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Oct 14, 2021
Erin Potts
Veterinary Technician Appreciation Week!
Where would we be without our beloved Veterinary Technicians as we do our best to keep our heads above water during these insanely busy times? Probably drowning, that’s where! Though it’s wise to praise and appreciate our Vet Techs all year round, this year’s National Veterinary Technician Week from October 17-23 is an especially important...
Sep 20, 2021
Laura Bush
Fantastic Fall Ideas for Your October Social Media!
October is here! It’s time for fall foliage, football, pumpkin spice lattes, and all things spooky! Break out that chunky sweater, cuddle up, and check out these fantastic ideas for keeping your clients informed and engaged this October!  Below are additional suggested social media posts for veterinary clinics this month. To use the posts...
Aug 23, 2021
Laura Bush
Set Your Sights on September Social Media!
Happy September! Fall is waiting for us right around the corner, and a fresh start in a new season is just what the veterinarian ordered. Keep your clients entertained and educated this back-to-school season with these helpful social media post ideas!  Below are additional suggested social media posts for veterinary clinics this month. To use...
Jul 16, 2021
Laura Bush
Celebrate DOGust With These Great Social Media Ideas!
Welcome to the dog days of summer! With no signs of slowing down, August is packed with great pet-related observances and opportunities to kick start your clinic's social media. Celebrate DOGust right and getbarking on planning your posts! Below are additional suggested social media posts for veterinary clinics...
Jul 12, 2021
Chris Myers
What You Need to Know About Veterinary Websites (and Four Things You Should Be Checking Every Month)
You have a million things to think about as you operate your business: how do I handle all these clients, are my staff happy, what the heck did that dog swallow and how am I going to have to deal with this? Do you really have to think about a website, too? Well, the short answer is it’s 2021, so yes. However, to help separate what is worth your...
Jun 28, 2021
Laura Bush
Fresh Out of Summertime Social Media Content? We've Got You Covered!
Oh, sweet summertime! Swimming, barbeques, family outings, outdoor adventures - what could be better? This edition of our blog is focused on safety to help you help your clients enjoy the summertime while keeping the dangers that this season brings in mind! Below are additional suggested social media posts for veterinary...
May 26, 2021
Laura Bush
Take Some Stress Out of Your Summer with These Hot Social Ideas!
HOORAY for June! Warm weather, summertime activities, and long days outdoors are incoming! What are you looking forward to most this summer? If you said relaxing poolside and snacking on watermelon, you're in luck because we are taking the stress out of posting with these great social media ideas!   Below are additional suggested social...
May 11, 2021
Dr. Jennifer Peters, DABVP
Which Preventative Medications are Best for Your Practice?
Preventative medication is a topic that has changed dramatically in the last 10 years due to the introduction of dozens of new products. Some of these products are new formulations, whereas others are ‘new’ but like other pre-existing products. With the influx of products, how do you know which ones to use in your practice? When making decisions...
Apr 21, 2021
Laura Bush
Help Your Clinic Bloom With Social Media This May
We hope those April showers are bringing you May flowers! Between the yearly onslaught of fleas, ticks, and mosquitoes and continuing curbside or reopening your lobbies and exam rooms to clients, we know your plate is packed! Here are some social media ideas you can use for the month of May to keep things just a little bit easier for you.   Below...
Apr 13, 2021
Elizabeth Racine, DVM
Atopic Dermatitis in Companion Animals
It is that time of year again: allergy season. Like humans, our canine and feline patients suffer from the influx of pollen, dust, and other allergens that herald the coming of spring. Pruritic skin disease is one of the most common reasons why pets are brought to the veterinary clinic each year, and allergies are a frequent diagnosis. However, despite...
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