Garlic for Dogs: Poison or Medicine?
Garlic has been long debated if it’s good or bad for dogs. In this Infographic, lots of amazing facts were presented to help dog owners understand more about garlic’s effect on dogs. Actually, garlic contains some good ingredients for dogs’ health, such as: Inulin, vitamin and some precious amino acids. On the other hand, garlic also contains harmful compounds, for instance: N-propyl disulfide that may lead to severe anemia in dogs. Read more here for full information (Article & Infographic by Nolongerwild.com)
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This infographic explores the health benefits and detriments of garlic when consumed by dogs. While presented in the language as a comparison, the weight of this piece shifts toward garlic's benefits, revealing the potential bias of the infographic's creator. There are a lot of visuals throughout the piece, and they all connect to the content at hand, which is very helpful. However, at some points, the visual representation isn't accurate in relation to its copy or data, which limits the effectiveness of the visual communication and could mislead the viewer. Additionally, having varying type treatments and illustration styles can prove distracting. The content is brief, which helps keep the reader moving quickly through the piece. While this is effective infographic best practice, it also might leave readers missing some important information—and there is a lot of great information here. There's an interesting foundation to this infographic, but it could benefit from some additional balance. We'd give this an F.