Pets Of The Week – Ceol & Orca

Ceol and Orca have been friends of Little Bay Pet Services for many years. Their pet parents love to travel so Ceol and Orca’s pet sitters Linda, Kim and Luanne make sure that they are well taken care of while their Mom and Dad enjoy their trips. Ceol is sure to greet her sitters at […]

Pet Of The Week – Hans

Hans has been a friend of Little Bay Pet Services for over 5 years now. He enjoys his walks with all of his sitters. Hans is a very sociable boy and takes pleasure in greeting other dogs along his walking route. He will always let you know where all the other cats and dogs live […]

5 Cat-Owner CATastrophes to Avoid

Cats have a reputation for being self-sufficient loners who don’t need any special attention or care, but that’s a feline fallacy for sure — in fact, it’s the opposite of the truth. It’s important to recognize that cats have specific needs, some of which may not seem obvious at first glance.  Whether you’re bringing home […]

Pet Of The Week – Mischa

Little Bay Pet Services has been visiting Mischa for many years now. Mischa is a sweet, loving girl. She spends her days sleeping in a sunny upstairs room but always comes running down to greet her sitter. Mischa’s favorite moments are spent sitting with her sitter and getting a relaxing brushing. In the warmer months, […]

Is Every Dog a Natural Swimmer?

Some people mistakenly believe all dogs have a “swimming gene” and are born with the natural ability to swim. But the reality is that while most dogs instinctively make a paddling motion if they happen to wind up in water, it’s often the extent of their ability to swim. Not every dog paddle is effective […]

Pet Of The Week – Olivia

Olivia is a long time friend of Little Bay Pet Services. Her sitter Kim has been walking her since 2010. Olivia, or Ollie as she is often called is a black lab mix. She is a shy, nervous dog so Kim has been her only dog walker to keep things consistent. When Kim first started […]

Can Pets Get the West Nile or Zika Virus?

As summer begins, news programs are rife with stories about the Zika and West Nile viruses. Infectious disease specialists warn about the potential for disease in people. But what about your pets – are they at risk, too? West Nile Virus in People and Horses Once limited to Africa, Europe, India, the Middle East, Asia […]

Top 10 Fourth of July Pet Safety Tips

Like many Americans, you may be planning to have a festive Fourth of July. Along with barbeques and day at the beach, no July holiday celebration would be complete without enjoying the fireworks that celebrate the birth of our nation. Perhaps you are considering staying at home and planning a get-together with friends and family. […]

Why Are Dogs Afraid of Fireworks?

Do fireworks scare your dog? He’s not alone. While they’re fun for humans, the loud, unexpected sounds of fireworks cause stress and anxiety for a lot of dogs. Before July 4th rolls around, here are eleven things to know about why your dog gets anxious and what you can do to help. 1. It’s normal […]

Pets Of The Week – Riley

The sitters at Little Bay Pet Services have been walking Riley since 2010. Riley is a super friendly lab as most labs are. She loves it when her sitters arrive for her walks! No matter what the weather is she is ready to get out and walk the neighborhood. She is always excited to meet […]