Social Media Calendar: September 2019

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This Week:
September 09-15

Activities/Enrichment

MON

09

Here are 10 ways to keep your cat happy and healthy. http://bit.ly/2JBWFDZ

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Start blogging! From educating your clients and creating new social media content to driving web traffic and increasing your search engine ranking, a blog has many potential benefits for your practice. It's easier than you think, so give it a try!

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Start blogging! From educating your clients and creating new social media content to driving web traffic and increasing your search engine ranking, a blog has many potential benefits for your practice. It's easier than you think, so give it a try!

TUE

10

Learn how to turn play biting into playtime for your pup. http://bit.ly/32qVC2p

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WED

11

Try these low-cost, low-maintenance, and high-reward enrichment activities for your dog. http://bit.ly/2JxL9tA

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THU

12

Learn how, with some practice and patience, you can train your cat to walk on a leash. http://bit.ly/2JoiqIz

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FRI

13

Birds are intelligent, social creatures; these games can help keep them engaged and happy. http://bit.ly/2LHZcPO

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SAT

14

Shake up your cat's routine with some fun, new ways to play. http://bit.ly/2JDBXnA

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SUN

15

Careful management and consistent training may help lessen your dogs fear of strangers. http://bit.ly/2XBJjS0

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