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25 Most Popular Dog Breeds and Their Natural Health Problems

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Dogs are our best friends. However, different dog breeds face natural health issues that many of us are not aware of. Here is a comprehensive infographic by DogPsycho.com on 25 most popular dog breeds and their common but natural health problems that owners must be aware of.

Overall, the infographic is an effective and interesting way of learning about popular dog breeds and their common afflictions. All of the relevant information is provided and although the subject matter forces a lot of content to be written rather than represented visually, the visual elements are very effective and balance the content out very well. The small illustrations of each medical condition are a nice touch but could benefit from having a consistent style.

The content itself is well-written and provides just the right amount of information. It’s a good base of knowledge for dog owners and could be used to help diagnose or prevent potential illness. A little more proofing would be helpful, though, as there are a few typos and inconsistencies.

The design is well-suited for the content and does a great job of balancing elements. The type has a distinct hierarchy and is consistently used throughout. The photos of the dogs are implemented in a way that works very well with the rest of the piece. The overall tone is light and fun, giving readers a sense that the content is meant to inform and reassure, rather than scare. The good typographical hierarchy and large pictures let users scroll quickly to see if their dog is on the list, too.

The visuals are overall very appropriate, but it would be best if the icon styles were unified throughout.

Both engaging and informative, especially for dog-lovers, this infographic succeeds by putting a comforting spin on a possibly distressing topic. Ideally the content would be split into shorter bursts (like bullet points) for faster consumption.

Rating: C

Add this Infographic to Your Website: Simply copy the code below and paste it into the HTML of your blog, website, or Static FBML box on Facebook Click to Enlarge Via PLACEHOLDER View Other Infographics Dogs are our best friends. However, different dog breeds face natural health issues that many of us are not aware of. Here is a comprehensive infographic by DogPsycho.com on 25 most popular dog breeds and their common but natural health problems that owners must be aware of. Overall, the infographic is an effective and interesting way of learning about popular dog breeds and their common afflictions. All of the relevant information is provided and although the subject matter forces a lot of content to be written rather than represented visually, the visual elements are very effective and balance the content out very well. The small illustrations of each medical condition are a nice touch but could benefit from having a consistent style. The content itself is well-written and provides just the right amount of information. It's a good base of knowledge for dog owners and could be used to help diagnose or prevent potential illness. A little more proofing would be helpful, though, as there are a few typos and inconsistencies. The design is well-suited for the content and does a great job of balancing elements. The type has a distinct hierarchy and is consistently used throughout. The photos of the dogs are implemented in a way that works very well with the rest of the piece. The overall tone is light and fun, giving readers a sense that the content is meant to inform and reassure, rather than scare. The good typographical hierarchy and large pictures let users scroll quickly to see if their dog is on the list, too. The visuals are overall very appropriate, but it would be best if the icon styles were unified throughout. Both engaging and informative, especially for dog-lovers, this infographic succeeds by putting a comforting spin on a possibly distressing topic. Ideally the content would be split into shorter bursts (like bullet points) for faster consumption. Rating: C

Score from the experts at Killer Infographics

Visual Communication - 65%
Design - 70%
Content/Script - 70%
Usability - 75%

70%

Final Grade

A lot of great information is shared in this infographic, and it's easy to do a quick scroll to see if any specific breeds of interest are mentioned. It would just benefit from more breaks in the text and more consistent illustration styles in the accompanying icons.

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