Posts and tweets about life stages

Posts and tweets about life stages

Use your social media network to raise awareness about veterinary care for dogs and cats at each stage of life.
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Nov 26, 2013
By dvm360.com staff

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Bringing a new puppy home is exciting—and a bit overwhelming. Let us help! Come in & we’ll talk about proper puppy care. #petcare #pethealth

Did you know? Certain breeds are more susceptible to ear infections. Find out if you should be on high alert with your puppy or kitten and let us teach you how to clean your pet’s ears.


Not sure what to feed your new little kitten? We have free diet samples to get her off on the right foot. #pet #petcare #pethealth

Fact: Young pets can be microchipped as early as 6 to 8 weeks of age. Call and set up an appointment to get your new love chipped as soon as possible!


ATTN new puppy & kitten owners: Pick up your complimentary adoption kit! It’s packed with samples, handouts & more. #petcare #pethealth

Pondering which treats to give your puppy or kitten? Ponder no more! We can hook you up with samples and coupons for goodies that are actually good for your pet.


Is potty training your new #pet a bust? We’ve got tips and tricks to help. Call us! #petcare #pethealth

True or false: Spaying or neutering your pet will reduce its instinct to protect your family and home. (It’s FALSE—discover the best time to spay/neuter your new puppy or kitten!)


Want your new #pet to live a long, healthy life? Start now! Let’s talk vaccines, exams, etc. #pethealth #petcare

Is your pet acting differently post-vaccination? It’s normal for puppies and kittens to have a mild fever, have a decreased appetite, or be a bit sluggish for a day or two after their booster vaccines. Check in with us just to be safe!


Over their lifetime, your #pets will be exposed to deadly infectious diseases. Prevent infection through vaccination! #pethealth #petcare

Q: How often does my pet need to be vaccinated? A: We’ll clue you in on state regulations and the best timing of other vaccinations as well. Come talk to us!


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

Did you know? Your pet may not show outward signs of illness, but hidden ailments have serious consequences if left untreated. That’s why annual wellness exams are so critical! Schedule a visit today for your pet.


As pets age, they often gain weight. Can you feel your #pet’s ribs? If not, we can help with a weight loss plan. #pethealth #petcare

Is your pet on a diet but still packing on the pounds? A medical condition (hypothyroidism, hyperadrenocorticism, Cushing’s disease) may be causing your dog’s excess weight. Bring him or her in and we’ll get to the bottom of it!


DYK? 70% of cats over 4 have dental disease? It’s so important for your #pet to receive proper dental care. Call us!

Dental disease is the most common health issue in pets, affecting 78% of dogs and 68% of cats. Does your dog or cat have bad breath, noticeable plaque or bleeding gums? These are all signs of disease. Call us today to schedule an exam!


Each female flea produces 40 to 50 eggs a day, that’s 100s within days. Prevention is key! Call us today. #pethealth #pets #petcare

Bugs on the outside and worms on the inside! Could any of these pests be causing health problems for your pet? Call us today for appointment and we’ll screen your dog or cat for common internal and external parasites.


Signs of disease in senior #pets: Increased thirst, repeated vomiting, bad breath, changes in appetite. Sound familiar? Call us! #petcare

Fact: Dogs and cats are prone to debilitating ailments as they age, such as kidney failure, heart disease, arthritis, dental disease, cancer, and cognitive dysfunction. This is why regular visits are so important!


Puppies have different nutritional requirements compared to older dogs. Let’s make a health and nutritional plan that’s right for your #pet.

You’ll start getting retirement pamphlets in the mail, but how do you know when your pet is considered a senior? There are many deciding factors—come on in and we’ll tell you all about them.



DYK? Just like people, aging cats and dogs need special care! Ask us how we can keep your senior #pet healthy. #pethealth #petcare

Do you equate your 10-year-old dog to a 70-year-old person? Visit our clinic and ask for an age equivalent chart. Then we can start focusing on the proper senior care for Scruffy.



Is Daphne getting older? She may need more frequent exams than when she was younger. Set up an appointment today! #petcare #pethealth

Good news: Improvements in veterinary care, diagnostics, and earlier intervention make it possible to enjoy pets longer. Call our clinic today for more information!



Senior pets are more likely to develop disease than juvenile or adult pets. Keep your old friends healthy & come visit us! #pethealth

Warning signs of disease to look for in senior pets: Gaining/losing weight, disorientation, excessive whining, lumps. If you see these signs in your pet, it’s time to bring her in!


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