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4 Veterinary Valentine’s Day Facebook Ideas

Trying to think of some Valentine’s Day Facebook posts for your veterinary hospital?

Look no further than these awesome ideas from the creative members in our Veterinary Social Media Group on Facebook.

1.) Give your Facebook cover photo some love.

Your Facebook cover photo is a great place to show off your veterinary hospital’s patients and staff. 

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[RELATED: Video Tutorial: Create a Holiday Facebook Cover Photo for Your Veterinary Hospital]

2.) Take it to another level by asking for photo submissions!

Lisa at Pine Ridge Veterinary Clinic asked for submissions, a great way to get engagement and reach through comments.

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Then she took the submissions, and she included them in the cover photo. What an adorable result!

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One tip: Check your General page settings to ensure your clients are able to post photos to your page, otherwise they will be unable to submit photos in the comments.

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3.) Tie in Pet Dental Health Month

Pet Dental Health Month is also in February. Combine the two themes for some adorable results!

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[RELATED: 10 Veterinary Blog Post Ideas for Pet Dental Health Month]

4.) Run a Pawfect Pair Photo Contest

There are lots of ways to do photo contests on Facebook, but these “mini” ones are my favorite.

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[RELATED: The Complete Guide to Facebook Pet Photo Contests]

Want more great ideas? Be sure to join our Facebook group by clicking here.

Danielle Lambert
Founder at Snout School
As a veterinary practice manager at Quinebaug Valley Veterinary Hospital, Danielle became a little.... obsessed with social media and online marketing.

In 2013, she started SnoutSchool.com, a website dedicated to teaching veterinary professionals social media, step-by-step. Over 1000 veterinary professionals have taken her online courses or read her e-book, The Ultimate Guide to Facebook for Veterinary Hospitals.

In addition to helping hospitals, Danielle works with veterinary industry clients, such as the Companion Animal Parasite Council (CAPC) and Dr. Andy Roark, to better their online presence.

Danielle has spoken about social media at veterinary conferences, such as the NAVC. She brings a uniquely practical style to all of her speaking events and workshops. Visit the contact page if you're interested in having Danielle speak at your next event.
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