Facebook Posts

Facebook Posts

If we take a look at the world’s Internet users, roughly half of them—every other person on the planet—use Facebook regularly. There’s no doubt that the majority of your clients is in that group! That’s why we provide you with ready to use Facebook content that you can share with clients on your practice page.

Below are Facebook posts that you can use right now! The posts are grouped together by medical topic and are ready to be copied and pasted into your practice’s timeline. New posts are provided here every month. They are designed to encourage your clients to schedule their pet's yearly checkup with you. Join the Partners for Healthy Pets Practice Enrollment Program and these Facebook posts can be delivered to your inbox in our monthly newsletter. It’s easy and FREE!

Facebook Posts

Facebook Posts: Yearly Checkups


DYK: dental disease, diabetes, heartworm disease and obesity can all be prevented in your pet? It's the time of year to give thanks for the furry friends in your life. Keep your pet healthy and schedule their yearly checkup today.
How should you thank your pet for tolerating a very cute, Thanksgiving-themed costume? Schedule their yearly checkup! Their good health depends on it!
From teeth to tail, your pet gets a complete exam when they visit us for a yearly checkup. Make an appointment today and we'll make sure your pet stays healthy!
All pets have special care instructions: Feed daily, love forever and yearly checkups. We know you have the first two covered, but when did your pet have their last checkup? If it’s been over a year, it’s time for them to come see us. Schedule their exam today to keep them healthy and happy!

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Facebook Posts: Behavior


Sometimes your pet’s change in behavior may be due to an underlying medical problem (and not related to eating Halloween candy!) Let’s check out your furry friend so schedule their yearly exam today!
Lots of “old age” behaviors are due to an illness that’s hard to spot. Schedule your pet’s yearly checkup today. We can help!
It’s Halloween! If your cat is urinating outside the litter box, you’ll need more than a witch’s spell to change that behavior. Schedule your kitty’s yearly exam so we can get to the bottom of the issue! Call us today!
Does your pet chew furniture, scratch or nip? Let’s discuss training techniques and behavior changing strategies at your pet’s yearly checkup. We’re here to help! Schedule your appointment today!
Does the incessant doorbell ringing of trick-or-treaters frighten your pet? We can help! Schedule their yearly checkup today and let’s talk about ways to keep your pet calm and happy!

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Facebook Posts: Healthy Skin


To shave or to not shave? That is the question! It’s hot outside so should you shave your dog’s thick, long fur? Call us! We can discuss it during your pet’s yearly checkup. Schedule it today and let’s keep your pet healthy, happy and cool!
Did your pet lose hair? It may be from a tumble or from a fungus. Eeeew! That’s why we’ve got to check it out—schedule your pet’s annual exam today!

MYTH: That bump on your pet’s skin is little, so it’s nothing to worry about.

FACT: The bump could be nothing or it could be something of concern. If left unchecked, a little bump may become a BIG problem!

FACT: We’re committed to keeping your pet healthy for their entire life so let’s take a look! Schedule your pet’s yearly checkup today!

Rashes, lumps, bumps and bald spots. We’ll check all areas of your pet’s skin during their yearly checkup—it’s important to their health! Schedule your pet’s annual exam today!

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Facebook Posts: Gastrointestinal Health


Does your pet have an upset stomach sometimes? The reason is not always from something they ate. It’s important to have us examine your pet from “mouth to stomach to tail” to keep your pet happy and healthy. Schedule their yearly exam today!
How many hairballs did you clean up this week? Too many! Make an appointment for your kitty’s yearly checkup. Let’s help you get things under control! We can help!
Some dog breeds are at higher risk of liver disease than others. Is your pooch one of them? Schedule your pet’s yearly checkup today so we can feel the size and shape of this important organ. It’s essential to their health!
Did you know irritable bowel syndrome affects pets too? Keeping your pet’s digestive tract healthy is key to a long, good life. So let’s examine your pet—schedule your pet’s annual exam today!

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Facebook Posts: Healthy Heart


Did you know cardiac disease affects pets too? Keeping your pet’s heart healthy is key to a long, good life. So let’s take a listen to their ticker — schedule your pet’s annual exam today!
Some dog and cat breeds are at higher risk of heart disease. Is your pet one of them? Schedule your pet’s yearly checkup today so we can listen to their heart and lungs. It’s essential to their health!
Has your pet’s heart been checked lately? It’s important to have us take a listen because heart disease doesn’t go away on its own and almost always becomes more serious over time. Together, let’s keep your pet happy and healthy. Schedule their yearly exam today!
It’s July and that means fun in the sun! But wait! When did we last see your pooch? Make sure they have a clean bill of health before the fun begins! Make an appointment for your dog’s annual exam today!

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Facebook Posts: Pet Nutrition


Lots of dogs start a diet and fail not because of overeating but because of an underlying disease! When did we last see your pooch? Make an appointment for your pet's annual exam today and let's check them out!
Pet food labels can be confusing. It's hard to know if your pet's eating the right food! Schedule your pet's yearly checkup today. We can help you figure them out!
It's June and that means BBQ season! But most "people" food is not good for pets. Keep your pet safe, happy and healthy. Schedule your pet's yearly checkup today!
DYK? If your cat is just 1 pound overweight, they may develop serious medical problems. Whose kitty can we help? Schedule your cat's yearly checkup today!

