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June 1, 2013
May 10, 2013
It's no secret we're mad crazy for Found My Animal. That's why we're gaga for their new line of rope bracelets and charms for humans! You'll find the entire collection for pets and people in our Found section.
February 27, 2013
Daily Kibble Steps Up - Olive Lends a Paw
In the wake of the Newtown, CT school shootings, Daily Kibble, a NYC-based email newsletter covering pet trends and products, rolled out the 26 Acts of Kindness Contest. The 26-day contest selected a random winner each day (from over 32,000 entries!) to win 26 prizes. Olive was honored to be one of 26 companies participating. The giving didn't stop there...Daily Kibble also made a donation to the daily winners' charity of choice. Congratulations to all 26 winners!
February 26, 2013
February is National Pet Dental Health Month
Did you know that regular brushing of your dog's teeth can add a year or so to their life?
Seriously, studies show proper oral hygiene can extend your dog's life up to 1 year or more. Admittedly, routine brushing can be tough to achieve, but if you start early when they're a puppy or new to your household and stick with it, you'll see a difference in the long run. Consider this...
1. Dental disease affects up to 80% of pets over the age of 3. Symptoms may include bad breath, yellow and brown tartar build up, and red inflamed gums.
2. The build-up of plaque bacteria can seriously affect your dog's heart, kidneys, intestinal tract and joints and may even be life threatening.
3. We all know brown teeth and bad breath are just plain yucky. Some form of regular brushing is better than none, and brushing at least every other day will prevent the buildup of tartar on the teeth. Mornings will be that much sweeter when he's licking your face.
January 1, 2013
December 15, 2012
It's the time of year when we all like to indulge a little - Rover included. But holiday favorites such as chocolate and rich foods can be harmful for our dogs. These homemade treats are dog-friendly and delicious, with a hint of seasonal flare. Make some for your special dog and more to share with its canine friends.
Pumpkin Peanut Butter Treats
November 18, 2012
When I first met Maya, the breeder warned me in so many words that she profiled "reserved" (read shy) and easily intimidated (meaning skittish). "Expose her to as much and as many as you can to help her socialize." I took this to mean the UPS and FEDEX delivery guys and mail carrier would more than suffice for daily interaction. Today, almost 3 years later, she's comfortable with people, does well in new situations, but is still jumpy. Stuck out in the country the way we are, life is probably a little too mundane and her exposure to sights and city sounds is limited, if none.
She barks at the slightest sounds- oven being turned on, a frond brushing the window- to the point that it's a constant cacophony of ruffs, yaps and yips. Unnerving to say the least, not to mention the dissension it creates in the household. We tried alot of (humane) things, but nothing worked like Calm Shen. The results - nothing short of miraculous. If there's such a thing as doggie ADHD, Maya must have suffered from it. Amazingly, she seems...centered. I started adding Calm Shen to her food about a week ago, a little in the morning and a little at dinner time. The difference is almost too good to be true. Calm, collected and (almost) yip-less. A squirrel just went across the metal roof and she barked nothing. A frickin squirrel! I'm thankful for this incredible product. Harmony has been restored and Maya seems so much better for it! Now, if I could just teach her not to counter surf and sit on furniture.
October 30, 2012
Thanks to Stephanie of House of Harvey for this super nice mention on design*sponge. Follow Stephanie and Harvey as they travel up the Cali coast. You might recognize the give-away sponsor.
October 27, 2012
Amidst all the browns, reds and oranges that are everywhere this fall, a new color is cropping up: the color of freshly grown dog and cat gardens - a bright, eye-catching GREEN! Grow-your-own catnip and dog and cat grasses provide a healthy and natural alternative to treats and chews.
Pet grass offers both nutritional and digestive benefits. As a super food, one pound of pet grass is equivalent to 23 pounds of fresh fruits and garden vegetables, in terms of overall nutritional value. Wheat grass - which contains no wheat gluten - is rich in essential vitamins and minerals. It is also rich in chlorophyll, which acts as a detoxifier, mild antibiotic and deodorizer. Organic catnip is a wonderful herb that can boost the mental health of cats and help relieve boredom. What better way to celebrate fall then by adding a little green?
October 14, 2012
October marks Adopt a Shelter Dog Month. Celebrate your found dog with FOUND's inspiring collection of collars, leads, coats & accessories. A portion of proceeds from the sale of Found goes to animal shelters.