Social Media Calendar: February 2020

Need an easy way to grow your practice’s social media presence? Use the ready-to-go posts and ideas below to update your pages every day.

Always include a call to action statement. Direct clients to the next step, ideally with a link or a button. Try ending your posts with the call to action text: “Click here to book your pet’s appointment” or “Call now so our team can assist you and your pet.”

This Week:
February 03-09

Dental

MON

03

How much do you know about your pet's dental health? http://bit.ly/2swEjzz

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Always include a call to action statement. Direct clients to the next step, ideally with a link or a button. Try ending your posts with the call to action text: “Click here to book your pet’s appointment” or “Call now so our team can assist you and your pet.”

Tip:

Always include a call to action statement. Direct clients to the next step, ideally with a link or a button. Try ending your posts with the call to action text: “Click here to book your pet’s appointment” or “Call now so our team can assist you and your pet.”

TUE

04

Ensuring your pet stays healthy and happy can help her be a calming companion. http://bit.ly/2Rd4oxX

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WED

05

By age 3, over 80% of dogs have some form of dental disease, which means there's a good chance your dog may be affected. http://bit.ly/2OIAXCf

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THU

06

Dental disease in cats can cause serious pain and discomfort, which can impact a cat’s quality of life and lead to a variety of health problems. http://bit.ly/2OKGI2l

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FRI

07

Highlight a dental promotion, discount, or tip for National Pet Dental Month.

SAT

08

Be proactive about your cat's dental care. http://bit.ly/3609aDe

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SUN

09

Your dog is 5 times more likely to get gum disease than you are. Learn how to prevent this common disease. http://bit.ly/2YcAOdi

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