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.
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.
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.
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.
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!
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.
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.
We spend a lot of time grooming our pets but sometimes we neglect the most important aspects of their grooming regime, ensuring their sensitive areas, ears, eyes, nose and paws are clean and infection free. This handy guide walks you through the process of cleaning up your pups ears to ensure they are comfortable, happy and healthy all year round.
Have you ever stopped to think about the effect your pet is having on the planet? Just like us humans, our pets actually have a substantial impact on the environment and our planet’s carbon footprint. The difference, however, is that there is not a lot our pets can do to remedy this themselves but rather it’s our duty as pet owners to help them.
Through the centuries, dogs’ roles have shifted and expanded, making them an integral part of modern nations’ security plan. In the U.S., since the 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, the use of bomb-sniffing dogs to protect transportation hubs and other public venues has increased by more than 400%.