Posts and tweets about senior pets

Posts and tweets about senior pets

Use your social media network to educate clients and raise awareness about senior pets with these tweets and posts.
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May 01, 2013
By dvm360.com staff

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

#Pets are prone to debilitating ailments (kidney failure, heart disease, cancer) as they age. Regular visits are so darn important! #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 darn important!


Warning signs in senior #pets: Increased thirst, repeated vomiting, bad breath, changes in appetite. Sound familiar? Call us ASAP! #petcare

Warning signs to look for in senior pets: Increased thirst and urination, repeated vomiting, bad breath, drooling, or changes in appetite. Sound familiar? Call us ASAP!


How do you know when your #pet is considered a senior? Come on in and we’ll tell you all about it. #petcare #pethealth

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 how old Scruffy is in human years? Ask for an age equivalent chart. Then we can start focusing on the proper senior care for your #pet.

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.


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

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


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

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


Good news: Improvements in veterinary care, diagnostics, and earlier intervention make it possible to enjoy #pets longer. Ask us how!

Good news: Improvements in veterinary care, diagnostics, and earlier intervention make it possible to enjoy pets longer. Ask us how!


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

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


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

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


Warning signs to look for in senior #pets: Gaining/losing weight, disorientation, excessive whining, lumps. Come in and we’ll talk about it!

Warning signs to look for in senior pets: Gaining/losing weight, disorientation, excessive whining, lumps. Come in and we’ll talk about it!


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