With warmer temperatures comes the rise in tick and mosquito activity. Although preventatives should be promoted year-round, springtime is an opportunity to hone your message in. Take time to develop a marketing campaign for your spring preventative push, including Facebook ads, email campaigns, and posters in the clinic. Utilize statistics from the Companion Animal Parasite Council (CAPC) to discuss the rates of tick-borne diseases and encourage your clients to purchase 6- or 12-month doses of preventatives to ensure their pets stay happy and healthy all year long.
Suggested Post: Benjamin Franklin once said, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” Protect your pets with flea, tick, and heartworm preventatives all year long. Make an appointment today for your prescription and keep your pet happy, healthy, and safe!
Another sign of spring is Daylight Saving Time. Have fun with this special day and ask your followers to post pictures of their pets patiently waiting for breakfast.
Suggested Post: It’s time to spring forward! Here’s your helpful reminder to set your clock’s forward one hour for Daylight Saving Time. Let’s see pictures of them enjoying breakfast at their new time, and may they adjust to the new time with little complaints!
Pots of gold, leprechauns, and Irish blessings abound on St. Patrick’s Day. Take a moment and you’re your followers a very happy St. Patrick’s Day!
Suggested Post: From everyone at INSERT CLINIC NAME, we wish you a happy and lucky St. Patrick’s Day! Is your pet wearing green? Show them off in the comments!
Every day is a good day to remind clients about the dangers of poison for their children and pets. However, March 17-23 is National Poison Prevention Week, a great opportunity to share statistics, facts, and suggestions throughout the week to help clients keep pets and kids safe.
Suggested Post: It’s National Poison Prevention Week! We encourage you to examine any potential dangers in your home for children and pets. It’s important to keep things up, locked, and away from busy fingers or sniffing snouts.
If your pet ingests something they shouldn’t, please give us a call immediately!