Chiggers on Dogs

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Chiggers live in tall grasses, shrubs, and leaf litter. They can also be found in homes, especially in areas where there is clutter or moisture.

Chiggers bite

Chiggers attach to the skin and inject a venom that dissolves the skin cells. They then suck the blood that oozes out.

Symptoms 

Chiggers attach to the skin and inject a venom that dissolves the skin cells. They then suck the blood that oozes out.

Prevent 

There are a few things you can do to prevent chiggers from biting your dog:Keep your dog out of tall grasses, shrubs, and leaf litter.

Treat

 If your dog does get bitten by chiggers, there are a few things you can do to treat the bites:Wash the affected area with soap and water.

Identify 

 If you think your dog has been bitten by chiggers, you can look for the following signs:Red, itchy bumps,Small, red blisters.

Conclusion

 Chiggers can be a nuisance for dogs, but they can be prevented and treated. By following the tips in this Web Story, you can help keep your dog safe from chiggers.

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