Social Media Calendar: July 2019

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.

Generation Z is starting to graduate from college, and they prefer Snapchat and Instagram to Facebook. If you’re not already, it might be time to start experimenting on social media.

This Week:
July 01-07

Zoonoses

MON

01

Did you know that in the US cats have become the most common domestic animal to be infected with rabies? Learn the signs and how to keep your pet and family safe. https://www.bit.ly/2ZNoz7z

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Generation Z is starting to graduate from college, and they prefer Snapchat and Instagram to Facebook. If you’re not already, it might be time to start experimenting on social media.

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Generation Z is starting to graduate from college, and they prefer Snapchat and Instagram to Facebook. If you’re not already, it might be time to start experimenting on social media.

TUE

02

How do pets and people become infected with Giardia? https://www.bit.ly/2VgGgOk

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WED

03

Protect yourself and your cat from toxoplasmosis. https://www.bit.ly/2PJU5yp

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THU

04

Do fireworks send your dog into a frenzy? Take these steps to keep him calm. https://www.bit.ly/2E0cbrm

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FRI

05

Salmonella seems to be everywhere, but prevention may be easier than you think. https://www.bit.ly/2GXfBgp

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SAT

06

"Though often neither the veterinarian nor the animal owner realizes it, every day veterinarians protect the health of animal owners by vaccinating against or diagnosing and treating zoonotic diseases." Learn more about World Zoonoses Day. https://www.bit.ly/2VcsZWE

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SUN

07

What is tularemia, also known as rabbit fever? https://www.bit.ly/2LiVzBa

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