Back-To-School is a time of change for everyone in the family—even your dog! For the last year and a half, most of us have spent more time at home, and now things are shifting back to a (semi)normal routine. Your children will most likely welcome this fresh start, and jump into the new schedule without a hitch—but how do you prep a fur baby for longer hours home alone? Here are some tips to make
Before the pandemic, the team at Little Dog had a monthly kick-off meeting that was the highlight of each month. We would spend the first half of our day being informed about company developments, sharing our successes, and learning updated social media practices to help our clients grow. The second half of the day was spent enjoying lunch together and doing an activity to build our (already strong) bonds. We’ve enjoyed tie-dying together, scavenger hunts,
It’s almost the (unofficial) start of summertime! While many states are opening back up again, your family might still be spending more time at home this season. Here are a few ways to have fun and cool-off using the hose in your backyard. Water guns, but with a twist! Water guns are a cheap and easy way to get everyone involved with water play. Even though your dog can’t hold a super soaker, we’re sure they’ll
We’re excited to announce that Little Dog Social Media now helps small businesses stay social in 40 states across the nation! In the first quarter of 2021, our firm has signed on to provide social media services to insurance agents in Kansas, Montana, and Idaho; three states in which we have previously never worked in. This milestone brings us another step closer to our goal of managing social media for clients in all 50 states!
As a national company, we enjoy helping clients across the United States connect with the people living in their area. Over the last year, however, we’ve been working with one special client that is close to our hearts. In February of 2020, we became the official social media manager of our local police department! We met with them to understand their goals and strategize how to get there. They wanted two things out of their
It’s time once again to honor the special people in our lives! And, although to most people, that means their spouses and sweethearts, we at Little Dog are sending love to our dedicated staff who work so hard to take care of our valued clients. We know that you have a choice when it comes to managing your online presence– you want creative, trustworthy and hardworking people. We are proud to be represented by the
Welcome to the New Year! Regardless of the last year’s trials—the beginning of a new year brings new hope into our hearts that 2021 will be a good one. One great way to focus on creating a positive future is to choose a word that will define your year. You can set goals for yourself or your company around that specific word. After going through a year like 2020, we have a suggestion for the
Everyone has had a different office experience during the pandemic. Small businesses with less than ten staff or retail locations may be (almost) back to normal. Others may be working from home for the foreseeable future, and some may be experiencing a little bit of both. This time of year is usually when everyone gathers to celebrate the year’s successes, and take a much-needed break from all of their hard work to have some fun!
If you have a dog, you’re familiar with the puppy-dog eyes that suddenly appear when everyone sits down to enjoy a meal at the dinner table. You may even have a hound who is bold enough to hop up on the table and take a bite if nobody is looking! If you are likely to throw some scraps of your holiday meal into your dog’s bowl at the end of the day, here is what
Just like us our pets too are experiencing the changes of the season. As we are enjoying the change in the landscape, going on hay rides, picking pumpkins and having some version of pumpkin spice our pets are counting on us to make sure they are safe and warm as the temps start to drop. Here are some tips to keep your fur baby safe and happy during the fall months. Source: ASPCA Keep