Stay Home & Stay Safe

Stay Home & Stay Safe

It is uncertain times that we are living in at the moment. Everyone is being advised to stay home and be safe. But you still can walk your dog every day and that helps get you out of the house and a little extra vitamin D. Sierra misses having dogs over, but hopefully life will […]

New Years

New Years

It is almost 2020, we wanted to thank all those people that used Wiggle Butt Sitters this past year to watch their pets. We wish you a safe and happy new year and look forward to seeing you again in 2020. Thank you for the business and trusting us with your fur babies.

Christmas

Christmas

We are actually full for Christmas already. But if you need someone for December 27th through New Years, we still have openings available for those dates. Happy Holidays and safe travels from Wiggle Butt Sitters.

Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving

We still have openings for Thanksgiving, so if you are traveling, let your dog stay with us while you are away. Safe travels and enjoy your time with your friends and family.

Holidays

Holidays

Believe it or not, but we are already getting reservation requests for Thanksgiving and Christmas. So if you know that you are traveling for the holidays, please get your reservation in early before we fill up.

Labor Day

Labor Day

Labor Day is almost here and your last chance to do things with the kids before school starts. If you don’t want to take your dog with you, then drop them off at WiggleButt Sitters and we will take care of your fur baby while you are gone.

Fireworks

Fireworks

Before you head out to enjoy the fireworks for the 4th of July, please make sure that your dog is safely inside the house and can’t hear what is going on outside. Most dogs are petrified of fireworks and will run and seek shelter where ever they can. More pets run away on the Fourth […]

Warmer Weather

Warmer Weather

Never leave children, disabled or elderly adults or pets in parked, unattended vehicles! Studies have shown that the temperature inside a parked vehicle can rapidly rise to dangerous levels for people and pets. Leaving the windows slightly open does not significantly decrease the heating rate. The effects can be more severe on children because their […]