Social Media Calendar: May 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.

Do you have an awesome visual case (eg, fracture repair, bladder stone removal) to share? Take photos throughout the course of the diagnostic workup, treatment, surgery, and recovery. Craft together an educational and interesting post after the pet has fully returned to normal.

This Week:
May 25-31

Heat/Summer

MON

25

Not all dogs know how to swim. Your dog may need training before getting in the pool or lake. https://nyti.ms/32O1fsh

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Do you have an awesome visual case (eg, fracture repair, bladder stone removal) to share? Take photos throughout the course of the diagnostic workup, treatment, surgery, and recovery. Craft together an educational and interesting post after the pet has fully returned to normal.

Tip:

Do you have an awesome visual case (eg, fracture repair, bladder stone removal) to share? Take photos throughout the course of the diagnostic workup, treatment, surgery, and recovery. Craft together an educational and interesting post after the pet has fully returned to normal.

TUE

26

An increase in your cat's body temperature can lead to heat exhaustion, heat stroke, and even death. http://bit.ly/2TCBwyH

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WED

27

Cool your dog off with these cold treats! http://bit.ly/2TAryhq

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THU

28

Caring for your pet during a pandemic. http://bit.ly/3ayeMqR

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FRI

29

Contemplating cooling your cat with water? Read this first. http://bit.ly/38jOVAZ

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SAT

30

Play with your pet this summer—safely. http://bit.ly/2VIPAt3

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SUN

31

"I think the reason we're born with two hands is so we can pet two dogs at once." —Unknown

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