It's peak season for deer tick nymphs!!
Throughout the eastern and mid-western U.S., unless you're ready to
these tiny bloodsuckers off, it's more important than ever to protect yourself, your family ,and your pets , when venturing into tick habitat.
Late May to early August are when most cases of Lyme disease are contracted. Increased outdoor activity combined with the extremely hard-to-see, poppy-seed size nymphs makes tick bites and disease transmission more common during this time.