Social Media Calendar: March 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.

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This Week:
March 16-22

Toxicology

MON

16

What did your pet ingest? http://bit.ly/2FsmkgM

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Caption your videos whenever possible. As 85% of videos are watched without sound, adding captions can increase watch times. Try Facebook’s free auto-generate caption feature, or use a service like Rev.com to get captions for just $1/minute.

Tip:

Caption your videos whenever possible. As 85% of videos are watched without sound, adding captions can increase watch times. Try Facebook’s free auto-generate caption feature, or use a service like Rev.com to get captions for just $1/minute.

TUE

17

Let’s paws the celebration for a moment to cover these St. Patrick’s Day pet safety tips. http://bit.ly/2FsmYuI

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WED

18

You need to act quickly if you suspect your pet has gotten in something toxic. Know what to do before the situation arises. http://bit.ly/39DeVcq

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THU

19

Keep your pet safe this spring with these seasonal poison prevention tips. http://bit.ly/2SYEfDL

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FRI

20

Dog caught a toad? Toad venom toxicity is a health emergency. http://bit.ly/2N21JUW

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SAT

21

Have you ever wondered if a particular household cleaning product or human medication is poisonous to your pet? This guide can help answer your questions. http://bit.ly/37Fej4d

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SUN

22

Vaping chemicals or oils can lead to toxic overdose in animals. http://bit.ly/2QUeMbU

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