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Facebook Posts: Healthy Bones, Joints and Muscles


The best way to keep your pet moving and grooving this spring is to book their yearly exam. We’ll check those bones and joints from toe to tail—to make sure your pet is healthy, happy and ready to go!
Did you know that arthritis is as common in cats as it is in people? And it hurts! Make an appointment for your cat’s annual exam—let’s check your furry friend today!
Orthopedic disease is painful for pets of all ages. And sometimes it’s hard to spot! Let’s take a look—book your pet’s yearly checkup today. We’ll examine them from top to bottom, inside and out to make sure your buddy is healthy and happy!
 
A dog’s skeleton has an average of 319 bones! Infections, blood problems and even nutrition can affect how those bones function! Without regular vet checkups, these issues can be easy to miss and make your dog sick! Schedule an appointment for their annual exam today and let’s keep them healthy!

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Facebook Posts: Tick and Flea Prevention


Even if you check your pet for fleas, you may not know your pet’s been bitten. If fleas or flea bites are left untreated, your pet may get very sick! Let’s take a look—make an appointment for your pet’s yearly checkup today to keep your pet healthy and happy!
Is your pet eating less? It could be a sign of a tick-related disease. Left untreated, your pet can become ill. Make an appointment for your pet’s annual exam today to be sure your pet is in tiptop shape!
Hookworms, tapeworms, roundworms, oh my! Is my pet worm-free? Sometimes it’s tough to know! Let’s make sure your pet is at their best—schedule an appointment for their yearly exam today!
Checking your pet for fleas is tough—they’re hard to spot, especially in dark fur! Left untreated, fleas can infest your home, biting other pets and even people. Eeew! Schedule an appointment for your pet’s annual exam today—and let’s check your furry friend from head to toe!

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Facebook Posts: Prevent Heartworm


It’s tough to spot the signs of heartworm disease! Left untreated, heartworm disease is dangerous for a pet! Let’s do a simple heartworm test during your pet’s yearly checkup. Schedule your pet’s annual exam today to keep them healthy!
Did you know a mosquito bite can be life threatening? Mosquitoes spread heartworms. Eeew! Even if your pet stays indoors, bites happen. Make an appointment for your pet’s yearly checkup today, and let’s keep your pet safe and healthy!
It’s easy and affordable to protect your pet from heartworm disease. But treating heartworm disease once your pet has it is difficult, costly and can be life threatening. Schedule your pet’s annual checkup today and let’s talk heartworm prevention!

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Facebook Posts: National Pet Dental Health Month


Does your pet have bad breath? It could be a sign of something serious. Dental issues have the potential to damage not only your pet’s teeth and gums but also their heart and lungs! Schedule your pet’s yearly exam today—let’s keep them healthy!
Smile! Check out those pearly…yellows? Your pet may have dental disease! Left untreated, you may put your pet at risk for heart disease! Make an appointment for your pet’s yearly checkup today, and let’s take a look!
If your pet’s breath makes you cringe, it may be a sign of something serious. Show your pet how much you love them by scheduling their yearly checkup. We want to help you keep them healthy from mouth to tail. Make an appointment today!
How’s your pet’s appetite—still a chowhound, or eating less? Having trouble chewing toys? If you answered “yes” to these questions, your pet may have dental disease. But don’t worry, we’re here to help. Make an appointment for your pet’s yearly checkup today, and we’ll take a look!

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Facebook Posts: Kidney & Urinary Tract


The signs of kidney disease can be difficult to recognize in your pet. We can run a simple blood and urine test to detect potential problems so schedule your pet’s yearly checkup today!
DYK…75% of your pet’s kidney function is lost before you can see signs of serious illness? This is the reason why early detection is so important! Schedule your pet’s yearly checkup today and start the New Year off right!
The best place for stones is in the dirt, not in your pet! Urinary stones are common in dogs and cats so let’s keep your pet healthy and schedule their yearly checkup today!
It’s that time of year for new beginnings… so if your cat has been urinating outside the litter box, enough! Schedule their yearly checkup today so we can examine your pal from head to tail. Let’s help your kitty get back in the box!

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Facebook Posts: Pet Obesity


Before you give your pet another holiday cookie, consider this: When your pet is overweight, they’re at risk for serious medical conditions. Schedule your pet’s annual exam today to check their goal weight. Let’s keep your furry friend healthy!
Pets can put on “holiday pounds” too! Those extra pounds can decrease your pet’s energy level, quality of life and even shorten their lifespan! Schedule your pet’s yearly checkup today before the festivities (and eating) begin!
If a 10-pound cat ate just 1 ounce of cheddar cheese, it would be the same as if a person ate 3 1/2 hamburgers! Gaining weight over the holidays is not just a problem for humans, but also for pets. Schedule your pet’s yearly checkup today with our trained staff so we can assess your pet’s weight and keep them on track!
It’s that time of year for holiday feasts and extra treats! But overfeeding your pet can make them overweight! Keep your pet well and schedule their yearly checkup today. Their health depends on it!

