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All you need to know about paralysis ticks

Paralysis ticks (Ixodes holocyclus) are found along the entire east coast of Australia and thrive in hot weather. They are most active from August to February.

Why are they a danger to my pet?

Female adult paralysis ticks inject a neurotoxin into host animals, as they feed

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