Pets & Animals Infographics



How to Understand Dog Body Language

How to understand your dog body language? Dogs can not talk like humans and therefore if you can understand dog body language then count yourself so lucky. This will enable you to relate well to your dogs. The following Infographic from iHomePet.com will look at 23 dog body languages that you should know about.

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The Most Expensive Dog Breeds

What are the most expensive dog breeds? How much do they cost, and what are their main characteristics? What was the price of the most expensive dog ever purchased? Check out this infographic from PriceCapsule to find the answers to all these questions and more.

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What To Look For When Buying Food For a Shih Tzu

Are you ready to start your shih tzu on a new diet and don’t know where to start? This infographic from ShihTzuExpert.com will help you easily navigate the many key factors in food and diet decisions when looking for the best dog food for Shih Tzu.

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Bees, Hornets, and Wasps of the World

Take a look at the types of bees, hornets, and wasps there are throughout the world, and remember to think before you swat! Honeybee populations are dying every year. This infographic includes whether or not populations are honey producers, pollinators, docile or endangered. Let’s work to keep local populations buzzing.

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How Do Animals Sleep?

How exactly do our favorite animals get their forty winks? Take a look at this quirky infographic from Happy Beds to find out how even the biggest of mammals makes time for sleep.

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How To Move With Your Dog

Moving can be incredibly stressful, especially on the day when the movers arrive and the house is put into utter chaos. Well if you think this is stressful, imagine what it’s like for your dog – random people trampling through the house, moving all of your things without your permission and having to get out of their way all of the time. What a nightmare!

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Napping With Cats

Snuggling up with your feline friend is the choice of many cat owners. It can be calming, release stress, and promote bonding with your cat. Unfortunately, sharing your bed with a cat isn’t always conducive to getting a good night’s sleep. This is because cats tend to be nocturnal, which can lead to some pretty irritating behaviors. Which cat owner hasn’t been woken up by a cat pummeling their chest or nibbling on their toes?

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What Animal Is In My Attic?

Do you hear noises in your attic? Scratching, thumping, and scurrying about? Do you want to get rid of the critters safely and effectively? Are you worried about what kind of damage the animal might cause? First you’ll need to know what kind of animal is living in your attic. Each animal is very different, and requires a different approach to removal.

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Pet Shelters Need Your Support

Have you ever wondered how many pets are rescued and re-homed each year? The answer might just shock you. Millions of pets are lost or surrendered each year, and despite the best efforts of pet centers very few are ever re-united with their owners. Pet relocation firm PBS Pet Travel has put together the following infographic, which reveals the shocking pet re-homing statistics you might not know, together with advice on what you can do to assist your local pet rescue center.

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Plants That Are Poisonous to Dogs

We all know what dogs are like when they get excited on a long walk and end up rummaging around and get filthy; but did you know that out in the countryside there are far worse things for your dog than some mucky paws. The team at Conservatory Land have collated some of these plants, and created a helpful guide which helps you identify them.

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45 Beautiful Horse Breeds

Horses have be long known as good friends for humans. They’ve accompanied us for thousands of years by now in traveling, farming, war, transportation, sports, and recreation. There are known over 350 different breeds that include both horses and ponies. This illustration by AlansFactoryOutlet.com includes only 45, and they are all beautiful.

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The Best Dog Breeds for Apartments

Apartment living doesn’t mean you have to turn into a cat person. Dog lovers can be quite at home in apartments as long as you choose a pet whose temperament matches the space. Here is a list compiled by ForRent.com of the best dog breeds for people who live in apartments.

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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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