Tick Remover - World's Simplest Tick Remover by Ticked Off
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- The ticked off tick remover is safe, effective and easy-to-use
- A specially designed notch grabs the tick at skin level and removes it completely in one motion
- Bowl-shaped end securely contains the tick for easy disposal
- Helps reduce risk of disease; veterinarian and physician endorsed
- Measures 6-inch length by 4-inch width by 1-inch height; available in white color
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The ticked off tick remover is safe, effective and easy-to-use. A specially designed notch grabs the tick at skin level and removes it completely in one motion. Bowl-shaped end securely contains the tick for easy disposal. Helps reduce risk of disease. Veterinarian and physician endorsed. Available in white color. Ideal for pet lovers, groomers, campers, sportsmen, hunters, fishermen, hikers, etc. Removes crawling or attached ticks. Simple and easy to use, no guesswork. Independently university lab tested. Physician and veterinarian endorsed. Helps reduce risk of diseases. No human contact with tick. For people and animals. Measures 6-inch length by 4-inch width by 1-inch height.
Size: 1 Pack | Color: White
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Top Customer Reviews
I'll keep looking and I'll expect to pay more for the right tool. Sadly, this little plastic spoon isn't the right tool.
** Edit: we used the product quite a number of times now and my impression of it is no better. Again it's my patient wife who has the better luck using it. The method we employ is that I hold the squirming, snarling, hissing cat as she presses the tool firmly into the skin in an effort to get under the tick and tease it out of the cat's skin. The cats hate it, I hate it, my wife doesn't really enjoy it, and more often then not, the head is left deeply buried in the cat's skin. With all our experience I'd still say this tool is about an 80% failure.
However! We recently bought a Trix Ticklasoo. What a difference! It's a tool with a little noose on the end you engage syringe style. You gently slip it around the body of the offending insect, slowly allow it to tighten around the neck, and the tick backs out. The process does not hurt the cat (no hissing, growling or struggling) and so far, we're 100% at getting the ticks out head and all. We still haven't tried it on a tick that's deeply buried in the cat's skin so I haven't reviewed it yet, but at this point it looks like I'll give it five stars. I may offer an update here as well once we have a bit more experience. It's a well engineered product and a far cry better than the little notched plastic spoons.
I lived in an area with tons of ticks and my dogs were always getting them. It was disgusting to try and pick them off by hand, and using tweasers was gross because it squeezes the tick and leaves the head half the time. Then the whole match thing never worked for me either.
I found this tick remover at the counter of a pet store- took it home to test it out- and voila! Works great. I've had no problems, and it works effortlessly every time for me. Just have to "scoop" the tick and the tool actually lifts the tick out (the whole tick! no head left behind). Once you get the right scoop technique it will never fail you.
Such a stupid idea really, it's basically a teaspoon with a notch cut out, but I couldn't live without it!
(& p.s. I have a Siberian Husky with super long hair, and a Great Dane with short hair - so it works great on everyone).