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Lyme disease can cause serious illness in dogs, cats, and humans, and is more prevalent in some parts of the United States. Find out where Lyme disease risk is the highest.
Cats can get Lyme disease just like dogs can, though it is less common. Find out how to protect your cat.
Lyme disease is a serious tick-borne illness that can affect both pets and people. Learn about prevention and treatment for Lyme disease.
Lyme disease can result in symptoms like lameness, fever, depression, and more. Find out how to spot and treat Lyme in dogs.
Can Lyme disease be transferred from pets to humans? Find out how to protect your family from this scary tick-borne disease.
Deer ticks can cause several debilitating diseases, and they're some of the most common ticks in the country. Find out what diseases they cause and how to prevent tick bites.
While Lyme’s disease is the most well known of the tick-borne illnesses, ticks can also carry other diseases that may cause harm to you or your pet.
You don't have to wait for your dog to have arthritis to tackle it. Give your dog the best chance of staying active and pain-free by starting preventative measures now.
Did you know that all 48 connected states have some kind of tick crawling around? Find out which ticks are in your area--and which diseases they carry.
Ticks are arachnids that bite animals and feed of their blood, spreading diseases as they go. Learn how to avoid ticks.
Veterinarians spend years and years in school, being specifically trained to use proper medical jargon. However, that really doesn't go over well when speaking to your average pet parent. So here are some confusing phrases you may hear your vet say, and what they really mean.
Ticks aren't always top of mind for pet parents, but PetCareRx's Tickitude Survey reveals that the majority of US pet parents are worried about Lyme disease, a serious disease that ticks pass to dogs, cats, and humans.
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