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Use These Graphics for Dental Health Month

By: Louisa Meeks, Hospital Marketing Manager

We are consistently looking to create new tools that hospitals can use to engage with their clients. This month, we have some great things to offer that will support your messaging around Dental Health Month in February.

Data out of VCA shows that 2 out of 3 adult dogs and cats have some form of dental disease. As much as 80% of dogs and 70% of cats who don’t receive early dental care have dental disease by the time they are 3 years old. This may be no surprise to you, but it may be to your clients.

As busy professionals, we understand you may not have the time to focus on your social media presence. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and other social media platforms are great ways to connect with clients, but can take up valuable time when developing engaging content to post.

With that in mind, we’ve developed some great social media posts and web content for you to share! We try to develop content that is timely and engaging, but also drives action.

For example, here are some posts we put together related to Dental Health Month:

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Feel free to use these images and any information from Trupanion.com/dog-teeth-care for your own social media accounts.

 

 

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