February Social Media Posts for Veterinary Clinics

January 31, 2020
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National Pet Dental Health Month CatNational Pet Dental Health Month DogHappy February! Today marks the start of National Pet Dental Health Month, a great opportunity to feature the services you provide to keep your patient’s pearly whites healthy. Consider putting together images of patient’s teeth before and after a dental cleaning and sharing them on social media. You could also craft a blog post explaining the importance of dental health for pets and detail what an appointment looks like at your clinic. Go live on Facebook with a DVM explaining the dental appointment process – either before an appointment or during an appointment (with pet owner permission, of course). If you are running a promotion during the month, highlight that across social media, on your website, in your “on hold” music, or even putting a little bit of money in advertising it on Google Ads and Facebook Ads.

It’s also the first of the month, so don’t forget to remind pet owners on your social media channels to give their pets their monthly preventatives.

Below are additional suggested social media posts for veterinary clinics this month. To use the posts on your page, copy and paste the text into your post. To save the image first click it, then right-click on the enlarged image and select “Save As.”

Adopt a Rescued Rabbit MonthMonth of February: Adopt-a-Rescued Rabbit Month

Does your clinic treat rabbits? Highlight those services on social media, your website, and in a blog during February! Take it a step further by introducing a recent rabbit patient or sharing adoptable rabbits from local rescues and humane societies.

Suggested Post: Happy Adopt-a-Rescued Rabbit Month! We are proud to offer care for rabbits of all breeds. If you have a family member of the bunny variety, we’d love to meet them! Give us a call at INSERT CLINIC NUMBER HERE to set up an appointment.

Golden Retriever DayFebruary 3: Golden Retriever Day

Celebrate Golden Retriever day on social media by sharing patient photos and/or fun facts about this breed.

Suggested Post: Today is Golden Retriever Day, a day to celebrate these loveable, gentle giants. Fun fact: Golden Retrievers first came to North America in the 1920s and were officially registered as a breed by the American Kennel Club (AKC) in 1925. They were originally a crossbreed, originating from a Tweed Water Spaniel and Yellow Flat-Coated Retriever back in the 1800s.

Valentines DayPet Theft Awareness DayFebruary 14: Valentine’s Day and Pet Theft Awareness Day

February 14 is a day dedicated to love – and raising awareness of pet stealing. You can combine these into one post or separate them into two.

Suggested Post: From everyone at INSERT CLINIC NAME, Happy Valentines Day! As you celebrate today, be sure to keep any treats or flowers out of reach of your furry friends <3

Not only is it Valentine’s Day, but it’s also Pet Theft Awareness Day. An estimated 2 million pets are stolen each year, and only 10% of them are returned to their owners. You can keep your pet safe by ensuring they are microchipped, that their microchip information is up-to-date, that their ID tags are securely attached to their collar, and that they are never left unattended or left to roam freely.

Love Your Pet DayFebruary 20: Love Your Pet Day

Celebrate Love Your Pet Day with a post that encourages your social media followers to engage by sharing photos of their pets. Everyone loves to show off their furry, scaly, feathered friends – give them an opportunity to do so!

Suggested Post: Happy Love Your Pet Day! Show us how you love your pets (and how they love you) in the comments below with a picture!

World Spay DayFebruary 25: World Spay Day

The statistics are staggering – approximately 6.5 million companion animals enter US animal shelters nationwide every year. While that number is declining (had been 7.2 million in 2011), there is still much that can be done to further lower those statistics. Emphasize the importance of spaying (and neutering) pets on World Spay Day.

Suggested Post: Did you know that spaying your pet can prevent uterine infections? It can also help prevent breast tumors, which are malignant or cancerous in about 50% of dogs and 90% of cats. Not only is spaying important for your pet’s health, but it’s also important for the pet population, too. An estimated 6.5 million companion animals enter US shelters every year!