Since there's a section for flea/tick control for cats, what about dogs?
Pets and Animals → Cats and Cat Breeds → Flea and Tick Control for Cats
Sounds a good idea however realistically would you foresee it being worthwhile in terms of content submitted?
What about a veterinary issues section which could cover Flea and Tick Control for other animals too (as well as other conditions)
I only suggest, as there is one for Cats. What makes cats more susceptible to hubs written about fleas over dogs?
There is a health category for dogs. Why not add fleas/ticks in that category?
I think there should be more similarities between the cat and dog categories.
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