Social Media Calendar: February 2021

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.

For social media posts, quality is more important than quantity. Aim for 3 to 5 posts per week, but always prioritize content that is valuable to both your followers and the practice.

This Week:
February 22-28

Gastrointestinal

MON

22

Did you know food moves through a dog's GI tract 3 times faster than in a human? https://bit.ly/33zNWxe

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Tip:

For social media posts, quality is more important than quantity. Aim for 3 to 5 posts per week, but always prioritize content that is valuable to both your followers and the practice.

Tip:

For social media posts, quality is more important than quantity. Aim for 3 to 5 posts per week, but always prioritize content that is valuable to both your followers and the practice.

TUE

23

Is it normal for your cat to vomit so often? https://bit.ly/3qmOJLK

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WED

24

Can you recognize the warning signs of GI stasis in rabbits? https://bit.ly/39zuNPJ

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THU

25

What should your cat's droppings look like? https://bit.ly/2KVDZ6x

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FRI

26

What causes your dog's stinky gas, and what can you do about it? http://wb.md/2KvJb0O

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SAT

27

A loss of appetite and teeth grinding could be signs your ferret is suffering from this condition. https://bit.ly/39CnOWa

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SUN

28

Does your senior dog have frequent accidents in the house? https://bit.ly/33CAF77

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