Most people know that if they witness animal abuse or neglect in person, they can report it to local law enforcement or animal services. But what if you see videos or images of animal cruelty on the internet? Unfortunately, there are many instances of animal abuse online. According to the Animal Legal Defense Fund, reporting … Continue reading What to Do if You See Animal Abuse Online
Our annual dog-friendly golf tournament fundraiser looked a little different this year, but golfers and their pups still had a great time while helping FACE save San Diego pets in need of veterinary care. This year's tournament was held completely outdoors at the Fairbanks Ranch Country Club. All mask and social distancing guidelines were followed, … Continue reading Photos: FACE’s Dog-Friendly Golf Tournament
You're invited to a *free* webinar on pet photography! Join us on Thursday, November 5, 2020 from 4:00 to 5:00 p.m. PST to learn how to take professional quality photos of your pets...just in time for the holidays! Professional photographer Rich Soublet, owner of Rich Sublet Photography, will teach you all you need to know … Continue reading Join Us for a Free Pet Photography Webinar!
Researchers have been studying the health benefits of pet ownership for a long time, but a new study proves that even watching animal videos and looking at pictures of animals have measurable health benefits. Dr. Andrea Utley of the School of Biomedical Sciences at the University of Leeds in the UK worked with a group … Continue reading Study: Looking at Animals is Good for Your Health
The photography book The Silence of Dogs in Cars by Martin Usborne captures the feelings of many animal lovers when they see dogs sitting in cars waiting for their humans to return. Martin’s empathy for the dogs comes out of personal experience. As he explains on his website, he has vivid memories of being left … Continue reading Photographer Captures Sadness of Dogs Left Alone in Cars