Social Media Calendar: October 2019

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.

Show your support for local businesses you have a relationship with—from the company that embroiders your scrubs to the print shop that printed your business cards. Use your social media channels to tag and thank them for a job well done, and hopefully they'll do the same for you in the future!

This Week:
October 07-13

Wellness

MON

07

How to add years to your pet's life. http://bit.ly/2OzwaVx

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Show your support for local businesses you have a relationship with—from the company that embroiders your scrubs to the print shop that printed your business cards. Use your social media channels to tag and thank them for a job well done, and hopefully they'll do the same for you in the future!

Tip:

Show your support for local businesses you have a relationship with—from the company that embroiders your scrubs to the print shop that printed your business cards. Use your social media channels to tag and thank them for a job well done, and hopefully they'll do the same for you in the future!

TUE

08

Regular grooming and nail clipping can help prevent a number of health problems for your dog. http://bit.ly/2GIDB6q

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WED

09

Don't be embarrassed to ask your veterinarian these simple questions that may save your pet's life. http://bit.ly/2Kl95R0

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THU

10

Changing a few habits can give your pet a longer, healthier life. http://bit.ly/2T3bN1Q

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FRI

11

Does your pet need a yearly checkup? http://bit.ly/2ztGzbU

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SAT

12

Provide information on your wellness exams and any promotions you may be running.

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SUN

13

Clean teeth can help your dog get a clean bill of health. http://bit.ly/2GUabCL

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