Here at Ollie, we’ve made it our mission to deliver nutritious, human-grade dog food straight to your door. After delivering five million meals to pups across the country, we decided to celebrate! To kick things off on April 18, we donated 100 percent of our sales to Foster Dogs NYC, a non-profit rescue organization. Then, we gathered with pups
When Jelly, a two-year-old pitbull mix, was found running around a park in upper Manhattan, she was in rough shape: “She had severe dermatitis, her ears were badly infected, most of her fur was missing, and she looked like she had been a mom a few times over,” says her foster mom Laurie Pesqueira. After being surrendered as a stray
We hear from humans almost every day about how our food has made their pups healthier and happier (and exponentially more excited about mealtime.) In this series, we'll share some of the stories that make us especially proud to fill dogs' bowls with wholesome goodness.
When Gaby Gomez met Lola, the one-and-a-half-year-old Maltese mix was incredibly timid. “Her face was
As a pup parent, your priority is keeping your dog happy and healthy: You make sure they get plenty of playtime, belly rubs, exercise, and nutritious food. You’d never feed them something you thought was unsafe. And since you’re probably not a pet food scientist, you rely on organizations like the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the
In Kern County, California, high-kill animal shelters abound—in fact, the country has some of the highest euthanasia rates in the country. That’s why, in 2009, Zach Skow founded Marley’s Mutts, a non-profit organization dedicated to rescuing and rehabilitating Kern County’s death row dogs—including Spud, a five-year-old English Bulldog/Bully Pit mix.
When Spud was found,