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Tickitude Survey: Pet Parents' Concerns About Ticks on Pets

Pet Parents Like You Share Their Tick Fears

By June 27, 2013 | See Comments

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.

No one likes ticks on their pets, or on themselves, but did you know that 77% of US pet parents are worried about ticks this season?

They may well be, as ticks can carry diseases like Lyme disease, which has been found in all 48 contiguous states.

So just how do pet parents around the country feel about ticks? Take a look at these results from our recent "Tickitude" Survey, and download the Tickitude summary here.

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2013-10-26T15:14:56

they forgot 2 important wizards in the dog world. the Jack Russell terrier and the Dachshund. maybe the basset hound was mistaken for the Dachshund.?

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  • woolychick

    10/26/2013 3:14:56 PM

    they forgot 2 important wizards in the dog world. the Jack Russell terrier and the Dachshund. maybe the basset hound was mistaken for the Dachshund.?

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