Posts and tweets about annual exams

Posts and tweets about annual exams

Use your social media network to stress the importance of yearly check-ups to veterinary clients.
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Jun 01, 2013
By dvm360.com staff

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Myth #245: Indoor cats don’t need preventive care. Schedule Roxy’s annual exam and we’ll set the record straight. #pet #pethealth #petcare

If we haven’t seen your pets all year, then painful conditions could be going undetected and untreated. Set up an appointment today so we can be sure everything is A-OK.


Has your #pet been acting strange lately? Set up an appointment and get answers to your questions. #pethealth #petcare

Want to be the best pet owner possible? We’d love to help you reach that goal. Treat your pet to a wellness examination!


When was the last time we saw your #pet? The more we see your cat or dog, the sooner we can detect problems. #petcare

When you don’t bring your pets in for regular exams, we can’t spot conditions like heartworm disease or kidney failure. Set up a time so we can examine your cat or dog.


Think you only need to visit for your #pets’ vaccinations? Think again. Pets need regular exams so we can ID #pethealth problems. #petcare

DYK? Your pet may not show outward signs of illness, but hidden ailments have serious consequences if left untreated. Schedule a visit for your pet’s physical.


Myth #102: Cats don’t need veterinary care. We need to examine those felines at least once a year!

 


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