Pets & Animals Infographics

Natural Ways to Calm Your Dog

Natural Ways to Calm Your Dog

Similar to us humans, animals can also have their own responses when dealing with certain situations. Take for example dogs. Touted as the man’s best friend, dogs have been one of the few animals who managed to develop a friendly relation with humans. As a result, it can be hard to imagine a home that never experienced owning a pet dog. The following infographic will give you some of the proven and easy natural ways of how you can calm your dog.

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114 Dog Breeds Ranked by Temperament

114 Dog Breeds Ranked by Temperament

Since 1977, the American Temperament Test Society has been conducting a Temperament Test for dog breeds. The purpose of the test is to measure “stability, shyness, aggressiveness, and friendliness as well as the dog’s instinct for protectiveness towards its handler and/or self-preservation in the face of a threat.” The following infographic charts out 114 dog breeds ranked by temperament

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Environmental Enrichment Ideas for Poultry

Environmental Enrichment Ideas for Poultry

Environmental enrichment strategies are used to improve the physical and mental well-being of captive animals such as poultry, and is aimed at increasing opportunities for birds to engage in natural behaviors, and decreasing potentially harmful, abnormal behaviors, such as severe feather pecking. Learn more about this in the following infographic.

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The Buzz of the Mosquito

The Buzz of the Mosquito

Mosquitoes are an emerging threat. No matter how advanced we are in science and technology, no matter how close we get to Mars, the Sun or any other planet, we just cannot do away with these blood-sucking bugs! In this infographic, you will learn some of the vital facts about the world’s deadliest pest, the mosquito.

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The 6 Most Common Pests in Toronto

The 6 Most Common Pests in Toronto

There’s an influx of pests in Toronto during spring and summer months when the weather gets warmer. The following infographic looks at 6 of the most common pests in Toronto. Learn about the risks they pose to your health and how to keep them away.

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The Humanization of Pets

The Humanization of Pets

New products, services and changes in pet-owner behavior are opening up a plethora of opportunities in the pet segment, especially in the areas of pet health and wellness. For example, 9 in 10 dog and cat owners consider their pets “part of the family” — with nearly half of dog owners finding it harder to leave their pet than their human partners for a week.

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How to Survive an Animal Attack

How to Survive an Animal Attack

Many people love hiking and backpacking, but sometimes it can be dangerous. When meeting with a wild friend outdoors, it’s better to know what to do and what not to do, because everyone loves a good survival story. Here is an infographic, courtesy of Restless Backpacker, on how to react when encountering wild animals. 

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National Animals From Around the World

National Animals From Around the World

There are nearly 200 sovereign nations in the world today, and each one has chosen a National Animal that is representative of that respective nation’s habitats and biomes. Ready to learn about more national animals? Check out this infographic which highlights 47 National Animals from Around the World.

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How a Vet Treats Cruciate Ligament Tears in Dogs

How a Vet Treats Cruciate Ligament Tears in Dogs

The Cranial Cruciate Ligament (CCL) in dogs is one of the major ligaments that connect the upper leg bone to the lower leg bone. It allows the dog’s knee to bend properly. Typically, tears happen when there is continued stress on the ligament from walking or running, a burst of sudden force on the ligament or degradation due to age. In the following infographic, learn how vets treat Cruciate Ligament tears in man’s best friend.

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