Keep Your Pets Safe on New Years

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This infographic provides a few great tips on how to keep your pets safe on New Year’s Eve. It is a well-known night of parting and celebrating but sometimes our pets can get hurt. Check out this article on a complete list to keep your pets safe.

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Have a Safe Christmas With Your Pets

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Christmas is a fun time of year with decorations and Christmas trees all over the house, but our pets are not used to all of these new things. This infographic explains what items in your home may not be safe for your pets, but don’t worry here are some tips to help you keep your pets safe at Christmas.

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Understand Your Cat’s Body Language

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This cute infographic helps decode the mystical animal known as a cat. Cats are mystifying and often leave us wondering what there actions are telling us. Check out this article for more information about your cat’s body language.

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Is Organic Important To You?

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The value placed on organic food for pets compared to the rest of the family; what’s important about organic to pet parents; and common misconceptions surrounding the USDA Organic logo.

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Infographic Review

Infographic Design: B

The design of this infographic is simple and effective. There are quality images and helpful graphs that display the data.

Infographic Information: B+

The information helps give a quick look at how people feel about organic food and products. The only downside to the information of this infographic is that the infographic does not provide any useful or helpful information the reader can take away.

 

Infographic provided by CastorPolluxPet.com


An Easy Guide to Bird Feeding

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Are you looking to invite some more flying visitors into your garden? Have a selection of bird feeders but no birds? Know the difference between a Robin and a Wren? Birds are actually very particular about the types of food they eat. This infographic from Vinehouse Farm will help you tell your a from your sultanas from your mealworms to attract the beautiful birds to your backyard. Some birds are light with small beaks and some are heavy with big beaks so it’s important to place the feed in a suitable feeder to ensure easy access for the right birds. By broadening the types of food in your garden and where you put it, you may even see a Great Spotted Woodpecker become a regular visitor! Vinehouse also suggest you take into account the seasons at which you feed as birds consume different amounts of food depending on the time of the year.

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Infographic Review

Infographic Design: B

Very nicely organized infographic with images for each type of bird . The chart is a great way to showcase the information.

Infographic Information: B

The information is interesting and provides quality facts about each bird to help you distinguish the many different types.

 

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