Posts and tweets about vaccines

Posts and tweets about vaccines

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

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Has your #pet had his or her rabies shot? Dogs, cats, ferrets, horses should all be vaccinated! #pethealth #petcare

When was the last time Rex had his rabies shot? Dogs, cats, ferrets, horses, and livestock in frequent contact with humans should all be vaccinated. Contact us to set up an appointment.


The eradication of polio in people is an example of the power of vaccinations—and they’re just as important in #pets! #pethealth #petcare 

The virtual eradication of polio in people is just one example of the vital power provided by vaccinations. News flash: Vaccines are just as important in pets! Ask us why—we dare you.


Rabies is preventable and it still kills 55,000 people worldwide every year. Have your #pets been vaccinated? #pethealth #petcare 

Rabies is preventable and it still kills 55,000 people worldwide every year. Is your pet up-to-date on his rabies vaccine? Contact us to find out!


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

Throughout their lives, your pets will likely be exposed to several infectious diseases that can cause severe illness or even death. Prevent infection through vaccination! Call our practice and find out more.


Fact: If your #pet is bitten by a wild animal and not current on his rabies vaccine, he may have to be euthanized. #pethealth #petcare  

Fact: If your pup is bitten by a wild animal and isn’t current on his rabies vaccine, he may have to be euthanized. Let’s keep this heart-wrenching situation hypothetical—and vaccinate your pet today!


Q: How often does my #pet need to be vaccinated? A: We can tell you about state regulations and the best timing of other vaccinations!

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!


Q: What can I expect post-vaccination? A: It's normal for #pets to have a mild fever, little appetite, or be sluggish. Check in with us!       

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


For cats, core vaccines may include rabies, panleukopenia virus, herpesvirus, and calicivirus. Does your #pet have these? #petcare  

For cats, core vaccines may include rabies, panleukopenia virus, herpesvirus, and calicivirus. Does your kitty have all of these covered?


For dogs, core vaccines may include rabies, parvovirus, and adenovirus. Does your #pet have all of these? #pethealth #petcare

For dogs, core vaccines may include rabies, parvovirus, and adenovirus. Does your doggy have all of these covered?


Boarding #pets? Make sure they are vaccinated against Bordetella bronchiseptica, a bacteria that causes kennel cough. #pethealth #petcare

If you are boarding a pet, the facility may require vaccination against Bordetella bronchiseptica, a bacteria that causes a common and highly contagious disease known as kennel cough. We can help!


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