Announcing the winners of Olivia’s Silent Auction for The Wally Foundation 2019

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Hello everyone, CEO Olivia reporting. I’m pawfectly pleased to announce the winners of my silent auction. First, a huge thank you to everyone who pawticipated. You’ve helped a cause close to my heart. nose nudges

Without further delay, here are the winners.

Custom engraved ID tags donated by Critter Comforts Napanee

winner: Brandi Nicole

Favorite Dog Stories by James Herriot Hardcover 1st USA Edition

winner: Jeff Chasen

Easy Walk Harness & Leash Black/Medium size

winner: Christine Ricardo

The framed photo collage of yours truly, Olivia.

winner: Melanie Mamakos

Our Mighty Gnaw

winner: Jeff Chasen

Knotty Rove Tosser

winner: Tiny Tony aka Chicken who has asked me to give it to Angels Tyler,Oddie Mango and Ariels misson to help.

Knotty Nips 3 pack

winner: Sandy Bigelow

Knotty Chaw Chaw

winner: Melody Glenn-Turner

Knotty Bon Bons

winner: Sandy Bigelow

Glucosapet by Omega/Alpha

winner: Tiny Tony aka Chicken who once again has asked me to give it to Angels Tyler,Oddie Mango and Ariels misson to help. That’s wooftastic of you Chicken.

Custom made vinyl clock created by Shop Zoo Crew & Beast Bag Boutique

winner: Christine Ricardo

Pet Cooling bed donated by Dorothy of FiveSibes

winner: Diane Plumley

Bracelet by FeatheredSunsets

winner: Christine Ricardo

No one bid on the LiverTone / KidneyTone combo by Omega/Alpha

Congratulations to everyone. My huMom will be contacting you through messenger this week to arrange the details.

CEO Olivia

Olivia’s Silent Auction for The Wally Foundation

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Hello everyone, CEO Olivia here. Today I’m tail waggingly excited to announce my Silent Auction. I have sniffed out some wooftastic prizes to bid on, donated by pawsome people, as well as our own Knotty Toys for Good Dogs & Cool Cats. I hope you’ll all pawticipate because the money I raise goes to a good cause, my charity of choice, The Wally Foundation – Canine Epilepsy.

The Wally Foundation is a non profit that helps those who struggle with the costs of epilepsy medications. Founder Rick Selwood believes no one should have to surrender a beloved companion animal because you can’t afford their medication.

Here’s how to take part in my auction. Starting today, November 18th, you can go on my Facebook page, Oh, the Life of Olivia, there you’ll see the post for the auction pinned to the top of the page. You will be able to see pictures of each prize being auctioned with it’s minimum bid. Click on the picture of the prize you wish to bid on & like a silent auction, you can post your bid in the comments. If someone outbids you, just post again with a higher bid. We will cut off bidding at Midnight, November 30th & will announce the winners on Monday, December 2nd. Payment can be done through PayPal or eTransfer.

Best of luck & a huge thank you to our bidders.

CEO Olivia

Important Information About Canine Medications

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Hi everyone, CEO Olivia here. Usually on Fridays I bark out artwork but today I have something urgent I need to share with you. My huMom sits as the Communications Director of the Wally Foundation ~ Canine Epilepsy. She was contacted through the Foundation by a woman who lost her canine Epi Warrior because her medication contained xylitol. Ingesting even a small amount of xylitol can be fatal to a dog.

How did this happen? The Pharmacy dispensed medication for a human unaware that the medication was actually for a canine.  The medication was sweetened with xylitol.  By the time this was sorted out, it was too late.

It is very important when filling a prescription that the Pharmacy is aware the medication is for an animal not a human. Otherwise a tragedy like this might happen again. Never hesitate to talk to your pharmacist & ask questions. They are there to help.

For more on  Managing Your Meds 

Keep your nose up for our upcoming blog post that digs more into managing our good dogs medications.

CEO Olivia

Reminder – November is Epilepsy Awareness Month. This year I’m asking all my fellow Epilepsy Warriors & wagnificent supporters to help me raise Canine Epilepsy awareness globally. Here’s what I want you to do. Get your human to take your picture with a sign showing your “Bark Out” or motto against this horrible disease. Then send it to me by messaging my Facebook page, “Oh, the Life of Olivia“.

Once November arrives I will begin posting the pictures I’ve received. Let’s show the world how strong the Canine Epilepsy Community is.

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