To protect your cats and dogs from ticks:
check your pet regularly for these parasites
apply FRONTLINE Plus monthly
avoid tick breeding grounds like tall grass and brush when you are out on walks
Once dead, most ticks will drop off naturally. If they don’t, try removing them with a gentle pull – preferably with tweezers. If the tick doesn’t come out, don’t pull harder as the mouthparts
may be left in the skin, leading to infection. Instead take your pet to the vet.