|Keyword||CPC||PCC||Volume||Score||Length of keyword|
|ticks on dogs||0.63||0.4||5223||12|
|ticks on humans||0.82||0.9||484||32|
|ticks to datetime||0.03||0.4||4377||62|
|ticks to seconds||0.55||0.2||7399||8|
|ticks on cats||1.79||0.3||2942||54|
|ticks in michigan||0.19||0.7||4942||67|
|ticks in florida||1.52||0.1||3777||87|
|ticks on humans body||0.91||0.5||19||33|
|tickster logga in||0.07||0.2||2349||76|
|ticks and tick-borne diseases||1.49||0.7||1844||55|
Dog Ticks. According to WRAL, the most dangerous tick is the dog tick. It is main carrier of Rocky Mountain spotted fever. This disease can cause a fever and achy muscles. A few days after onset, a spotted rash will appear on the ankles and wrists.Why are ticks attracted to humans?
Ticks are attracted to areas where the ground is covered with high grass, weeds, fallen leaves and other plant litter because they thrive in areas close to the ground with high humidity. Ticks seek these areas because they provide protection against the harsh, drying impact of the sun and wind, according to Stop Ticks on People.