Unleash Jacksonville is a print publication and website resource connecting dog lovers + great businesses on Florida’s First Coast!
If you feel like you’ve been missing something in your life as a dog lover … look no further. Unleash Jacksonville will fill any void—unless you’ve actually been looking for Void magazine … in that case, we can’t help you.) Unleash is Jacksonville’s only magazine and website devoted to dogs, dog lovers, and great local businesses.
Our magazine is published every other month, focusing on rescue and adoption, and living a good, healthy life. Unleash is distributed to over 80 vets from St. Augustine to Amelia Island, and everywhere in between. For a wonderful business you can visit to get your paws on us, go ahead and click your mouse >>>>>> here.
Our directory-based website is an all-encompassing resource for dog-friendly businesses, events, jobs, and topics—available 24/7.
As far as advertising goes, we don’t accept just anyone’s money—but any type of business is welcome, whether they “cater to dogs” or not. Our advertisers must be doing good in our community; they don’t harm the health of our planet, our children, or our pets—and they LOVE DOGS!
One woman show.
Former graphic designer to the stars, Amy Olivieri launched the first issue of indie magazine Beach Unleash in 2015. She expanded to include all of Jacksonville and changed the name to Unleash Jacksonville in 2016 when the people rioted, picketed, and demanded it. Over the past three years, Amy has enjoyed getting to know the Jacksonville dog community more and more, conducting interviews, taking photographs, designing the magazine, and building a large distribution network. She launched unleashjax.com in early 2018 with the help of mastermind and weblord, Nicholas Loukes of ijustcode.
The Unleash corporate office complex is located in beautiful Atlantic Beach, Fla., and consists of a desk, a fantastic apple computer, a camera that could use an upgrade, an almost teenager, a half-dead plant, four dogs, and … Amy. She manages to keep it together most days.