For All Animals Blog

This blog was posted before our name change to For All Animals.

A vegan diet is a great (and easy!) way to help animals. To help encourage and support our readers in making healthy and humane diet choices, Photographers for Animals is partnering with Nourrie Cuisine to bring you delicious vegan recipes—accompanied by mouthwatering photo tutorials! We’ll post recipes and step-by-step photography instructions on (meatless) Mondays.

Very Vegan Garlic Spinach Pasta

Spinach. It’s good for me, and I

This blog was posted before our name change to For All Animals

A couple weeks after Hoppy's surgery we moved (still in the Baltimore area). Hoppy would be going from living in our home office (a large bedroom) to our new office/studio space, which was an entire floor of our new home. We acclimated him in his kennel 'apartment' for a day or two, then let him explore his new digs. He now has access to



This post also appeared on The Dodo.

This blog was posted before our name change to For All Animals

When I was a girl I would look forward to every April. It was my birthday month, and the annual visit from the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey circus. Every year, my family would make a special trip for my birthday celebration. It’s where I fell in love with elephants.

It wasn’t until many years later that I

This blog was posted before our name change to For All Animals

We dropped Hoppy off for his biopsy in the morning. Shortly after we got a call from the surgeon. She wanted to know why we were doing a biopsy when this was clearly cancer. She suggested she just remove the tumor. Otherwise we would just be putting him through the anesthesia process twice—so this would spare us the $750 biopsy cost, by going straight

This blog was posted before our name change to For All Animals

For weeks Hoppy slowly recovered from his dental surgery. We didn't know exactly what to expect, but we did notice his chin didn't seem to be improving as we had hoped. Some of his gums seemed a bit irritated as well, so we brought him into the dentist for an unscheduled follow-up to get their opinion. Their opinion? His gums were healing well -

This blog was posted before our name change to For All Animals.

Rescue animals, from shelters and nonprofit groups, make wonderful pets - and great Valentines too! For Valentine's Day, Photographers for Animals wants to hear about your #RescuedValentine and what makes them super duper special!

All you have to do is print out the heart-filled camera, snap a pic of you and your furry friend - and tell us what makes your rescue a top-notch Valentine.

This blog was posted before our name change to For All Animals.

We recently had the pleasure of photographing a small family of rabbits in a foster home, who are soon to be up for adoption at Fairfax County Animal Shelter. This week we promoted #BunnyWeek on PFA's Twitter and Instagram accounts to raise awareness of what wonderful pets rabbits can make. Many thanks to The Dodo and blogger Susan Stokes for helping us promote rabbit

This blog was posted before our name change to For All Animals.

We picked Hoppy up from the dentist and the dental assistant went over his x-rays with us while they got him ready. In true Hoppy form, this was the worst case they’d ever seen. Needless to say he reached the cap of the dental estimate and beyond. A number of the teeth they thought were missing were in fact broken off at the gum

Page 7 of 10 1245678910