try to take it out on your own. Your veterinarian should be the one to take it out in that scenario to prevent severe injury to your dog.