Anna Palazzi

Anna Palazzi

Intern at Ollie. I got 99 problems, but my dog ain't one.

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7 Healthy Easter Treats for Your Pup (Plus a Passover Cookie)

7 Healthy Easter Treats for Your Pup (Plus a Passover Cookie)

While we humans are gorging on sugary Peeps and chocolate bunnies, you can whip up some nutritious treats for your pup to indulge in. Check out the recipes for these healthy, dog-friendly versions of some our Easter favorites—plus a kosher treat, too.

Carrot Mini-Muffins

doggy dessert chef

Unsweetened applesauce and cinnamon, known for its anti-inflammatory properties, make these mini

6 Healthy St. Patrick's Day Treats for Your Pup

6 Healthy St. Patrick's Day Treats for Your Pup


For humans, Saint Patrick's Day normally means consuming not-so-healthy things like corned beef hash and green beer (and the pizza that often comes after all that beer). But we did manage to round up some pretty nutritious green treats for our pups—including some Shamrock-shaped cookies we kinda want to eat ourselves.

Spinach and green apple biscuits

Pretty Fluffy

These

6 Treats for Pups Who Need to Lose Some Pounds

6 Treats for Pups Who Need to Lose Some Pounds


"Treats" are not exactly synonymous with losing weight, we know this. But unlike common human sweets, there are healthier ways to reward your pup. Fresh produce like blueberries and carrots are great natural snacks that will help keep your dog svelte. If you want to roll your sleeves up in the kitchen, we rounded up a few easy DIY recipes

The Friday Warm and Fuzzies

The Friday Warm and Fuzzies

If the news cycle this week has got you down, there's nothing like hearing about some brave doggos to lift your spirits. Our roundup of the most recent pup-spiring stories on the Internet:

Terminal illness has nothing on Honey.

the dodo

Grab the tissues—this pitbull's story is a real tearjerker.
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PupJournal

This rescue pup saved not one, not two,

5 Reasons Your Pup Has Bad Gas (and What You Can Do About It)

5 Reasons Your Pup Has Bad Gas (and What You Can Do About It)


The occasional toot is one thing to tolerate, but if your pup is stinking up the place on a regular basis, it could be a sign of something more serious. "Any time a dog has malodorous flatulence it is an indication that something in the diet does not agree with the dog," says Dr. Judy Morgan, a veterinarian at Clayton