I'll have to subscribe to this thread as I'm curious too.. Major gets plenty of them, and it takes a good five minutes to get most of them off.
Also, dogs can get them as well.. although it's not nearly as common. Just recently, my 5lb Papillon had to get a larvae removed from her leg as she somehow managed to get an egg laid on her and we never noticed so we couldn't get it off in time. We originally thought it was a bug bite, but after asking around online, I found out what it was and we got her to the vet.
Forever loved, never forgotten; my beautiful Indie. <3 Hoofprints on my heart.