Q. My dog has so many ticks and are now walking around the yard. I have picked up so many of them, the small many-legged ones and the big grey round ones

A. You can prevent ticks from biting your dog by applying a topical flea and tick preventative. Several examples of these are frontline, advantix, and vectra.

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