Fear Free fodder for your veterinary practice’s social media platforms

Fear Free fodder for your veterinary practice’s social media platforms

Get these image-text combos in front of pet owners’ eyeballs to help them learn the ins and outs of Fear Free—and schedule a low-stress visit with your hospital.
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May 31, 2017

With a little help from Adobe Spark, we created these Fear Free social media images for you to steal—er, borrow—for your own veterinary client outreach.

Click to enlarge image. Credit: Getty Images, Adobe SparkText-only tweet: Smell that? Nope, us either, but your pet has a super-sensitive nose. We have calming pheromones everywhere to make visits better for them.

Click to enlarge image. Credit: Shutterstock.com, Adobe SparkClick to enlarge image. Credit: Shutterstock.com, Adobe SparkText-only tweet: Pet nervous about coming in? Call us from your car and we can come to you! We will go out of our way to make vet care less scary.

Click to enlarge image. Credit: Shutterstock.com, Adobe SparkText-only tweet: Let's make this all about that pet! Our patients' comfort and safety come first, so we may get down on the floor with your pet to treat him.

Click to enlarge image. Credit: Getty Images, Adobe SparkText-only tweet: No one wants a vet visit to be scary, especially not your pet. We may wrap your pet in a towel or compression garment so he feels secure.

Click to enlarge image. Credit: Shutterstock.com, Adobe SparkText-only tweet: We want comfortable and secure pets. We may ask to do treatments on your lap where your pet feels the safest. Please participate if you can.

Click to enlarge image. Credit: Getty Images, Adobe SparkText-only tweet: We know your pet's stomach is the way to his heart. Please bring him in hungry, so we can make him feel at home.

Click to enlarge image. Credit: Getty Images, Adobe SparkText-only tweet: Does your pet have a favorite bed or blanket? Bring it for your visit and we will use it to make things feel safer.

Click to enlarge image. Credit: Getty Images, Adobe SparkText-only tweet: Sometimes the car ride is worse than the vet visit! Ask us for ways to make it better.

Click to enlarge image. Credit: Getty Images, Adobe SparkText-only tweet: Cats do NOT have to hate their carrier! Feed meals in it every day so it becomes a happy place.