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Tick Nipper Tick Remover for People and Pets

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Tick Nipper Tick Remover for People and Pets

$4.19

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Product Summary:

The Tick Nipper

Ticks pose a serious health risk to our families and pets. Anyone who spends time outdoors can suddenly find a tick on themselves or their pet. The Tick Nipper is the easiest and safest way to remove ticks fast. Better than tweezers or other tick removers, it's so small it fits easily in your pocket and have it handy wherever you may need it. The jaws slide underneath the tick without squeezing it. A tiny gap between the jaws lets you yoke the tick without cutting it as you pull it out. Bowl-shaped jaws cradle the tick during and after removal. Includes magnifying lens to confirm removal.

Features:

  • Safe, easy, and fast removal of ticks
  • You never touch the tick
  • Small size travels with you in a pocket
Item Specifications:

Size:
4½" long

Item Number Model Number UPC
101902 Tick Nipper 733073000010

Product Reviews by Customers

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Sadly, we had ticks.
MARGARET D on Jul 11, 2017
I have had one of these for a number of years and I lost it. I have used it on three english Springer Spaniels and it is excellent for painlessly grabbing and removing ticks in long belly hair and aw feathers.
Sanford B on Aug 10, 2016
Sadly, we had ticks.
MARGARET D on Jul 11, 2017
Ticks are a problem where I live--hoping this will make removal easier/safer...
Elizabeth H on Apr 10, 2017
I have had one of these for a number of years and I lost it. I have used it on three english Springer Spaniels and it is excellent for painlessly grabbing and removing ticks in long belly hair and aw feathers.
Sanford B on Aug 10, 2016
It's tick season, I've never seen a tool like this so I thought I would try it.
Cynthia H on May 23, 2016
I have no idea if these will work well or not but it is that time of year again and how can you go wrong at this price?? We shall see. . .
Tamara M on Apr 29, 2016
Interesting tool! Getting ready for warmer temps and ticks.
Diane J on Mar 13, 2016
The best tick remover we've used. I've recommended this product to friends. Definitely a must have if you have pets.
KATHLEEN E on Dec 12, 2014
We moved to Pennsylvania in an area that has ticks and as Tippy is allowed to roam a portion of our 13 acres, he is exposed. A good tool for anyone with pets.
RUTH S on Sep 27, 2014
Inexpensive, looks easy to use and sounds better than tweezers.
CHELSEA J on May 19, 2014
They work and my family wants one so I'm buying one for my daughter and one for my niece and another for me
Bridget T on May 1, 2014
many dear in our area. last bite was on person mommy. removal semmi successful. required doctor visit. hoping these will do the trick on those ticks.
PAULA F J on Apr 5, 2014
I've tried everything to remove ticks. This works OK. I am sure there is something better out there. Gripping this is difficult, but it gets the job done for the price.
HELEN Y on Mar 11, 2014
that season is comming again.
SHARON M on Feb 15, 2014
Ticks are a problem where I live--hoping this will make removal easier/safer...
Elizabeth H on Apr 10, 2017
It's tick season, I've never seen a tool like this so I thought I would try it.
Cynthia H on May 23, 2016
Does get the head of the tick out?
A shopper on May 7, 2017
BEST ANSWER: If you follow the instructions printed on the display card, the head (or the mouth parts, actually) will be removed as you remove the tick. The trick is to keep light downward pressure to the Tick Nipper's jaws as you gently close them. This keeps the jaws in contact with the surrounding skin so that they close below the tick's head and grip the mouth parts---closing the jaws on the tick's body (rather than the mouth parts) will result in the tick's innards being injected into the wound and/or beneath the victim's skin. This is un-good. Once you have the jaws in place, apply gentle upward pressure until the mouth parts release their grip on the affected area. After you lift the tick out of the wound and safely dispose of it, use the magnifying lens to check the affected area. Ensure that all parts of the tick have been removed. Apply a drop of hydrogen peroxide to the wound, then finish the job by wiping the area with isopropanol.