Pets & Animals Infographics



How to Survive an Animal Attack by North America’s Primary Predators

Nature is a fantastic place to unwind and escape the daily grind. However, it’s important to be mindful that the great outdoors can be unpredictable and dangerous for the unprepared. Animal encounters are most often harmless, but it is important to know what to do should you find yourself in such a situation. This guide arms you with knowledge on how to handle crossing paths with a black bear, grizzly bear, cougar, wolf, or alligator.

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Garlic for Dogs: Poison or Medicine?

There are lots of toxic food and poisonous plants in the world that may harm your dogs. Among them, garlic has been long debated to be poison or medicine. Garlic actually contains very healthy ingredients, such as: Inulin, amino acid, vitamin and minerals. On the other hand, it also contains a toxic chemical property called N-propyl di-sulfide that may damage dogs’ hemoglobin.

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A Lake District Winter Birdwatching Guide

Many of visitors to Craig Manor are either casual birders or occasionally serious twitches. So, they have put together the following visual guide to some of the best bird-watching spots in the Lake District.

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Ultimate Protection from Bees and Wasps

Bees and wasps are common intruders to our homes and can be quite the devil. Both bees and wasps can and will sting anyone and anything that comes their way. With children and pets around one must take bee hive removal precautions. Any DIY method can result in fatal injuries and you spending more money than you expected on hospital bills.

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Bugs That Have Invaded North America

Here is a collection put together by Alan’s Factory Outlet of 24 insect species that have been introduced to North America throughout history and the impact that have had on the climate.

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The 29 Benefits Of Coconut Oil For Dogs

Have you ever held a conversation with another dog owner that just wouldn’t give up talking to you about the benefits of coconut oil for dogs? As annoying as that may have seemed to you at the time, they may very well have a strong point in their recommendation. Research and real-life documented cases have shown time and time again that coconut oil can be an incredible ingredient when it comes to our dogs’ health and well-being.

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Ultimate Winter Dog Care

Like other pets, dogs needed extra care for the winter season. If you don’t care your dog properly, your dog may suffer. From habitation to food to water, and every other aspect, the following infographic from PresidentPet serves as an ultimate guide to winter dog care.

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African Black Rhino: Some Eye-Opening Facts

What comes to mind when you think of a rhino? A large, bad tempered prehistoric looking creature? To some point that might be true, especially considering rhinos have wandered the earth for over 50 million years, and yet the rhinos we see today are vastly different to those prehistoric beasts. They have evolved, lived for some time, faded into extinction, and recently been the target of human greed and a commercial demand for poaching.

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Rip Roaring Facts About The African Lion

Commonly referred to as the king of the jungle, Lions combine beauty with strength, and this makes them one of the most majestic animals in the world. The combination of brains and brawn means that they’re experts when it comes to raising their families, marking their territories, hunting and socializing. However, despite their commanding presence, Lions are considered to be vulnerable due to hunting, habitat loss and diseases.

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Pet Holiday Safety Tips

Orvis has created an infographic featuring several holiday safety tips with pets in mind. These helpful precautions can help assure a safe and happy holiday season for all members of your family – especially the furry ones – and I think your audience will find these reminders very valuable during such a hectic time of year.

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Wild and Whimsical: Play in the Animal Kingdom

Just like little humans, many animal species instinctively engage in playful activities! Why? The prevailing theory is that play is preparation – as young animals play with each other and their environments, they naturally develop skills and instincts needed for survival. However, it goes beyond that. Many scientists have also observed that animals often play just for the joy of it!

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7 Household Chores That Can Be Done by Your Dog

Today dogs are becoming more intelligent all the time. You might be surprised to know that your dog can take care of some simple household chores for you, that is if you train your dog properly. This infographic from PresidentPet.com looks at the types of household chores your canine might be able to do.

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Pitching to Pet People

Whether you’re a dog person, a cat person, a bird person or a lizard person, it doesn’t really matter. Sure, each type of pet has its differences, but for marketers and marketing to pet owners, that’s only half the picture. The following infographic explains some of the differences between dog and cat owners as well as what unites both types of pet lovers.

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