We are booked for New Year’s Eve, but wanted to take this time to also tell everyone thank you for letting us take care of your dogs in 2018. We look forward to seeing you in 2019 and Happy Holidays!
Merry Christmas to all of our customers. We have you have safe travels and get to spend quality time with your family and pets this holiday season. We have a few openings starting on the 27th to the New Year in case you need them. Please go to www.rover.com to see what is available.
We only have one spot open for Thanksgiving. If you know you are traveling, don’t forget your fur baby and where they are going to stay when you are gone.
The holiday season is almost upon us. Please plan ahead and get your reservation to hold your place for the holidays. We do typically fill up completely for Thanksgiving and Christmas.
We require that dogs that stay at Wiggle Butt Sitters be fixed for everyone’s safety. We don’t want dogs fighting or trying to hump one another because they can’t control themselves. So for the dog’s health and safety, please fix your dog. Thanks for using Wiggle Butt Sitters!
Now that is it getting warmer, be sure not to leave your dogs in the car for very long. Every year, dogs suffer and die when their guardians make the mistake of leaving them in a parked car—even for “just a minute”—while they run an errand. Parked cars are deathtraps for dogs: On a 78-degree […]
We are not fans of the retractable leashes for dogs and recommend that you use a regular leash instead. We have found that the dogs that come with retractable leashes tend to pull and zig zag around you instead of staying by your side like they are supposed to. Here are some reasons not to […]
As the weather starts to get nicer, people are going to want to travel (spring break, vacations, etc.), just don’t forget about your pet. If you can’t take them along with you, then make sure that you have a sitter lined up to take care of your fur babies. Go to rover.com to make your […]
People food is not meant for dogs and shouldn’t be fed to them. We have too many preservatives and sodium in our food that dogs simply don’t need, so feed them dog food that gives them the nutrition that they need. Also don’t encourage them to beg for food, this makes it awkward for the […]
Make sure that you work with your dog on basic commands. Dogs need to know their name, to be able to come when called, to sit, and to be able to walk on a leash. Basic commands should be worked on every day and the dog can be rewarded with treats or positive reinforcement (love, […]