[New Product] TickSee Tick Removal Kit

TickSee Tick Removal Kit

Ticks aren’t just creepy. They pose a serious health threat to both people and pets. These little bloodsuckers carry serious diseases and their stealthy approach to getting under your skin allows them to often go unnoticed until the damage is done. What’s worse is that you can actually increase the danger of infection with improper tick removal. A common reaction to finding a tick on yourself or on your pet is to try to yank it out by pinching it with your fingers or using tweezers. This can actually cause the tick to vomit its own stomach contents back into the host, i.e. you or your pet. This is when infection with tick-borne diseases may occur. Now there’s a fast, efficient and chemical-free way to easily slide ticks right out of your pet’s skin without squeezing or tweezing.

Dangers of improper tick removal

Tick prevention is, of course, the best way to be sure that your pet will not become infected with tick-borne diseases. Even with some types of oral flea and tick preventatives, the insect must first bite your pet before the active ingredients will kill the pest. If you should find a tick embedded in your pet’s skin, your first reaction may be to try to squeeze, pinch or dig it out. This is very dangerous. Not only could you force the contents of the tick’s body into your pet’s tissues as mentioned above, but the tick could also be broken into pieces, leaving remnants (including the biting head) stuck in your pet’s skin. These remnants themselves could harbor disease or cause skin rash and infection. The longer a tick is in the skin, the greater the risk of disease transmission. Diseases carried by ticks include:

  • Ehrlichiosis
  • Lyme Disease
  • Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever
  • Tularemia
  • Southern tick-associated rash illness (STARI)

TickSee Tick Removal Kit helps you take out the tick

Emergency tick removal is easy and safe with the TickSee Tick Removal Kit. Inside the kit, you’ll find the ingeniously simple TickKey tick removal device. This durable, anodized aluminum tick removal tool is all you need to safely and completely remove ticks from pets or people without using chemicals or tweezers.

How to remove a tick with TickKey

Simply place the widest part of the teardrop-shaped opening in the key over the tick’s body and slide it back away from your pet’s skin. The tapered portion of the key’s opening will grasp the tick by the neck, easing it out of the skin using natural leverage.

Also included in the TickSee Tick Removal Kit is the versatile Grip-On Hands-Free LED Flashlight, designed to clip or grip onto hat brims, fingers, round handles or fabric to allow for hands-free tick removal. The super bright white 3-bulb LED trio shines a concentrated beam of light right where you need it to help quickly and easily find the biting tick and ready the area for removal with the TickKey.
Buy the TickSee Tick Removal Kit at 1800PetMeds

Together, the TickKey and Grip-On Hands-Free LED Flashlight are all you need for safe, effective tick removal anytime, anywhere. The TickKey can be attached to a key ring or even to your pet’s collar, so it’s always available when you need it most. Both are lightweight, durable and waterproof, making them great to take along when hiking or fishing.

The TickSee Tick Removal Kit is the safest way to quickly and efficiently remove ticks and help diminish the chances of tick-borne disease transmission.

 

Buy the TickSee Tick Removal Kit at 1800PetMeds

 

 

Win a FREE TickSee Tick Removal Kit!

Would a TickSee Tick Removal Kit come in handy for you and your pet? Tell us about your tick removal troubles and you could win a FREE TickSee Tick Removal Kit from 1800PetMeds!

Just leave a comment below telling us why you and your pet need a TickSee Tick Removal Kit.

Two winners will be chosen at random on Wednesday, July 22, 2016, so everyone who participates has a chance to win! Good luck!

Congratulations to the winners of our random drawing, Shannon Vitvitsky and Karen Killen! 

 

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139 Comments

  1. Anything that would make this terrible job easier is a wonder in my book. I have had some bad experience with ticks. AWFUL!

