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    • April 16, 2017 1:04 PM CDT
    • Waivers

      Do any of you have/use waivers for tick removal?

      Yes we all know how to remove ticks but what if the owners come back on you for a vet bill because they think you didn't get the head or they remove one after you have and they don't get the head but cannot prove who removed the tick.

    • April 16, 2017 1:33 PM CDT
    • Waivers

      I generally don't remove the tick. I usually just spray it with a flea/tick spray and let that do it's job. I tell the owners that I did not and do not remove them and that the tick is dead or dying and will fall off on it's own.  I explain that often times you can end up with an open wound where it was attached. I then smile, chuckle, and tell them that blood and open wounds never look good after a grooming.

      So far it's worked out well that way.

       

      Barb

       

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