Gear up for Fall With These Social Media Posts

As the temperature outside begins to fall, get ready to crank up the heat when it comes to your practice's social media channels. Here are six posts to share on your practice's social media channels to educate and engage pet owners.

Posts that include questions get more engagement. Sharing this post can also assess pet owners' knowledge on the importance of year-round preventives. When you share this post, encourage pet owners to post their answer in the comments.

Fall is a time when pet owners look forward to hitting the trails with their pups. Remind them to check for ticks when they get home by sharing this image.

Social media post for scheduling wellness exams.

Social media helps you meet your preventive care goals. Use this post to set the expectation that diagnostic tests will be performed during a preventive care visit. Like this post? Here are 13 more preventive care social media posts for you to use.

Social media post for World Rabies Day

World Rabies Day is September 28, which is a great opportunity to help pet owners understand the importance of keeping their pets' rabies vaccinations up to date. Looking for more resources on this topic? Visit the World Rabies Day website to find helpful information you can share with pet owners.

Social media post for disaster preparedness month

National Disaster Preparedness Month may be coming to an end, but it's not too late to reminder pet owners to make a disaster preparedness plan that includes their pet. In a recent Pet Health Network article, Dr. Justine Lee shares a handy checklist pet owners can use when preparing a backpack with everything their pet will need in case of an emergency.

Social media for flea and tick monthly reminders.

Life gets busy, and it can be all too easy for pet owners to forget their pets' preventives. Share this post a couple of days before October 1 as a helpful reminder.

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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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