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Facebook Posts: Pet's Health


It’s a new year and time to check in on everyone’s health—even yours! Some illnesses that pass from pets to people are tough to spot. And left untreated, everyone can get sick! Keep you and your pet safe and healthy. Schedule your pet’s yearly checkup today!
Does your pet go outside? Many diseases (not just rabies!) are passed from wildlife to pets to people! Let’s keep your whole family safe—we’ll check out your pet and do the right tests. Schedule your pet’s annual exam today!
You may not realize some infections can be passed from pets to people. Eeew! That’s one more reason why your pet needs a yearly checkup: to keep you and your pet well! Make sure your pet gets a clean bill of health. Schedule your pet’s yearly checkup today!
Happy New Year! Start off 2015 right by checking your pet’s health…and yours! Even the best pet owners may not realize that they can get sick from their furry friend. Keep your pet well and schedule their annual exam today. Everyone’s health depends on it!

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Facebook Posts: Prevent Ticks


Ticks spread disease. And not just Lyme disease! It can take just one tick bite to make your pet sick. We can perform the right tests – so make an appointment for your pet’s annual checkup today and let’s see if a screening test is needed.
 
Just because you don’t see a tick doesn’t mean your pet hasn’t been bitten. Ticks spread disease. And the signs of tick-related diseases can be vague and intermittent. Left untreated, your pet can become ill. Make an appointment for your pet’s yearly checkup today and let’s talk prevention!
Can you spot the tick? It can be tough – especially in dark fur. Ticks spread Lyme disease which, if detected and treated early, can be cured. Make an appointment for your pet’s annual checkup today. We’ll do a tick check and see if a tick-borne disease-screening test is needed.
 
Is your pet tired, or is it Lyme disease? The signs of Lyme disease can be vague – and left untreated it can damage your pet’s kidneys. Make an appointment for your pet’s yearly checkup today. We’ll check for ticks and see if a tick-borne disease-screening test is needed!
Is your pet eating less? It could be a sign of a tick-related disease. Left untreated, your pet can become ill. Make an appointment for your pet’s yearly checkup today to be sure your pet’s healthy!

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Facebook Posts: Prevent Fleas


Even if you check your pet for fleas, you may not know your pet’s been bitten. If fleas or flea bites are left untreated, your pet can develop a skin infection, get tapeworms or even become anemic. We know what to look for and can perform the right tests. Make an appointment for your pet’s yearly checkup today and keep your pet disease-free!
 
Rattling dog tags keeping you up at night? One flea bite is all it takes to make a pet itchy, scratchy and loud! Left untreated, itchy skin can get infected – which isn’t good for anyone. We’re experts when it comes to fleas and itchy pets. Make an appointment for your pet’s yearly checkup today to keep your pet healthy, itch-free and quiet!
Checking your pet for fleas is tough – they’re hard to spot, especially in dark fur! Left untreated, fleas can infest your home, biting other pets and even people. And it’s expensive to get rid of them. Make an appointment for your pet’s yearly checkup today – and let’s talk flea prevention!
 
Just because you can’t see a flea doesn’t mean your pet hasn’t been bitten. One flea bite is all it takes to make your pet itch. Untreated, your furry friend can become downright miserable! We know the signs of diseases from fleas and can perform the right tests. Make an appointment today for your pet’s yearly checkup and keep your pet healthy!

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Facebook Posts: Winter Wellness


Did you know that cold weather can worsen some medical conditions like arthritis? So if you haven’t already, schedule your pet’s annual checkup – and make sure they’re as healthy as possible for the cold winter months!
Leash Lesson! Never let your dog off leash on snow or ice, especially during a snowstorm, as dogs can lose their scent and become lost. More dogs are lost during winter than any other season, so be sure yours always wears ID tags!
 
Brrrr! They may be furry, but cats can still catch cold! Keep your cat indoors to protect your feline friend from developing an upper respiratory infection.
 
Winter Wipe Off! Be sure to wipe off your dog’s legs and belly when he comes in from the sleet, snow and ice. Dogs can easily ingest salt, antifreeze and other potentially dangerous chemicals while licking their paws, so dry Fido off even after a quick walk around the block!

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FaceBook: Here’s How to Post


  1. On your desktop computer, go to Facebook.com and log into your account. You’ll immediately see your News Feed. Above that is the Update Status box with a prompt asking "What’s on your mind?" You can also find this box on your own timeline page below your cover photo.
  2. Copy and paste the below posts into the status box. You can add a photo or encourage clients and followers to post their own photos if you wish.
  3. Click post! Your content is now visible on your practice’s Facebook page.

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Visit www.Facebook.com/pages/create to build a Facebook page for your practice. Using these step-by-step instructions, you can easily build a digital community to interact with your Clients, their friends, and others to help build a following for your practice and start sharing Partners for Healthy Pets’ social media posts today.