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, […]
New Year’s Eve: A day for reminiscing with friends and family about the memories of another year gone by and bask in the excitement of new opportunities in the year to come. It can be a wonderful time of reflection and celebration for many, but did you know it is also one of biggest days […]
I think that it is important at Christmas to give thanks. So I want to thank all of you who have entrusted us to take care of your four legged fur babies over this last year and look forward to taking care of them in the upcoming year as well. Thank you to all of […]
It’s the time of year for gatherings full of loved ones, good food, and—let’s be real—a little chaos as everything and everyone comes together. We know that Thanksgiving can get a little hectic, so we’re sharing some of our top safety tips for this time of year: As snowflakes begin to fall, be on the […]
With there being so much smoke in the air from the wildfires, be sure that you watch your time as your pet’s time outside. The dogs that already have problems breathing will be more susceptible to the smoke and will have a hard time being outside.
School will be starting again before you know it. Get your vacation planned before the kids go back to school and don’t forget to book your dog at Wiggle Butt Sitters!
It’s that time of year again when the fireworks are going off almost nightly. We know many of our fur babies are not fans of the loud noises. So, this is just a friendly reminder to watch your fur kids closely, especially when outside. We hope you and your pets all have a safe and […]