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.

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.

The Power Of Pets: How Pet Culture Can Help Build Your Business

Pets are part of our families, so why not take them with you when you go shoe shopping? For many of us, there doesn’t have to be an economic benefit of pets because our companions are, in and of themselves, all we need. That notwithstanding, you may be surprised how our pets have a profound impact on businesses. Learn more about pets and business within this infographic.

Dog Bite Statistics in Virginia

For many people, dogs are more than pets. They are like family members. Still, dogs are animals. They can attack and cause devastating injuries. They may bite people due to being startled, scared or threatened, or out of a need to protect themselves or their puppies, or even being overly excited or playful.

How To Get Rid of Mice?

If you are wondering what to do when you find out you have mice in your house or at your business, then here is an infographic from Pest Control in London with some top tips to help with your mouse problem. Learn where mice hide, how they get inside your home and some key tips for dealing with them.

What Human Foods are Bad for Dogs?

If you are a dog lover and/or owner, you need to know, some important facts on what food dogs can and can not eat. For example, do you know which human foods can actually be toxic for dogs? This infographic from Petting My Dog throws some light on the foods that are harmful to dogs, which can cause severe health problems.

In Search of the Perfect Poop

If you’re a dog owner, you’ll be more than used to picking up your dog’s poop – it’s not a particularly pleasant job, but something we all have to do most days. But did you know your dog’s poop could be revealing important information about their overall health and happiness? But how do you know what to look out for?

The Business Of Dogs

In 2018 alone, Americans spent a combined total of the GDP of 39 countries on their dogs. That’s $72 billion! Learn more about the business of dogs courtesy of this infographic from TruDog.

What To Do if You Found a Baby Raccoon

Raccoons, like most mammals, are excellent mothers. Baby raccoons are dependent on their mother for up to nine months, after which they will go their way. After about 12 weeks of nursing, the baby raccoons are finally old enough to follow their mother out of their nesting area. During this time, they will learn from their mother how to forage for food, and where to look.