Gentle giants: Appeal to veterinary clients with Bernese Mountain Dogs using these social media posts

Gentle giants: Appeal to veterinary clients with Bernese Mountain Dogs using these social media posts

Engage owners online with facts to remind them to schedule a visit.
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Jul 31, 2015
By dvm360.com staff

Many Bernese Mountain Dog owners think their dogs are a big deal! One way to engage them and clients who own other breeds is to start a Breed of the Month theme on your social media networks. Here are some premade tweets and Facebook posts you can use about Bernese Mountain Dogs:

Tweets: Just press the Twitter buttons below and log in to tweet these messages.

Facebook posts: Copy the type, log into Facebook, and paste the type into the status field.

The breed of the month is the #Bernese Mountain Dog. Send us pics of your beautiful Mountain Dogs for us to share online! #BreedOfTheMonth

The breed of the month is the Bernese Mountain Dog. Send us pics of your beautiful Mountain Dogs for us to share online!


In one U.K. survey, the oldest reported  Mountain Dog was 15.2 years. Routine checkups help your dog live longer!

In one U.K. survey, the oldest reported  Mountain Dog was 15.2 years. How old is your Mountain Dog? Routine checkups help your dog live longer!


   Mountain Dogs can suffer from neck pain, stiff gait and fever. Come see us if you're worried about these signs.

Bernese Mountain Dogs are predisposed to a condition commonly known as “beagle pain syndrome.” This causes neck pain, a stiff gait and a fever. Come see us if your Bernese Mountain Dog is showing these signs. We want your dog to be happy and healthy!


 Mountain Dogs can have a condition similar to Lou Gehrig's disease. We have a test to see if your dog's at risk.

Bernese Mountain Dogs can develop a condition similar to Lou Gehrig’s disease. Are you nervous your Mountain Dog is at risk for it? Come visit us for the test!


 Mountain Dogs are prone to a disease that makes it harder for blood to clot. Ask about it during your next visit.

Bernese Mountain Dogs are prone to a disease that makes it harder for blood to clot. Be sure to ask about it during your next visit because we want to make sure you understand your dog's health needs!


 Mountain Dogs have a genetic risk of inflamed kidneys. Come visit us to get your dog checked out!

Bernese Mountain Dogs have a genetic risk of inflamed kidneys. Come visit us to get your dog checked out!