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2017 National Tick Awareness Month Communication Material

March 1, 2017

Click to download the poster or social media posts and accompanying text. 
 


 
Social Media Post #1:
Facebook: 
Did you know that ticks are arachnids, relatives of spiders, mites and scorpions? They survive by biting animals and humans, and feeding on their blood. #TickTalk #TickAwareness #DogHealth
Twitter: Ticks survive by biting animals and humans and feeding on their blood. #TickTalk #DogHealth
 


 

Social Media Post #2:
Facebook: Ticks typically begin looking for a blood meal as soon as outdoor temperatures reach 4°C. In most parts of Canada, tick activity begins in early spring #TickTalk #TickAwareness #DogHealth
Twitter: In most parts of Canada, tick activity begins in early spring when temperatures reach 4°C. #TickTalk #TickAwareness

 
 
Social Media Post #3:
Facebook: Did you know that although ticks prefer to live in wooded areas,
they can also be found in cities because they’re carried by animals
they feed on? #TickTalk #TickAwareness #DogHealth
Twitter: Ticks are typically found in wooded areas, but they can also
be found in cities because they’re carried by animals they feed on!
#TickTalk #DogHealth

View the 2017 Tick Awareness Video here

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=177IXkA7iEM&feature=youtu.be