  2. Ticks, oh how I hate them! I live in the Ozark Mountains and love to take hikes with my fur baby, Chrissy. After a great day of hiking, I brush my fur baby Chrissy the Dog there is a tick! Oh my gosh. it is so hard to get all the fur away from the tick area (I don’t want to pull out fur), tweezer ready, Chrissy moves and I have to start over. If I had the Ticksee the process would be so much easier, had-free tick removal with a light! Pick me so I can put the kit in the hiking bag for Chrissy the Dog and I.

  3. I have 2 dogs, they go into the same places and one seems to come out covered in ticks while the other one never gets any on her. They both have tick prevention medicine on them. But, the younger one is always the victim of the bite of the ticks. This would help out emensly.

  4. I have a yorkie and her hair can grow prety long. This time of year we find ticks on her more then we would like. 🙁 SHe would really benefit from this kit and I hope we can win it! Loved the post!

  5. we live in a rural area surrounded by large pine trees and brush. My dog and cats usually get a tick every month or so. they are SO GROSS! i would love this!

  6. Shannon VitvitskyJune 17, 2016 at 10:16 am · Reply

    We live right near a state park so there are woods surrounding my house. My black lab pit mix Rosie ius only 11 months old and I would hate for her to get a tick bite. I check her out all the time. We go for at least 4 walks a day.

  7. Our usual go to tool is tweezers. My dog is only 10 pounds, a squirmer, with black hair. She loves the outdoors and rolls in the grass…who got a tick. The tweezers did not make removal easy…help

  8. My little Opie is a wildman & loves to chase anything & everything – especially if it involves pulling me into the brush with him!
    Opie is a rat terrier & his instinct is to chase critters which can harbor ticks…I found one on him the other day!

  9. I would love to have something that would make it easier to remove ticks properly! This kit sounds great!

  10. I have 2 therapy dogs. When i first got one of them there was a huge tick on him. I made sure I looked up how to remove it. Unfortunately the head got left inside. There grew a lump and it finally got to be the size of a quarter. I feared he would be very sick so I took him into the vet. He had to go into surgery to remove the lump. They tested for cancer and other things and a got a clean bill of health. I was devastated until I heard the good news. It cost me over $200 which is 1/4 of my disability check. I sure could use a kit so the next time I don’t get the same results. My babies mean the world to me!

  11. My 2 yorkies would really benefit from this. We really have alot ticks around this year. My little boy yorkie suffers from trachae collapse so this would be one less thing to worry about.

  12. Anything to help my poor dogs with ticks.

  13. Stacey PremoshisJune 17, 2016 at 11:15 pm · Reply

    My dog has a tick and I’ve tried everything to get it. This might do the trick.

  14. Jessica StephensJune 17, 2016 at 11:53 pm · Reply

    We found a dog once that had a happy tick on it. We tried dish soap, tweezers…that thing wasn’t going anywhere. Eventually I really pulled at it with tweezers and accidentally pulled some skin with it! Oops 🙁 This kit would be great to have on hand!

  15. Have left body parts of ticks in various members of the family over the years. Scary stuff! Sounds like this little kit may be a Godsend to many! Nice job, whoever invented it!

  16. My dog and I need this awesome product because it looks like it works much better than what I use now. Ticks freak me out and that definitely does not help the situation.

  17. It is so hard to make sure you get the head of the tick. I always take more than I need to and pull hair and skin. My girl is not happy with this procedure!

  18. I really love 800 petmeds, and highly recommend them, much more affordable than a trip to the vet and they always provide good and useful information.

  19. Because plain and simple,i love my dog,his life matters!, I’ve never seen anything like the tick remover.thank you!

  20. We medicate Leela to prevent ticks but living in the country they seem to be relentless. It seems she still gets and occasional tick no matter what and I am always so worried that I will leave the head in. This would be so helpful. We also baby sit our neighbors dog occasionally and it seems the poor guy always has a few ticks I have to remove. Thanks for the chance

  21. Rebel needs a tick removal kit , because he is always in the Brianhead Utah mountains chasing after deer and hiking in the woods

  22. We live in the woods, where ticks are plentiful! Even with flea and tick products, our dogs still come indoors with tickets. This would be a wonderful tool to win!

