These are the lively five who can take your on-line presence to the next level! Melanie is the Pack Leader, while Jamie, Shanna, and Addye are the Account Groomers! This team is also home to our Content Manager, Nate!
These are the fierce four who know how to add some spunk to their content and make it original! Misti is the Pack Leader, while Amy, Mary Beth, and Jessica C. are the Account Groomers!
These fabulous five know how to make your social media site stand out amongst the rest! Elissa is the Pack Leader, while Racheal, Aimee, and Heather are the Account Groomers!
They are the fantastic four who deliver awesome results to their clients! Beth is the Pack Leader, while Jesse, Jessica, and Whitney are the Account Groomers!
These witty five work mainly on daily operations and any tasks that are related to Little Dog! Shelly is our office manager. Jessica is our New Business Developer. Cherish is our Marketing Hound and Becky is our Senior Account Groomer.
At Little Dog Social Media, we care about our local community! During the months of January and February 2019, Little Dog Social Media raised over $320 for the Allegany County Animal Shelter. With these funds, we purchased items from the shelters wish list to supply the animals with food and toys. At Little Dog Social Media, we enjoy pets and taking care of furbabies!
In the beginning of 2019, the Little Dog team decided to make healthier life choices throughout the year. This was considered our New Year’s resolution for the entire team! Each member has set their own personal goal for the year, while the rest of the team acts as a support system. Here are some recent success stories from a few of our team members: Elissa: Quit smoking as of January 1st and has lost a
Having a pet is a lot of fun, but that’s not the only reason to get one! Studies conducted by the renowned veterinarian, Dr. Jeff Werber, have shown that pet ownership comes with a whole host of benefits. Some of these benefits include reduced loneliness, becoming more active, higher engagement with the community, being more forgiving, handling emotions better, and becoming less stressed. Let’s take a closer look at each of these benefits: Less Lonely: