Sprint Into Spring With These Social Media Posts for Veterinary Practices

With people spending increasing amounts of time online, your practice's social media channels are becoming an even more effective way to educate and communicate with pet owners. Consider the following social media posts you can share to keep the conversation going. You can use these — along with the suggested captions — or create your own!

Reminders About Booking Visits

Are you booking wellness visits further out than you had previously? If so, you're not alone. You can share these posts to encourage pet owners to book those visits in advance. Check out this article for more tips on client communication strategies.

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It's nearly spring — is your pet protected?

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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we're scheduling wellness visits further out than we have in the past. We encourage you to reach out in advance to ensure your pet is seen on time.

World Kidney Day

March 11 is World Kidney Day. Here are two posts that will help you educate pet owners about chronic kidney disease and the role that screening plays in catching this disease as early as possible.

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Ask us how simple tests can check your dog's kidney health even before they show signs of being sick.

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One in three cats will develop chronic kidney disease. Did you know that simple tests can tell if your cat's kidneys are healthy even before your pet shows signs of being sick?

Poison Prevention Week

Poison Prevention Week kicks off on March 21. What better time to remind pet owners of common foods that can sicken their pets?

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Did you know that everything on this list is toxic to pets?


The Easter holiday is fast approaching. Share these two posts to remind pet owners that lilies and chocolate are not safe for pets.

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Chocolate is toxic to dogs. Make sure to stash Easter goodies where your four-legged friends can't find them!

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Many types of lilies are toxic to cats — so make sure your cats won't come into contact with them this Easter season.

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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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