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I do not think you need to worry,the blood is from your dog and it is mixed with an anti coagulant the ticks produce to keep the blood flowing so the tick can feed on the blood. The danger with ticks is they can transfer illness to your dog so the best you can do now is to keep an eye on your dog to see if there is swelling around the bite area,and to keep ...


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First of all: don't worry. The constant eye contact etc. Is just some instinctive reaction, as the dog most likely isn't sure on why the whole thing happened. As mentioned in the other reply, stay calm and continue as usual. As soon as the dog realizes it's no longer happening this should change again. Next time, try to be a bit more careful and "worst ...


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Yes animals remember negative experiences more than positive ones. Mine does. However they also have a great capacity for love, affection and dogs especially love human companionship. Your dog may remember or not remember. There really isn't anything you can do to change that except be kind and remain normal with his with routines, play time, feeding time ...


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