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June 24, 2014
Dogs tend to be 'itchier' in summer. Heat, humidity, pollen, grass, and, of course, fleas can contribute to your dog being much more itchy in summer than winter. And it goes without saying that a flea on your dog, probably means more in your house. But is your only defense, nasty chemicals that potentially may harm your pet? Heck, no!
Evolv is a potent, all natural flea and tick treatment for dogs and cats that is a safe alternative to potentially harmful chemical pesticides. Available in an easy-on spray this one-two punch both repels and kills unwanted predators. Evolv stops itching & scratching, comforts dry skin & hot spots, leaves coat shiny and healthy, and even eliminates mange. Best part Evolv is totally non-toxic and made in USA.
May 11, 2014
Dog's have long been considered '[wo] man's best friend'. Without a doubt, ours have certainly earned the title. And with Fur Mother's Day on the horizon as well as it being National Pet Month it's a good time to stop and extol the depth of our human- dog bond. They give us so much and ask so little. So where do we start....
Companionship Is it me? Or do most people crave the company of their animal companion over people as they 'mature'? How refreshing to not say a word and a mere gesture - a raise of the brow - can confirm the simplest understanding (try that with your significant other, eh?)
Unconditional Love Enough Said.
Compassion The age of internet has ushered in so many conveniences, but at the same token unleashed an avalanche of unchecked vitriol. Seems we've lost our compass for compassion. Impressively and thankfully, the digital age hasn't changed our fur-legged buds a bit.
December 7, 2013
October 18, 2013
Olive is excited to have teamed up with Recoup, the first cause shopping portal. A portion of the sales of Olive products benefit FIXIT, a non-profit dedicated to promoting incentive-based spay/neuter services and helping create solutions to bring these services to everyone.
August 25, 2013
Summer is almost over and the kids are back to school. Their leaving can be bittersweet for the family dog. He's weathered hair pulls, table-scrap-overload, half-body burials at the beach, and high decibel shrieks -and so have you for that matter. Still, he's going to miss his human buddies. Even if you don't have kids, times of transition can lead to confusion and stress, sometimes even the blues.
Separation anxiety has various degrees of severity. Severe cases may require desensitization training to the rituals of leaving the house. Veterinarian prescribed medication may be necessary, or natural remedies such as Bach Rescue Remedy or Dr. Harvey's Relax can help, as long as they're accompanied by behavior modification and plenty rewards. Every dog and every solution is different. For some, distractions like toys may be just what she needs to take her mind off the annual back-to-school ritual.
July 17, 2013
Ah, the simple joy of car rides. Most dogs thrill at it, but as exhilarating as this experience can be for your pooch, there are some serious risks to the sport. Unrestrained pets cause roughly 30,000 accidents every year.
Melissa Ramirez, founder of Zerimax Doggie Seatbelts, tells a story that is sadly all too familiar. In 2008, her husband was in a car accident. The impact caused the airbags to inflate and her husband was unharmed thanks to his seatbelt. Max, their Miniature Pinscher, asleep on the front seat, was unrestrained and not so lucky. He was thrown across the car and landed at the foot peddles, suffering a spinal cord hematoma and paralysis of the back legs. Max is regaining his ability to use all four legs after countless surgeries and months of physical therapy. So far, Melissa calculates they've spent about $10,000 on Max's recovery. Something, she admits, might have been avoided with a simple $22 pet restraint.
June 1, 2013