Cristina Tudino

Cristina Tudino

Director of Content at Ollie. Lover of all dogs, especially chocolate labs (like my four-year-old Gus!) Obsessed with all things health and wellness, for pets and humans.

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How to Turn Your Ollie Trays into Herb Planters

How to Turn Your Ollie Trays into Herb Planters

Here at Ollie HQ, we're committed to making sure that all of our packaging is recyclable: everything from the boxes to the jute lining, which is compostable, can have a second life. Those ice packs you get in the cold weather? Save them for when you're traveling with the food this summer! But what about upcycling? Our trays are the

How to Burn Off Your Pup's Energy in a Small Space

How to Burn Off Your Pup's Energy in a Small Space

We've all been there—you get home late from work or it's pouring cats and dogs outside...and your pup desperately needs to run out some energy! Living in New York City, we're definitely familiar with cohabitating in tiny spaces with our pups. So we enlisted trainer extraordinaire Katrina Krings and her rescue dog, Maeby, to show us a few

The Stress-Free Way to Brush Your Pup's Teeth

The Stress-Free Way to Brush Your Pup's Teeth

We get it—brushing your dog's teeth is probably not at the top of your list. Maybe you feel like you don't have time, you don't know how to do it, or that your pup hates it! But brushing their teeth to prevent long-term plaque and tartar build-up can protect them from gum disease and tooth loss down the road.

Meet the Dog Matchmaker Who’s Saving Pups’ Lives Every Day

Meet the Dog Matchmaker Who’s Saving Pups’ Lives Every Day

If you could dream up the best job ever for a dog lover, it would probably be what Sarah Brasky does. The founder of Foster Dogs NYC and the Dog Matchmaker, she works every day to help save rescue pups and find them forever homes with loving humans. Pretty awesome, right? She’s also adopted two dogs of her own,

6 Unexpected Perks of Senior Pups

6 Unexpected Perks of Senior Pups

We love all dogs—massive Bernese Mountain dogs, teeny Pomeranians, rescue pitties, purebred poodles—whether they’re newborn pups or gracefully aging adults. But there can be some reservations, particularly about rescuing senior dogs, so we were heartened to hear that a recent survey by the Grey Muzzle Organization found that there are more positive perceptions and increased adoption rates.