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Infographic: A Quick Guide to Bird Feeding

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Looking to draw the attention of some new airborne friends? Want to bring some more wildlife into your garden? The following infographic shows which type of food you should be buying for your garden and which feeder each bird prefers! Brought to you by vinehousefarm.co.uk Read More »

Infographic: Animal Abuse and the Underground World of Dog Fighting

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Dog fighting is a serious crime that thrives in a secretive, criminal underworld. It evolved as a bloodsport, which is any sport that involves animals being hurt or killed to fuel excitement in people who are taking part or watching. You may recall historical accounts of bloodsports in Ancient Rome. These events involved humans baiting or fighting vicious animals until ... Read More »

Infographic: A History of Crufts

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Vet Medic have created this unique and comprehensive infographic about the world famous dog show Crufts. The infographics is bursting at the seems with facts, trivia and cool information about the biggest name in dog shows.   Read More »

Big Fat Pet Nation UK: Obese Pet Facts

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1 in 3 Dogs are overweight as pets in the UK sees obesity as a growing problem. See what pet owners frequently do to put their pets in danger. It’s time for pets to shape up! #abetterlifeforpets Brought to you by pdsa.org.uk Read More »

Infographic: Pet or pest?

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No matter the size of your pet, it can cause a huge amount of damage. Taking out household insurance is one way to cover the costs of repairs and replacements. Our infographic also offers some advice on house-training your pet. Brought to you by moneysupermarket.com Read More »

Infographic: Why Cats are Better than Men

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Tired of the men in your life? Why not check out the many benefits of having your own cat around the house? Sometimes men can just be impossible to deal with, but cats are always there for you with a gentle purr and a soft coat of fur to pet. If you have a cat, you might particularly enjoy the ... Read More »

Infographic: 38 Benefits of Owning A Dog

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Everyone knows or least should know that owning dogs can greatly improve our lives! Providing companionship and entertainment of course but did you also know that owning a dog can help reduce the risk of allergies in children? Find 38 reasons why owning a dog is awesome! Brought to you by thedogtrainingsecret.com Read More »

Infographic: How to keep an eye on your dog using Skype

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We all know the challenges of leaving Fido at home while being away on a business trip or working long hours at the office all day. One of the best hidden tips of using Skype is that you can set up your Skype calls to “auto-answer.” This means Fido doesn’t have to worry about how to click a mouse to ... Read More »

Infographic: It’s a Pet’s Life!

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In the UK they love their pets but could they be obsessing too much over their animal companions? Here is Helpucover’s investigation into our furred and feathered friends! Brought to you by helpucover.co.uk Read More »

Infographic: Pets at Christmas

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To celebrate the holiday season, Pets at Home have carried out a survey with YouGov looking at how people treat their pets at Christmas. They found that 2 in 3 Brits spend their hard earned cash on pets this Christmas, with many pet owners spending over £50 on their furry friends. Brought to you by petsathome.com Read More »

Infographic: Cats in Social Media

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In Honor of National Cat Day 2012, Boot Camp Digital is proud to present our latest infographic about Cats in Social Media. Did you know that the history of LOLcats dates back as far as the 1870s? Or that some of the cat videos on YouTube have more views than Justin Bieber and Taylor Swift? We’ve scoured the web and ... Read More »

Infographic: Celebrate National Feral Cat Day!

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It’s National Feral Cat Day! Learn how you can make a difference in your community to humanely and effectively control the free-roaming cat population. Brought to you by petsmartcharities.org. Brought to you by petsmartcharities.org Read More »

Infographic: Top 10 Most Dog Friendly U.S. Cities

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This infographic beautifully illustrates the Top 10 Most Dog Friendly U.S. Cities. It was designed by the Bone-A-Fide Dog Ranch, a dog boarding and daycare business located near Seattle, WA. Many of us love dogs like their children – and while most parents research a potential move’s impact on their children (how are the schools? are there parks nearby?) it is also ... Read More »

Infographic: Choose the Best Dog Food

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Caring for your dog starts with what you feed them. From dog food recalls to recognizing proper ingredients and portion size, how do we know what to feed our four-legged friends? This infographic details good and bad ingredients to look for, recommended protein and fat percentages, and other statistics about dogs and their food. Brought to you by havahartwireless.com. Brought ... Read More »

Infographic: Best & Worst Pets for Apartment Living

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For many animal lovers, choosing a pet is an exciting experience. ForRent.com and Homes.com have put together some key tips to keep in mind when bringing in a new pet. Nearly 5 million to 7 million pets are brought into animal shelters in the U.S.every year. Be proactive and ensure that you choose your apartment-dwelling pet wisely and with compatibility ... Read More »

Infographic: Foods You Should Never Feed Your Dog

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Kibbles and Bits? Yes. Chocolate? No. Their own excrement? Yes, sadly. Avocados? Sadly, no. Find out what you cannot feed your pooch via this handy graphic care of Hella Wella. An especially relevant chart considering that, in these modern artisanal times, some of you cook organic meals for your pets. Bone appetit! Brought to you by Hella Wella via sfist.com. Brought to you by Hella ... Read More »

Infographic: Protecting Your Family and Pets from Raccoon Rabies

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This infographic is designed to help property owners protect their family and pets from Raccoon rabies infection this summer. Though human cases are rare in the United States, more than eight thousand non-human rabies infections are reported each year. Raccoon constitute approximately 50% of all these cases, and raccoons living in the eastern United States are especially likely to be ... Read More »

Losing Our Stripes – Decline in Every Aspect of Tiger Life

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With wild tiger numbers as low as 3,200, direct, targeted poaching of tigers is the most immediate danger for the species today. However, a serious contributing factor to the plight of the tiger is the widespread decline of its forest larder – the deer, wild pigs and wild cattle such as the Gaur. One tiger needs to eat the equivalent ... Read More »