Category: Pets & Animals Infographics
Are you crazy for canines? Can’t get enough cuddles from your pooch? Is “Must Love Dogs” your go-to DVD rentals on Saturday night? You’re not alone if you’re more than mildly-gaga for your pup. In fact, it appears America is land of the free, home of the brave…and apparent lover of man’s best friend! The following infographic provides some fun facts about those lovable canines.
As the internet has become more popular and more accessible for the majority of the population, more and more people have been using it as a way to document the unique characteristics and personalities of their pets. The following infographic highlights some of the Internet’s most popular pets in recent history, including Grumpy Cat, Boo the dog, Eddie the sea otter, and a handful of other famous animals we have come to know and love.
It’s easy to see why so many people love birds. They come in so many different sizes, shapes, and colors and they make wonderful pets. The greatest thing about birds is that each one is unique and special in its own way. Some are brilliantly colored; others are celebrated for their beautiful songs. Birds can be carefree and fun loving or they can be powerful and majestic. 1800PetSupplies.com decided to celebrate the diversity of birds by creating this fun chart on a few of the more exotic birds of the world.
A martini glass, a taco, and even a Batdog! TheDogTrainingSecret.com presents 11 fun DIY Halloween costumes perfect to fit any dogs personality, and very easy to create. With any of these costume ideas, your canine is guaranteed to be the life of the party and the talk of the town this Halloween.
Humanity’s relationship with cats goes back thousands of years. But why have we cultivated a link with these seemingly aloof and independent animals? Because they are awesome, that’s why! Covered Mag takes a closer look at the bond between humans and cats in this infographic, which will hopefully shed some light on the matter.
Did you know that some bears can sleep during five to seven months during one year? Their hearts beat slowly and they only wake up for short periods of time. But they are not the only animals to do this. The following infographic looks at everything you ever wanted to know about hibernation.
This infographic contains some cool facts about 26 types of dinosaurs, all alphabetically arranged from A to Z. Discover where these creatures lived, when they were alive and about features like their height, length and weight.
Dog skin problems are very common. This infographic from will help you understand what might be the problem with you dog, and more specifically what the problem is with their skin.
For some dogs, no amount of training will convince them not to attack when they feel threatened. Here are some statistics on dog biting that will shock you!
DogHQ presents the following infographic that provides everything you ever wanted to know about the Rottweiler canine breed, which highlights Rottweiler breed facts and trivia.
The UK is known for it’s love of pets, but sometimes our furry friends can seriously damage our homes. Chewed and scratched furniture can cost hundreds to replace, so home insurance is a must for pet owners. This infographic from MoneySupermarket also has some simple suggestions to limit the damage your animals can do to household items.
MySocialPetwork recently commissioned the UK’s first ever pet census! More than 1,100 pet owners were questioned to reveal ownership habits and the lengths that we will go to for our furry (and not so furry) friends. This infographic rounds up the fascinating results over four sections: Man’s Best Friend, Petworking, Social Life of Pets and Pet Ownership.
The internet LOVES cats. If you don’t know who Grumpy Cat is then you have clearly been living under a rock. The internet is full of funny felines and we seem to love all of them. Check out this infographic to learn about why we love cats so much.
Pit bulls are typically known for being a dangerous breed of dog, but is this really true? This infographic presented by National Geographic takes a look at the pit bull breed and how they aren’t as dangerous as many people think.