Nevada!
Our agency is growing again and conquering the west! Until today, we served clients along the west coast in California, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Utah. Little Dog Social Media would like to welcome and celebrate our newest client and state acquisition in Nevada! We are yet another state closer to having a client in every state in the union!   Since 2012, we’ve focused on strategies that simplify your digital marketing, website design, and
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Those of us with precious fur babies only want the best for them. If you’re moving long-distance, bringing Fido or Mittens along for the journey might present new stressors you never even considered before. Knowing this, who better to ask about the best way to move long-distance with pets than the very people we rely on to help us keep them healthy and happy? We reached out to several veterinarians and moving pros and compiled their best
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We’re excited to share that Little Dog Social Media is now managing social media for clients in Minnesota! Now, we are closer than ever to serving the entire U.S.! Earlier this year, we also welcomed our first international client, The Flying Boat & Maritime Museum, in Ireland! In 2021, we took what we learned during the pandemic and focused our efforts on customer experience and growth. This year, we’ve continued that mindset and our vision
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We love dogs, golf, and supporting our customers! We’re thankful that we got to sponsor a hole at the 11th Annual Rounds “Fore” Rescues Golf Classic. The golf tournament was held on August 8th, 2022. It was a very successful event held on a sunny, blue-sky day! The event supports dogs at Detroit Dog Rescue (DDR). DDR was first founded in 2011 to help with the stray dog epidemic in the city and neighborhoods of
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Sometimes you love being together with your family, and sometimes you feel ready for a break from family!  Whether you want to be with your family all the time or like to have breathing space, the people and pets you call family are probably the most important part of your life.  Your family introduces you to the world, teaches values, and influences how we see ourselves being part of the world.  A supportive family is
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It is a great time for picnics! If you plan on bringing your furry friend along, you should ensure they don’t accidentally eat human foods that can be extremely dangerous for them. Here’s a list of foods you should keep out of your dog’s mouth. Avocados Avocado fruit, pits, leaves, and bark contain a toxin that is safe for humans but can be poisonous to dogs, called persin. If your dog eats avocado in any
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Summer Sun Safety
Hiking, biking, and swimming are just a few of the many popular outdoor activities enjoyed in the summertime. However, the months of June, July, and August are the hottest months out of the whole year and the most dangerous time for prolonged exposure to ultraviolet (UV) light. Follow these tips to stay safe and healthy during your time in the sun! Wear sunscreen with an SPF of at least 15 every time you go outside.
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With spring currently in full bloom, you have probably started spending a lot more time outdoors with your pets. Unfortunately, more time outside means more exposure to fleas and ticks. If your pet is not properly protected, these troublesome pests can cause serious health issues such as Lyme disease and Rocky Mountain spotted fever. Here are the best ways to protect your pets this spring: Use year-round preventative measures such as a flea collar or
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Spring Activities for You and Your Dog
After being cooped up all winter, it is hard not to catch spring fever when the weather finally warms up. You want to go outside and get active, and so does your pup! Try one of these fun activities together and make the most of this season. Go hiking: Hiking will provide you and your furry friend with lots of fresh air and exercise. Research local hiking trails and find the ones best suited for
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Spring is finally here! Now that the days are longer and the weather is warmer, we will be spending a lot more time outside. Though it may not be the first thing on your mind, it is just as important to take precautions against the elements in the springtime as it is during the winter and summer months. Follow these safety tip to stay safe and healthy! Apply sunscreen: Don’t make the mistake of thinking
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