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By seadrick - / Saturday 6 June 2015 16:19 / Canada - Granville Ferry
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By  kshark350  |  11

Make sure you get them all... You should put them in a bag and send them to get analyzed to see if they carry Lyme's Disease. In Alberta, you an send them in through the local Veterinarian. Keep a watch on the areas that they bit... Watch out for any "bullseyes" developing on your skin. My cousin is very active outdoors and got Lyme's disease from a tick... Took them over a year to diagnose it properly so that he could get treatment! :S

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By  alexlots  |  20

Ew that sucks

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  thawny_fml  |  21

Fun story: One time while camping my dad got up early morning to go pee. The tree he stood under dropped 253 ticks onto his back. We counted them. It was hilarious.

By  Steffi3  |  40

Ugh, nasty creatures.. Make sure you remove them all should they bite, and to keep an eye out for any diseases they may carry

By  kshark350  |  11

Make sure you get them all... You should put them in a bag and send them to get analyzed to see if they carry Lyme's Disease. In Alberta, you an send them in through the local Veterinarian. Keep a watch on the areas that they bit... Watch out for any "bullseyes" developing on your skin. My cousin is very active outdoors and got Lyme's disease from a tick... Took them over a year to diagnose it properly so that he could get treatment! :S

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  amanda182  |  19

...deers go into the woods. And I've had little "deer ticks" get on me from in the woods. So I'm not exactly sure what you mean by "they don't carry Lyme disease" because yes, they actually do.

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