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Tick Pictures on Dogs and Humans

Close up - A tick in the ear of a dog.

Dog tick sucking the inside of a dog's ear

Close up - Four fat blood-filled ticks of varying sizes being held in a persons hand.

Ticks that spent a day or more sucking the blood of a dog before being removed

Close up - A tick with a piece of skin in its mouth. A tick with a piece of skin in its mouth walking across a persons finger.

Dog tick right after it was pulled off the dog’s ear. Notice the chunk of dog's skin which is still in the tick’s mouth.

Two ticks are walking across a person's fingers.

Dog ticks

Two ticks are crawling on a persons skin.

Dog ticks crawling on human skin

Two ticks are standing on a persons hand. One is fat and full of blood.

Top: Dog tick full of blood after it has been sucking for a few days. Bottom: Dog tick with an empty belly.

Close up - A fat, blood-filled tick is standing on a persons hand. There is a piece of skin in its mouth.

Close-up shot of the almost-full dog tick. Notice the skin is still in its mouth after it was pulled off the dog.

A finger is pointing to a tiny tick on a persons skin.

Ixodes pacificus (Western black-legged tick) sometimes called Lyme ticks

A finger is pointing to a fat, blood-filled tick that is on a table.

Tick taken off of a dog in BC, Canada—ticks numb the skin and then drink and grow a big blood belly.