  23. We haven’t had issues with ticks on our dogs, but our neighbor asked us to watch their dog and the moment I held her, I felt a tick. Come to find out there were 7 large ticks on the dog. I got them all out, but it took a while. This would have come in handy.

  24. My pet needs a TickSee Tick Removal Kit to survive summer in Florida.

  25. We would love to try TickSee. We’re always looking for products that are beneficial to helping our furry friends that we can share with others.

  26. We live in the country and although I use a tick preventative, they do manage to get through at times!! I hate those things!! Ticks are just terrible! I could use this when my two rescue girls do get a tick!

  27. We live in the country where there seems to be no shortage of ticks. Yes, my pups (two schnauzers Sara and Jasper) are treated, but that doesn’t seem to be enough to stop ticks from gnawing down on them. Heeeelp!!

  28. I’m moving to North Carolina and want to be prepared! My pup hasn’t have a tick yet, but we’ll be hiking a lot.

  29. I am a FSO for the US Goverment and I am living in Serbia. I have since moving here I found out that Serbia has a very big problem with tick. I have two Dachshonds I have to keep clean.

  30. It would be such a great tool for the battle against ticks. When I was a child I got very sick and my mom discovered I had a tick probably from the neighbor’s dog. Since then I’m so paranoid about ticks.

  31. We recently moved off the beach to a rural area, and ticks just seem to LOVE attaching themselves onto our two pit bulls. They go in the woods a lot (and we like to hike) and when we come back I usually find at least two ticks on each dog! They are easy to spot since they have short hair, but the TickSee Tick Removal Kit would be a great product to ensure the safety of our pets and making sure we remove the entire tick rather than just ripping it off.

  32. Yes it would come in handy for me! I hate ticks and sometimes my kitty boy goes outside. Evey time he comes in I check him all over for ticks, sometimes he has a tick and they are scary to remove, thank you for the chance!

  33. I have trouble removing ticks with my fingers, This kit would help alot. I Have a shepherd very thick hair,which makes it hard to remove the TICKS. Thank You

  34. Anything to keep my dog safer is something i need!

  35. Theresa KrakauskasJuly 2, 2016 at 8:02 pm · Reply

    This is the first year since I’ve lived here that I’ve actually seen a tick – on me. This would help if I see one on one of my dogs.

  36. Jennifer ButcherJuly 3, 2016 at 10:20 pm · Reply

    A Tick See tick removal kit would be a great plus to our first aide kit. Being a Girl Scout Leader and camping most of the summer, my 12 yr old pup would appreciate this!

  37. I have two dogs and they love to go on forest walks, Abby the chocolate lab also duck hunts, although I use a good preventative product they still do get a tick, by the time I find them they are usually dead due to the medication, but I still have to remove a dead tick. Penny my puggle particularly hates this procedure and won’t stay still. If this tool is a better alternative to tweezers I’m all for it! My dogs are precious to me and I never want to increase their chance of infection or disease!

  38. Melania ApostolidouJanuary 10, 2017 at 7:14 pm · Reply

    We leave in a woodsy area and my dog loves to get in touch with nature..lol
    Plus I am a pet owner newbie and never removed a tick before.
    We tried the K9 advantage but did not work as well for fleas for him. SO he is in a different preventative that only prevents fleas.
    Thank you!

  39. We leave in a woodsy area that we just moved. And my dog loves to get in touch with nature..lol
    Plus I am a newbie pet owner and never have removed a tick before.
    We tried the K9 advantix but did not work well on his fleas.
    He’s in a different preventative now that prevents only fleas.
    But I also shampoo him once in a while with a tick and flea shampoo.
    So I am crossing my fingers.
    Thank you!

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