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For prevention of Lyme disease and co-infections through ticks: Walk in the middle of trails. Avoid sitting on logs and leaning on trees. Wear a hat, tuck in hair if possible. Wear a long-sleeved shirt fitted at the wrist. Wear shoes, no bare feet or sandals. Wear long pants tucked into high socks. Consider DEET for skin and permethrin for clothes. Do tick checks immediately and then again 3 days after outdoor activity. Taking a shower reduces chances of missed ticks as they often travel to warm protected areas of the body. If you find a tick, remove it carefully and save it. Ask your vet about protection for your companion animals.