Facebook posts and tweets
Do you feel stuck when it comes to educating clients about this common veterinary issue? Here are a couple of ways to get conversation flowing.
Your clients probably don’t know about low thyroid hormones, even though they could be seeing the signs. These social media posts can help.
This social media campaign will help you teach your veterinary clients to better read their aging feline friends.
Looking for new ways to bring up tick preventives on your veterinary practice’s Facebook account? We’ve got posts for that.
Show these gentle, fluffy giants some love with these breed of the month social media posts.
Bo Obama inspired many to adopt a member of this brainy dog breed. Use these Facebook posts and tweets to engage these dog owners.
Pre-prepared Facebook posts and tweets that exercise social media channels to help your overweight veterinary patients.
Your veterinary clients likely won't volunteer that they're seeing signs of this disease in their senior pets, so make sure you're asking and educating with this social media campaign.
Use these informational social media posts to educate veterinary clients on otitis externa and other ear-related diseases.
America's favorite dog: Celebrate Labrador Retrievers with these social media posts for veterinary practices
Use these Facebook posts and tweets to engage Lab owners.
Gentle giants: Appeal to veterinary clients with Bernese Mountain Dogs using these social media posts
Engage owners online with facts to remind them to schedule a visit.
Posting educational and fun facts online can engage owners of every breed.
Use your social media network to educate clients and raise awareness about flea facts and figures with these tweets and posts.
Use your social media network to educate veterinary clients and raise awareness about tick facts and figures with these tweets and posts.
Use your social media network to educate clients and raise awareness about heartworm disease in cats with these tweets and posts.
Help your veterinary clients forget the fright and keep pets safe this Halloween.
Use these Facebook posts and tweets to educate clients before they adopt a new pet.
Teach clients the dos and don'ts of interacting with and managing an aggressive dog using these posts and tweets.
In an era of parents sensitive to the issue of children's vaccines, these tweets and Facebook posts can explain the importance of pet vaccinations to veterinary clients.
Help clients understand what could be causing their pet's head-shaking and ear-scratching through social media.