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Expert Advice - Stay safe from Ticks

June can be an excellent time get outside and enjoy a walk as the warmer weather takes hold, the winter and spring mud dries, and the countryside is full of beautiful trees, plants, birds and animals. We also know it is the time for brambles and stinging nettles to take on rampant growth and those pesky little ticks to emerge to seek out our exposed legs and arms and to attach themselves to our furry friends... so please take this opportunity to take a quick look at our Expert Advice article - Stay safe from ticks.