Feeding recommendations for pets #infographic

We all love our pets for the affection, company, and fun they provide. However, it is important to remember that they are living creatures that need our attention and depend on us for their wellbeing. Taking good care of our pets comes with many responsibilities. The most important among them is ensuring they have an appropriate diet. Fulfilling the nutritional needs of cats and dogs is crucial to their health, development, and energy.

The most basic elements of a dog or a cat’s diet are proteins and, therefore, fats. This translates in that both these types of animals need predominantly meat-based diets. However, the required protein intake depends on the age, weight, activity level, pregnancy, etc. That’s why Zoo-Bio.co.uk has prepared this infographic on the feeding recommendations for pets. By following the featured charts, you will know exactly how many calories to feed your pet daily. Consequently, you will be able to enjoy your life with a loving, healthy four-legged friend by your side.

An infographic by Zoo-Bio.co.uk.

How Dogs Make You & Your Family Healthier #infographic

We all know that dogs are our best friends. They are loyal, loving and so grateful for the time we spend with them. They make our lives better; but did you know that they can also make you and your family healthier?

Starting from the physical benefits, dogs will make you walk the recommended 30 minutes a day. In addition, babies that grow up near these animals develop a stronger immune system. But it’s not just that, your pet will also help you reduce stress, and they are perfect to help you strengthen your family bonds. Moreover, they will protect you in any situation.

This infographic by Dog Food Smart will explain these and many more ways in which your dog helps with your family’s health. It doesn’t matter if you have a Retriever, a French Bulldog, a Poodle or a mixed-breed dog, they will all bring positive emotions to your life.

How Dogs Make You and Your Family Healthier

An infographic by Dog Food Smart.

Heroes Wear Fur: A Different Kind of Dog Vet #Infographic #Dogs

This infographic by Orvis, a family-owned company that is devoted to providing educational resources to dog lovers everywhere, features many interesting facts and figures on Military Working Dogs. These four-legged heroes perform a number of special tasks on behalf of every branch of our military and continue to gain respect and admiration for their outstanding service.

From the different jobs they take on to the details of their extraordinary lives, there is a lot to be learned about these under-acknowledged heroes. Even the history of military working dogs is a surprising and interesting point to consider… Did you know dogs have worked for the military as far back as ancient Rome? There are also some remarkable figures behind the investment and life-long value of these incredible animals. Read here to learn more about military working dogs and the roles they play in modern day services.

An infographic by Orvis.

Dogs, Chocolate & Candy: Sweet Safety #Infographic #Dogs

Any holiday can be a lot of fun, but it is always important to consider safety from every angle – and for every member of your family, including the furry ones! Halloween, in particular, is a time of year that calls for lots and lots of sugary treats, which unfortunately can be very dangerous for your pets. As you prepare for the holiday and enjoy the spoils of this trick-or-treat season, be sure to take the proper precautions to prevent any health or life-threatening emergencies. This educational infographic outlines some of the most dangerous items for your pet to ingest, annual statistics, and a number of tips on what to do if your dog does consume candy or treats. For any time of year, not just Halloween, it is always a good idea to keep a copy of your veterinarian’s and local emergency clinic’s phone numbers and hours in an easy-to-access location in your home.

An infographic by Orvis.

Is That a Real Service Dog? #Infographic #Dogs

Have you noticed more and more dogs showing up in public places that you’ve never seen them before? These are probably service dogs, emotional support dogs or therapy dogs – specially trained animals that perform a variety of life changing and lifesaving skills for their human counterparts. There seems to be growing confusion over the presence and legitimacy of service animals in any variety of public spaces, not to mention hard questions about where they are and are not legally allowed. This infographic by Orvis is a great way to clarify some of the most common questions about them and is also an excellent way to get people acclimated to seeing dogs in new environments. It specifically compares Service Dogs, Emotional Support Dogs and Therapy Dogs, what they do and how they contribute to their owners and handlers. True service dogs and their humans will greatly benefit from the support provided by greater awareness of their presence and legitimacy.

An infographic by Orvis.