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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...
Mar 18, 2021
Laura Bush
Spring into April with These Social Media Ideas!
Happy April! Spring is in the air and depending on where you are located, flea, tick, and mosquito season may already be in full swing! Here in the upper Midwest, the weather may be a bit temperamental, but reports of ticks are starting to be shared. Wherever your location, it’s never too early to remind clients to be prepared. April is host to multiple...
Mar 01, 2021
Laura Bush
March's Social Media Gold for Veterinary Clinics
It has officially been an entire year since our world flipped upside down and COVID-19 was deemed a pandemic. Through it all, we have found ways to not just survive, but thrive. Hats off to you, veterinary industry! Let’s celebrate our achievements with some awesome posts that you can share on your clinic’s social media! Below are additional...
Dec 17, 2020
Laura Bush
January 2021 Social Media Posts for Veterinary Clinics
With a sigh of relief, 2020 is over. 2021 will certainly present its own unique sets of challenges, and after the year we just all had, we are ready to face them! Was your New Years Resolution to give some more love to your clinic’s social media? Well, you are in luck! Here are some great things to celebrate and share with your following for the...
Nov 04, 2020
Abby Henstein, Virtuwoof Co-Founder
National Pet Brands Continuing to Invest in Offering Veterinary Care Services
Abby Henstein, Virtuwoof Co-Founder, explains how locally owned and operated veterinary clinics have a distinct advantage over pet retailers and national pet brands.
Oct 26, 2020
Laura Bush
November 2020 Social Media Posts for Veterinary Clinics
  Wow — who can believe it is almost November! November is the month of thankfulness and there is plenty to be thankful for, despite all that COVID-19 has brought. There are also plenty of observances to notify followers of, calls to action to get those clients booking appointments, and fun ways to engage with followers!   Below are...
Oct 14, 2020
Stephanie Onken
Winter Curbside Strategies for Veterinary Clinics
The winter months are here, and are going to add a unique set of challenges to offering curbside care. We have suggestions to make things easier and run smoother!
Oct 02, 2020
Erin Potts
Keeping Remote Employees Busy During COVID-19
Even before COVID-19, the veterinary industry was already weeding their way through a pandemic of their own: a lack of candidates for open positions. With employees needing to work from home to stay safe (or in quarantine), clinic owners need ways to keep remote employees employed.
Sep 30, 2020
Laura Bush
October 2020 Social Media Posts for Veterinary Clinics
Fall is in full swing! Welcome to the season of pumpkin spice everything, gorgeous foliage, football, and crisp and cool weather. There are plenty of things to celebrate this month and fantastic opportunities to engage with your followers! Below are additional suggested social media posts for veterinary clinics this month. To use the posts on your...
Sep 30, 2020
Jessica Lee, CVPM
The Hidden Gem of Client Communication in These Unprecedented Times
COVID-19 has taught us many things, including how important clear communication is. PawsTime offers solutions and suggestions to ensure your veterinary clinic's communication strategies are effective.
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