November 19, 2020

South Africa is dog country

We all know there are only two types of people in the world: cat people and dog people. But data from market research firm Euromonitor suggest that these differences extend beyond individual preferences and to the realm of geopolitics: it turns out there are cat countries and dog countries, too. South Africa is definitely dog country. It has 9.1 million dogs to 2.4 million cats. In the US, slightly more households own dogs than own cats. But Euromonitor’s numbers show that in terms of raw population, cats outnumber dogs to the tune of 2 million (the number is closer to […]
November 19, 2020

50 of the Most Popular Dog Breeds in the World

Curious about the most popular dog breeds around the world? Want to know what the most beloved breeds of dogs out there are and whether there’s one that’s just right for you? For many owners, dogs are more than just a pet, they’re a part of the family. That’s why picking the right dog breed for you shouldn’t be a rushed decision. You need to read up on all the facts before making a selection. And to help you do just that, we’ve compiled some interesting information about the many famous dogs breeds you can choose from. Take a look at this awesome infographic we put […]
November 19, 2020

Large Study Finds Pet Owners Are Different

You’ve seen headlines like “Puppy Love: Pet Owners Are Happier, Healthier” and “How Pets Save Us Billions Every Year In Health Care Costs!” And it is true that a lot of studies have reported that pet owners have better physical and mental health than people who do not live with companion animals.  Further, we do not know whether getting a pet causes better health, or whether the causal arrow points in the other direction. In other words, pet owners might be different to begin with. If so, non-pet-related differences such as socioeconomic status might be the real cause of better health for companion animal owners. For example, people who are married, white, female, […]

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