Pets & Animals Infographics



Is Your Best Friend In Pain?

Just like people, every dog responds to discomfort differently. Some hide their pain instinctively, even beneath the daily strain of severe conditions. Others cry or limp when X-rays or physical exams reveal only mild maladies. Learn more about pain in dogs within this infographic.

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50 Fish Species of North America – The A to Z of Local Fish

Are you ready to go fishing? This comprehensive list by AlansFactoryOutlet.com covers all different kinds of fish from North America, all the way from the humble catfish to the rare golden trout to the beautiful giant Oarfish. Not only does this infographic include detailed designs of each fish, but it also shows the length, location, and status of the fish. Read on to learn more about all of the fish species across North America.

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Dog Psychology: In the Minds of Mutts

They’re our best friends. But how much do we really know about dog psychology? This infographic from King University Online-RN to BSN reveals why your dog exhibits all those quirky, cutesy behaviors.

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Rottweiler Dog Breed Guide

The Rottweiler is one of the strongest large dogs in the world. A Rottweiler does have a scary look. However, behind that angry face, there is an adorable puppy that’s always trying to please his owner.  Rottweilers are not aggressive by nature. They are affectionate just like many other dog breeds. They do have an unmatched strength, with strong jaws and sharp teeth, but they also have a great heart and appreciation for the humans.

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32 of the Most Bizarre Deep-Sea Creatures Discovered

Some deep-sea creatures may seem too bizarre to exist, but they do. Take the “Flying spaghetti monster,” or the Goblin shark, for example. These newly-discovered creatures live thousands of feet below the surface, and are unlike anything discovered before. Consider that the deepest known part of the ocean is nearly as far below the surface as an airplane’s cruising altitude is above the surface – and that animals live down there.

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Cat Friendly Feline Safe Apartments

Cats are pretty self-sufficient critters, but they can still use a little help in staying safe — and you can probably use a little help in saving time and money on repairs. In this infographic, ForRent.com discusses some ideas on how to create a safe and cozy apartment for you and your tabby.

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Pit Bulls Aren’t A Public Health Threat & Here’s Why

There is a large number of people that feel like pit bulls are to blame for all dog attacks, but the statistics just don't bear that out. Learn more about pit bulls and why they are not a public health threat within this infographic from Online Masters In Public...

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Your Day VS Your Pets’ Day

Ever wondered what your pets are up to all day while you’re out at work? What are they thinking? What are they doing? Do they miss you? Well, wonder no more, because Vibrant Doors has the answers and have created the following infographic on the subject.

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Which Cat Breed is Best for My Apartment?

Cats make great pets for apartment dwellers. When compared to dogs, they’re typically less maintenance, are more self-sufficient, and require less training. However, all cat breeds are not created equal. There is of course a pet’s individual personality, but there are also overarching trends by the cat’s breed. The goal is to choose a cat breed that matches your lifestyle, personal preferences, and apartment.

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Apartment Dogs: Choosing the Best Breed

In choosing the best dog breed for your apartment, there are many factors to consider. Of course, you should choose a dog that matches your personality and activity interests, but there are factors specific to apartment life that can help you determine if the dog breed will match your lifestyle.

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36 Extinct Animals Lost to History Due to Human Activity

Animals have lived peacefully on this Earth for thousands of years, but that peace has been disrupted by the greed of humanity as we destroy generations of wildlife and use their homes for our own gain. This infographic takes a look at some of the magnificent animals that have been lost to history, and makes us wonder what could have been.

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How 34 Different Animals Survive Through the Winter

As you hustle through the bitter cold and dark to your car after a long day of work, do you ever wonder how animals survive in the winter? It is common knowledge that many species of birds migrate thousands of miles to warmer climates, but did you know that some butterflies and whales also embark on epic journeys to escape the freeze?

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The Official Mammals of the United States

Each state in the United States represents not only its people, but its animals as well. Explore this infographic by Alan’s Factory Outlet as it introduces you to the mammals that call the United States home, from the obvious choices like the Texas Longhorn to the less obvious choices such as the Great Dane representing the state of Pennsylvania.

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Why is the Internet Obsessed With Cats?

Cat obsession isn’t something new. Thousands of years ago, cats were worshipped by Egyptians and since then we’ve used our furry friends for everything from catching rodents on long ocean voyages to simple companionship. It’s no wonder that cats are America’s favorite pet with 74 million living in our homes. The following infographic looks at why people so obsessed with cats.

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