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Posted by Joe on 0:21:37 6/9/2015 from 73.195.230.172:

Hi John,I hope all is well. We're over here in Turnersville where it's been hot and dry until recently.We have 2 dogs which we treat with tick preventative. I think the way that stuff works is that when a tick gets on the dog and then goes to feed on the dog,the stuff repels the ticks and then they get off the animal. I have found a couple of ticks on myself and also on my sons a couple times. I also witnessed a couple crawling on my floor. Do you think they have set up shop in my house or do you think they are coming from the outside and being brought in by the dogs? If they were to get in, could they survive and reproduce on a long term basis? Any info would be helpful. Thanks John



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