Transcript

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Heiser’s boys from vets video series
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we’re just going to demonstrate how to
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remove a tick this little patience with
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the fidget so I’m gonna do this pretty
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quickly they’ve got a little bit of
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front line I like to kill ticks off
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before I tempt their removal it’s some
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people consider this to be a bad idea
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we’re just gonna hold this on there for
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a few minutes just to quiet and this
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tick down with some people considers to
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be a bad idea cuz a bit worried about
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regurgitation of the contents of the
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tick back into the patient and possible
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transfer of Lyme disease personally I’ve
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been doing this for 25 years I’ve never
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seen that happen but what I have seen
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happen is mouthparts get left behind so
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I like to kill the ticks first because
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if you kill tick first you tend to get
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mouth parts out much more successfully
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so I’m just going to hold that and set
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in place as then till the stick has
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calmed down a bit and frontline is very
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effective at doing that okay so we’re
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going to switch to removing the tick we
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got tickle mover in our hand here we
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slide that around the base to
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technically just take that out of the
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way
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we’ve got it we’ve got it wrapped right
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under the tick my up close the scheme
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I’m just gonna untwist it until it comes
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away okay so if we can zoom in you can
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just spoke make outtake mouth parts down
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there what makes a needle tip not easy
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to see this tick is no longer wriggling
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around as always if having watched this
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video you have any questions or if you
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encounter any difficulties performing
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the procedure then please phone or email
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surgery we’re here to personally help
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give you the very best advice and
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treatment possible feel much loved pet
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thanks for watching any feedback
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regarding this video will be very much
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appreciated
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you