Posts and tweets about puppy and kitten care

Posts and tweets about puppy and kitten care

Use your social media network to raise awareness about common puppy and kitten concerns.
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Jul 01, 2013
By dvm360.com staff

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

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

Bringing home a new puppy is exciting—and a bit overwhelming. Let us help! Come in & get a new #pet adoption kit. #petcare #pethealth

DYK? 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 fix these problems. #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


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