Dogs can do Household chores for you #Infographic #Dogs

The dog is the most intelligent creature after humans. They can do lots of work for a person, but we don’t know about their potential or how to use them appropriately for our work.

Lots of professional dog trainers have said that almost every dog could do household chores for you if you train them properly. Also, a recent article was published on Dailymail.co.uk about dogs doing household chores for a human.

This amazing thing is happening in real world. In fact, this is no more fantastic news for a pet lover, because most of them know that lots of these animals are playing a vital role for blind and physically impaired people by doing their household works.

In this infographic, we tried to show seven types of household chores done by a pet dog interactively. Just keep in mind, you need to train them first to make them capable of doing such useful work.

An infographic by President Pet.

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.

Keep Your Dog Safe from Paralysis Ticks #Infographic #Dogs #Ticks

Forget about snakes, spiders and crocs – the tiny Paralysis Tick may be the deadliest animal that most Australian dogs ever cross paths with. About the size of a match-head, the Paralysis Tick carries a deadly poison. Researchers at the University of Sydney, estimate that 10,000 dogs are bitten by Paralysis Ticks each year, and approximately 500 dogs die annually from Paralysis Tick poisoning! The good news is that Paralysis Ticks are highly preventable. Stay current on your dog’s flea prevention regimen, be aware of areas where Paralysis Ticks are likely to live, and thoroughly check your dog for ticks any time they have been exposed. We’ve put together a handy infographic that details other steps you can take to keep your dog safe from Paralysis Ticks and what to do if they become infected.

An infographic by Top 10 Pet Insurance.