Celebrate National Kidney Month by Educating Pet Owners

Your clients are invested in their pet’s health, but do they understand the role that the kidneys play in their pet’s overall health? 

March is National Kidney Month, which makes it the perfect opportunity to educate pet owners on kidney health and the important role regular checkups and screening play in catching kidney disease as early as possible. 

Start the conversation by sharing these posts and captions on your practice’s social media channels. If you’re feeling creative, you can even create your own captions!

Get your whole team involved, and don’t forget to continue the conversation in face-to-face interactions with pet owners during wellness visits.

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Ask us how simple tests can check your cat’s kidney health.

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Ask us how simple tests can check your dog’s kidney health.

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Did you know that simple tests can tell us if your cat’s kidneys are healthy even before your pet shows signs of being sick?

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Did you know that simple tests can tell us if your dog’s kidneys are healthy even before your pet shows signs of being sick?

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What do grapes, pain medications like Advil and Aleve, and antifreeze have in common? They can all cause damage to your pet’s kidneys. Be sure to keep them out of reach!

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One in three cats will develop chronic kidney disease. The earlier it’s diagnosed, the more we can do to help your pet.

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When we catch kidney disease before your pet shows signs of being sick, there are meaningful things we can do to help your pet.


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Emma Lishness
Social Media Manager

Emma joined IDEXX in 2013 and manages the company’s social media channels, including Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn. She loves exploring how social media platforms can be used to have meaningful conversations and build relationships. Emma holds an M.A. (Honours) from the University of St Andrews. When she’s not at work, Emma can be found exploring the Maine coast with her rescue beagle Sam.

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