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
Unpredictable is a word that could be used to describe 2020! Although there may not be traditional Halloween festivities this year, there are still a lot of ways to enjoy yourself, including dressing up your pets in Halloween costumes! It goes without saying that if your furry pal doesn’t do well wearing clothing—just skip this and try something else instead, like making pumpkin treats! However, if your pet doesn’t mind dressing up once in a
Cookouts, apple pie, and fireworks! Can you guess which holiday is coming up this weekend? Even though this year has proven to make crowded celebrations like parades and carnivals difficult to execute, many towns are still celebrating Independence Day with a fireworks display! Most of us are thankful to have a simple reminder of what life was like before the pandemic, but one group who may not be as excited for a booming display of
During these challenging times, it is difficult trying to balance a new routine. Children switching to online classes, you working from home, all while trying to maintain a stable and clean household. But what about our dogs? Our dog’s happiness and health should not be forgotten about, along with our own. Trying to entertain everyone in the house now takes a little more creativity than before. There are many simple activities that can help you
Our mission at Little Dog has always been to connect our clients with the people who need them. We realize now, more than ever, our mission is essential. Since the beginning of the crisis in our country, social media and email marketing has become the primary way to reach target audiences and rapidly spread important information. Like many businesses across the nation, we understand what it’s like to face struggles we never knew we would
At Little Dog Social Media, our biggest focus is helping your business create a brand that resonates with potential customers. The content we post to your social media is one of the most important ingredients in our formula for your success! There are plenty of types of content that make a cohesive social media account, but you would be lost without these three: Informative Content shows potential clients you are an expert in your field.
As the winter months and freezing temperatures approach, it wouldn’t be a bad idea to brush up on pet safety. Not only do we want to keep our family warm and safe this winter, we also want to do the same for our dogs! Dogs are curious creatures who can wind up in all sorts of trouble. Winter weather brings harsh temperatures, snow storms, and new hiding places for our furry friends to stay warm.
Little Dog Social Media has always been a civically-minded company. We’ve held canned-food drives, collected items for rescue dogs, and participated in Breast Cancer Awareness Month activities for years! In 2018, our focus on giving shifted when one of our very own was in need. Two years ago, one of Little Dog’s employees was diagnosed with a brain tumor and took needed time away to undergo treatment. As a tight-knit work family, we felt it