Little Paws Pet Services

Little Paws Pet Services Mainly open from Monday-Friday from 10-6pm with some Saturdays hours per month.. please text us for more information 703-209-6382

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Cutie 💕🥰

Lol sleepy boy 🥰

Lol sleepy boy 🥰


Yay!! We’re finally moved in to our new location at
1 Frye Ct. Lovettsville, Va 20180



Mad mitten (Buddha)

Mad mitten (Buddha)


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Many of you may have heard that there has been a Tiger residing in the Bronx Zoo that has tested positive for COVID-19…
To date four household pets have tested positive for SARS-CoV-2 - two dogs in Hong Kong, a Cat in Hong Kong, and a Cat in Belgium.
Each of these animals’ owners had COVID-19. Although the animals apparently picked up viral particles shed by their human companions, none of the Hong Kong pets showed signs of illness consistent with COVID-19. The Belgian cat, however, did become sick, showing signs about a week after its owner became ill.
These occurrences do raise the question - Can our pets become part of the COVID-19 transmission chain.
Veterinarians and other health experts say there is no cause for owners to abandon their animals for fear of catching the disease — if anything, it's the pets that should be kicking us out.
There is no evidence that pets can transmit the virus back to people. "I think it's far more likely that they'll get it from the person that's shedding large amounts of virus, rather than the other way around," said Dr. Melissa Kennedy, a virologist at the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine.
Medical experts say the real threat lies in human-to-human transmission. While some pet species may be able to pick up infections, that doesn't mean they play a role in spreading the virus. Still, research is ongoing, and owners should include their pets when practicing COVID-19 precautions.
• If you are not ill with COVID-19, you can interact with your pet as you normally would, including walking, feeding, and playing. You should continue to practice good hygiene during those interactions (e.g., wash hands before and after interacting with your pet; ensure your pet is kept well-groomed; regularly clean your pet’s food and water bowls, bedding material, and toys).
• Out of an abundance of caution, it is recommended that those ill with COVID-19 limit contact with animals until more information is known about the virus. Have another member of your household take care of walking, feeding, and playing with your pet. If you have a service animal or you must care for your pet, then wear a facemask; don’t share food, kiss, or hug them; and wash your hands before and after any contact with them.
• As always, careful handwashing and other infection control practices can greatly reduce the chance of spreading any disease. The National Association of State Public Health Veterinarians’ (NASPHV) compendium of standard precautions is a good reference for appropriate infection control in veterinary practices
Market Street Animal Clinic will continue to provide services following every health precaution recommendation. Please feel free to call or email with any questions.
Dr. Katie Kuchinsky and Market Street Family
(Information provided by Melissa Kennedy Virologist University of Tennessee, Veterinary Medicine and AVMA)

Minor plaque and tartar removal services 😊😊

Minor plaque and tartar removal services 😊😊

Are you thinking of buying a doodle, Cockapoo, bernadoodle, or any Poodle cross?  Have you got one of these puppies and ...

Are you thinking of buying a doodle, Cockapoo, bernadoodle, or any Poodle cross? Have you got one of these puppies and been told they don't need grooming until they are a year old, or that their coat maintenance is easy? If so please read this. (The original post was written by an unknown groomer but I have edited it quite a lot! Please feel free to share.)

Poodle crosses (cockapoos, doodles, maltipoos etc.) are not "easy breeds" to maintain. The photo attached (shared from another groomer) shows how matting forms at the skin. By looking at this dog's top coat, you may not see the knots and you may not feel them as you would a knot on the ends of the fur but under that fluffy top layer this is going on. Once it starts its very difficult/ impossible to brush out... and even if you could it would be cruel to put the dog through it. Maintenance at home has to be more than a quick once over for these dogs if you want to keep them in that fluffy coat which was probably one of the reasons you chose a poodle cross in the first place. You really need to sit down with a brush and then a metal comb and make sure you can get it through the entire body at least 2 to 3 times a week.

I often feel like owners don't believe groomers when they say their dog has to be clipped very short. I always hear "I know he/she is matted, but leave as much as you can". You cannot clip through matting, you can only clip under it. As this photo shows, clipping under the matting means taking the coat back to the skin.
I promise you, your groomer really doesn't want to do this but they won't hurt your dog by putting it through dematting, they also don't want to hurt their reputation when the clients go around complaining about how the last groomer "scalped" their dog but there really is not any alternative. Instead of being angry with your groomer if they clip your dog very short please respect their commitment to do what is in your dog's best interest, accept responsibility for not having brushed your dog properly at home, and work with your groomer because, together, you can prevent this happening again. All groomers will be very happy to demonstrate a technique called line brushing which will help make your grooming at home more effective. Just ask! We all want owners to know how to do this

Poodle crosses are easily one of the highest maintenance dogs in reference to their coats. The combination of the soft coat they are mixing poodles with these days is a coat that is extremely prone to matting.

If you like a fluffy pup, you probably need to consider no more than 3-5 week intervals between grooming and set aside time for regular brushing AND combing at home.

Please know, if you bathe your poodle cross you really need to blow dry and brush out right after. Moisture, be it a bath, rain, swimming, snow etc are all going to make matting worse. If you know your dog is already matted-- bathing is only going to make it worse! Brush out before the bath.

Lastly "breeders" who say these dogs can't or shouldnt be clipped and not to give them a hair cut until they are one year old are misleading potential owners in order to sell puppies and setting them up for a sad day when they finally take their pup to the groomer.

If this hasn't put you off buying one please schedule your puppy's first groom immediately after they've had their vaccinations and then be prepared to do the maintenance at home between regular professional grooms.


Make sure animals have constant access to water and shade and do not let them exercise too much. Report animals in distress.




1 Frye Court
Lovettsville, VA

Opening Hours

Tuesday 10:30am - 6pm
Wednesday 10:30am - 6pm
Thursday 10:30pm - 6pm
Friday 10:30am - 6pm





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Little Paws Pet Services was founded in 2014. We are a family owned and operated home-based pet salon. Angie Frank owner stylist with many years of experience as a vet assistant and now trained professionally as a pet stylist will welcome your furry friend as her own. Because we are a home based pet salon we have a small volume of clients at one time, this allows us to never rush to complete every step carefully with patience to avoid any stress and mishaps. This results in a much safer grooming experience and allows time for the groomer to bond with your pets and build trust.

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Hello! Sent you a msg to make an appointment for my senior golden who is going to her forever home next week. Thanks!! :-)
Hi! Where do you offer these services?
Thanks Angie for taking great care of our little guy Grady the Pug. He was smiling and looking good after you were all done. We'll definitely be seeing you again really soon. :)