“A picture is worth a thousand words.” ~ English idiom
Below are infographics that provide useful and easily understood information about pets and wildlife.
Last Updated 9/29/2017
Having a cat as a pet is a real joy! The snuggles, the purrs, watching their everyday antics and play time are a treat that no other pet can provide. Better still, as far as pets go, they are pretty low on the maintenance scale. Sure, you’ll always have to make sure they have water and good quality food, then add in regular vet visits to ensure that your fur buddy remains vigorous and robust for the long run. But sometimes during their lives, cats can come down with some maladies that will make you scratch your head and wonder what to do. Which is why learning about the most typical cat diseases will go a long way to understanding what to expect if your kitty gets sick, and what to do about it if it happens.
From the folks at mashable.com come the top 10 dog breeds in the U.S. and why we love them.
This infographic takes a look at how animals manage to keep themselves warm in winter, while us humans have the option of cozying up to a nice log fire indoors. Did you know, for example, that the Alaskan wood frog can freeze it’s body so that they are essentially dead until spring comes around?
It can be difficult to monitor what your dog is eating and to know what’s okay and what is not. With this in mind, the marketing team of a non-profit organization called Greyhounds as Pets (GAP) created the infographic entitled ‘’Toxic Food for Your Dog’’ – did you know for example that onions are highly poisonous for dogs?
Dog fitness has become increasingly important. This infographic outlines some exciting ways in which you can keep your dog (and you!) fit and active. From flyball to dog surfing, there are lots of ways to make exercising fun! (Provided by Clippers Ireland.)