Believe it or not, one of the nations’s most commonly reported health problems are dog bites. Amongst the estimated 70 million dogs living in households across the nation, millions of people, mainly children, have fallen victim these easily preventable happenings. This is why National Dog Bite Awareness is so important. National Dog Bite Awareness week is a national campaign set fourth with a mission to increase pet ownership responsibility and inform safety tips.
Although fall can be an exciting and welcomed time of year for most people, it can also be a riskier time of year for dogs. During the fall season, most dogs will have to deal with changes in the weather, meeting unfamiliar people visiting during the holidays, and more opportunities to eat potentially harmful foods. As such, it’s important to be proactive in working to keep your dog safe this fall.
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.
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.
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.
How did the majestic grey wolf transform into the Pug? If all dogs descended from wolves, why do dogs have different shaped skulls to wolves? This infographic from Invisible Fence explains how – along with the functions different breeds originally served, and ownership data from the last century.
It’s a pretty well known fact that owning a dog (as well as other pets) can greatly improve our lives. TheDogTrainingSecret.com has taken a moment and compiled a list of all the reasons they feel it’s beneficial to own a dog. Happiness, health, and longevity are just a few of the benefits.
Crufts is now the largest dog show in the world. But how did it all begin? This infographic, created by Vet Medic, has some of the facts and figures about this amazing show.
Dogs are often considered “man’s best friend,” but what happens when these furry companions became ferocious foes? Every day, individuals fall victim to debilitating and unprovoked dog attacks. Even seemingly minor dog bites can cause serious complications or fatalities. There are 4.7 million people bitten by dogs each year, with 800,000 Americans that seek medical attention for dog bites each year. Learn more about dog biting statistics in this infographic by My Philadelphia Injury Lawyer.
Are your dog’s meals, treats, and table manners working together for healthy teeth? Canine oral hygiene should be a major concern for you, your furry friend. Get the information you need by checking out this infographic by Island Trees Veterinary Hospital on doggie dentistry.
This infographic, published by Heartlandvetsupply.com, provides step-by-step instructions on what, when, how, and where to vaccinate your kitten or puppy. It includes schedules of vaccines needed for pet up to 20 weeks as well as detailed pictures of how to prepare syringe and where to inject in animal.
Did you know that 40% of dog owners hang Christmas stocking for their dogs? Or how about the fact that one third of dog owners admit that the dog goes along on the family vacations? These and other fun facts about our canine friends included in this infographic.