Pets & Animals Infographics
I’m one of the few guys that I know that likes cats. In fact, I love cats, from the big wild ones to the domesticated house cat. I’m also one of the few guys that does not care for dogs. I like certain breeds but for the most part, give me a cat over a dog any day of the week! Whether you’re a cat or dog person, or both, you’ll want to check out this cute infographic to learn why cats are the most popular pets online.
EntirelyPets conducted a Facebook Poll as to what people feel are the cutest dog breeds in America. The poll looked at overall appearance and characteristics as well as celebrity factor. Discover out if your dog made the cutest dog breed list as well as learn some facts about each breed represented.
For some people, pets are their best friends. They provide unconditional love and companionship. But for those who aren’t pet owners – listen up. Owning a pet can have significant physical and mental health benefits. They can help you to live longer and even relieve stress and anxiety. This infographic illustrates how saving a pet might save your life.
“Bo Obama” has certainly received his share of media coverage, but he’s actually just the latest in a long line of critters who’ve called the White House home. While 68 percent of our presidents have owned dog, other animals have also lived at this address — such as cats, canaries, goats, horses and even cows. The following infographic takes a look as some “first pets” history.
Although driving without securing a small child in a car seat is illegal in all 50 states, only New Jersey bans pets from riding unrestrained in cars. What’s worse: animal restraints—specifically those for dogs—are not widely used, even though pet travel has increased 300 percent since 2005. Do you know how to safely travel with your family pet?
Do you know how much your pets are costing you? The lifetime costs of your pets could surprise you! From food and medical expenses to toys and treats, all potential pet owners should be aware of the costs involved in owning a pet. This infographic breaks down the costs of keeping our furry friends happy.
This infographic, published by The Logo Company, looks at how certain animals see the world, using famous brand logos as an example. It shows hows cats, bees and birds view brand logos such as Coca-Cola, Google, McDonalds and YouTube. There’s also some other cool facts about how these creatures see things.
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.
The human eye is pretty amazing, but there are some things it cannot do such as see ultraviolet light or detect images at a great distance. The visual capabilities on non-human creatures can help to open our eyes to the possibilities beyond our limited sight. This infographic, published by Mezzmer, looks at vision from some animal’s point of view.
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