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  • Calm Shen - Miracle supplement or coincidence?

    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.

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  • Naughty or Nice?

    November 14, 2012

    Visit Olive's HOLIDAY Shop. 1. Soho Throw 2. Vintage Santa 3. Smooches 4. Daphne

     

     

     

     

     

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  • 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.

     

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  • A New Kind of Treat - Fresh & Green

    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?

     

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  • 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.

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  • So where are the costumes Olive?

    October 10, 2012

    We know, it's Halloween. Right about now, we should be stocking pet costumes, guaranteed to make you overdose on cute. Chances are, your dog won't like wearing them and you'll feel a twinge of guilt for subjecting them to it. Also, it's safe to say they're all pretty cheaply made in some far off place.

    That's not to say we completely poo-pooed Halloween. We've plenty seasonal treats and handcrafted toys. More than enough to really treat your dog.

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  • Happy National Dog Week!

    September 28, 2012

    The 75th National Dog Week barks off this week. Begun in 1928 by dog-advocate Captain Will Judy, Dog Week is a celebration of the special bond between man and his best friend. Join us in celebrating what makes your dog extra special with $10 off your purchase $50+. Plus, orders $69 or more ship FREE. Use code DOGWEEK. Offer expires 9/30/12.

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  • Happy First Day of Fall!

    September 22, 2012

                                                      Billy Wolf Porter Plaid Jacket

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  • September 3, 2012

     

    More than an excuse to eat a hot dog and a great sale at Olive (sign up for Olive's e-news so you don't miss out future promotions), Labor Day is a celebration of Americans working.

    Since 2008, pet lovers have trusted Olive to provide some of the safest, most well-designed goods for dogs and cats, many of which are made in USA.

    Now more than ever, American manufacturing is being reenergized. Incredible products are being made in America and Americans are realizing that good stuff happens when they buy these goods - from job creation to reduced carbon footprint.

    Olive is where you can find the best of American products, many limited quantity. When you browse Olive's collection, you'll see details for each product, nothing is ever hidden. Welcome to the new made-in-America movement. And, from everyone at Olive, thanks for joining in!

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  • Riding in Cars

    August 8, 2012

    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 $25 pet restraint.

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