June 2015

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Your passion is the well-being of your patients. Our passion is increasing preventive healthcare visits. We help connect the two.

Visit our new Facebook page, Pet Wellness Pulse, for fun and easy ways to make that connection. We'll provide you with daily, ready-to-use posts for your practice to share with your clients.

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In the June monthly practice newsletter, as always, you'll find ready-to-use Facebook posts, tweets and copy for your practice website or newsletter. You can take them "word for word" and use them to educate your clients about the importance of yearly checkups for their pets.

Facebook users: In addition to these monthly topic posts, you can also join our Facebook page, Pet Wellness Pulse, for daily posts on a variety of topics.

This month, let's talk to clients about the importance of good nutrition in preventive pet healthcare.

Pet Nutrition

Many clients are overwhelmed and confused when it comes to choosing an appropriate food for their pet. They may get opinions from breeders, the internet, TV and superstore employees. But research repeatedly shows that clients value your opinion about their pet's nutrition the most.

Pet owners want to do what's right when it comes to preventive healthcare. And nutrition is no exception. Does the food they feed meet all of their pet's nutritional needs? It's time to check in with your clients and find out.

It's time to connect with all of your clients (especially those inactive clients you haven't seen in 13-18 months) to promote preventive care. All patients can benefit from a discussion with their owners about nutrition as part of their yearly checkup.

Use the "Word for Word" section below for Facebook posts, tweets and website/newsletter copy about nutrition. Encourage clients to schedule their pet's yearly checkup so you can discuss the importance of good nutrition for their pet's overall health.

Word for Word

Here are June's Facebook posts, tweets and copy for your practice website that you can use "word for word". They're designed to motivate your clients to schedule their pet's yearly checkup with you.

Copy and paste this month's Facebook posts onto your own page.

Engage clients with this month's tweets.

Use this month's website copy online or in your practice newsletter.

Click here for print ad templates, digital banner ads, our public service announcement video and other useful tools your practice can use to promote preventive care.

NEW! Like our Facebook page, Pet Wellness Pulse, for additional, daily posts on a variety of topics that you can immediately share with your clients…it takes only one click!

Campaign in Action

What people are saying about
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Explore updates on our pet owner advertising campaign and preventive pet care in the news.

Campaign in Action
Partners for Healthy Pets' Pet Wellness Pulse Facebook page provides content that connects your practice to your clients.

Success Stories

Read how other practices put the Partners for Healthy Pets Resource Toolbox to work.

When asked to describe the Partners for Healthy Pets website, Dr. Katie Roberts of Lone Mountain Veterinary Hospital says, "it's a goldmine for us." Dr. Roberts has been an associate veterinarian for over five years at the Carson City, NV practice and says preventive healthcare has been a priority for years. "For the past two years, our hearts have been in [developing] a wellness plan," says Roberts, "and I want to pioneer it."

Success Stories
The Lone Mountain Veterinary Hospital team

Dr. Roberts thought the Partners for Healthy Pets website was a good way to get the process started. As she says, "it was so great to find." She has reviewed the team training videos and has plans for monthly staff training. Together, with practice owner Margie Quirk, LVT, they have their sights set on aligning the staff and clients on the importance of preventive healthcare. "We're always trying to educate clients. The more they know, the better the clients they are," says Dr. Roberts, "we believe so strongly about preventive medicine." Why put in so much effort? "It's better to catch things earlier because it improves the pet's quality of life and life span."

Get inspired! Read more from practices that have seen success using the Partners for Healthy Pets tools and resources.

Partners for Healthy Pets is dedicated to ensuring that pets receive the preventive healthcare they deserve through regular visits to a veterinarian. We are committed to working with you to enhance the health of your patients and your practice. Learn more about all the tools available to your practice in the Partners for Healthy Pets Resource Toolbox at www.partnersforhealthypets.org.

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