Social Media Kit
Share the HeartgardClinic.com’s engaging social media content on your clinic’s website and social media outlets.
Is your clinic social media savvy?
The veterinary world has gone social. In fact, 81% of practices are already taking advantage of social media to communicate to clients and market their services.1
More posts. More appointments.
Use the tools inside our Social Media Kit to help you raise awareness, protect more pets from heartworm disease, and help you drive more business to your clinic.
Relevant Content? We've got you covered.
Intelligent, pre-written material will help your practice spread the word about heartworm disease awareness and the need for 12 months of prevention.
Downloadable Images For Your Clinic
Mix and match to craft the most effective message for your practice!
- Drive in more clients
- Reach more clients with important information
- Drive up scheduled appointments
- Boost and enhance your online presence
Make it personal.
Don’t forget to customize the provided content with your clinic’s phone number, address, or a personal message.
Want more? Check out our previous list of social media tips!
1 Advanstar Veterinary Group. What Do Veterinarians Think? 2013 Benchmark Report. Advanstar Communications Inc. October 25, 2013.
2 The Truth About Treatment, The American Heartworm Society website. http://www.heartwormsociety.org/think12/may/HS_Article_May.pdf. Accessed May 1, 2014.
3 Heartworm Basics, American Heartworm Society website. http://heartwormsociety.org/pet-owner-resources/heartworm-basics. Accessed May 19, 2015.
4 Weyenberg K. Team up against heartworm. The Team. 2009;6(4):10-12.
5 McKay T, Bianco T, Rhodes L, Barnett S. Prevalence of Dirofilaria immitis (Nematoda: Filariodea) in mosquitoes from northeast Arkansas, the United States. J Med Entomol. 2013;50(4):871-878.