Smart Pet ID Tags Help Owners Find Lost Pets

No matter how careful you are as a pet owner, sometimes dogs or cats go missing and it can be difficult to track them down. Besides traditional collar tags and microchips, pets can now wear “smart” ID tags too. According to an article on the website Live Science, smart tags can be a good way … Continue reading Smart Pet ID Tags Help Owners Find Lost Pets

Vets Recommend Contingency COVID Pet Care Plans to Clients

The American Veterinary Medical Association is urging its members to check in with clients on their pet care plans in the event that they contract the novel coronavirus. Pet owners should make plans for their pet’s basic care (feeding, walking, etc.) in case they get infected.  This applies to pet owners who live alone as … Continue reading Vets Recommend Contingency COVID Pet Care Plans to Clients

Video: Cleaning and Disinfecting Safety Tips for Pet Owners

The ASPCA Pet Poison Helpline has seen an increase in calls from concerned pet owners since the COVID-19 crisis began.  The issue?  Many of us have questions about the safe use of cleaning and disinfecting products (such as bleach) around our pets. To help pet owners, the Helpline has posted a video on their YouTube … Continue reading Video: Cleaning and Disinfecting Safety Tips for Pet Owners

Guest Post: Emergency Preparedness for Pet Owners

With so much of our focus on the Coronavirus crisis, it can be easy to forget that we also must stay vigilant about natural disasters like wildfires, tornadoes, hurricanes, and earthquakes. For pet owners, this means having an emergency preparedness plan that includes our dogs, cats, and other animals. Long-time FACE Foundation supporter and Advisory … Continue reading Guest Post: Emergency Preparedness for Pet Owners