Social Media Calendar: October 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.

Update your cover photo regularly. A cover photo of the building does not give anyone the warm and fuzzies; plus, pet owners have likely already seen the outside of the building. Showcase photos of your patients and team instead.

This Week:
October 04-10

Oncology

MON

04

Cancer is one of the leading causes of death in older dogs. Here's what you should know. https://bit.ly/2XesePp

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Update your cover photo regularly. A cover photo of the building does not give anyone the warm and fuzzies; plus, pet owners have likely already seen the outside of the building. Showcase photos of your patients and team instead.

Tip:

Update your cover photo regularly. A cover photo of the building does not give anyone the warm and fuzzies; plus, pet owners have likely already seen the outside of the building. Showcase photos of your patients and team instead.

TUE

05

Changing a few habits can give your pet a longer, healthier life. https://bit.ly/39eZJTV

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WED

06

Weakness, lameness, and loss of appetite can be common clinical signs of this illness. https://bit.ly/392hGFh

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THU

07

These innovative treatments for cancer in pets can help them lead a longer, healthier life. https://bit.ly/3Cj5Tik

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FRI

08

That lump on your dog doesn't necessarily mean cancer! https://bit.ly/3EcmdDp

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SAT

09

What can you do to lower your cat’s risk of getting cancer? https://bit.ly/3k9GMYU

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SUN

10

Do you know how to check your dog for signs of skin cancer? https://bit.ly/3z39pvn

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