America's favorite dog: Celebrate Labrador Retrievers with these social media posts for veterinary practices

America's favorite dog: Celebrate Labrador Retrievers with these social media posts for veterinary practices

Use these Facebook posts and tweets to engage Lab owners.
Jul 31, 2015
By dvm360.com staff

Considering that Labrador Retrievers are the most popular breed in America, you should talk about them on social media! You can start a Breed of the Month theme on your social media networks to engage and educate Lab owners and other clients with these premade Facebook posts and tweets:

Tweets: Just press the Twitter buttons below and log in to tweet these messages.

Facebook posts: Copy the type, log into Facebook, and paste the type into the status field.


#Labs are great bird dogs, therapy dogs, search dogs, military dogs and of course pets. What role does your Lab play? #BreedOfTheMonth

Labs are great bird dogs, therapy dogs, search dogs, military dogs and of course pets. What role does your Lab play in your life?


The breed we are celebrating this month is the  Retriever. Please send us pics of your Labs to share online!

The breed we are celebrating this month is the Labrador Retriever. Please send us pictures of your beautiful Labs and Lab mixes to share online!


#Labs are beautiful in any color. What color is your Lab? #BreedOfTheMonth

Labrador Retrievers are beautiful in any color. Labs can "officially" be black, yellow or chocolate. Yellow Labs can be as light as cream or as dark as a red fox. The noses of yellow Labs may be black or brown. "Dudley Labs" are yellow Labs with pink noses. Some purebred Labs are brindle or black and tan like a Rottweiler (called a "phantom" pattern), but these Labs may not be shown. Some “silver Labs” may actually be black Labs with color dilution alopecia. What color is your Lab?


Among guide dogs, #Labs have the most success. How smart is your Lab? #BreedOfTheMonth

Labs have the most success among guide dogs. How smart is your Lab?


The #Lab was first recognized in 1917. How has the breed changed your life? #BreedOfTheMonth

The Labrador Retriever was first recognized in 1917. How has the breed changed your life?


 puppies fed large-breed puppy food at appropriate amounts have less hip issues. Come see us for more advice!

Labrador puppies fed large-breed puppy food at appropriate amounts have slow, steady growth rates that have been shown to decrease the severity of hip problems in adults. Come visit us to check your Lab's hips and get more food advice!


The first dog on the cover of LIFE was a . What magazine cover would fit your Lab's personality?  

Did you know the first dog on the cover of LIFE magazine was a Lab? What magazine cover would fit your Lab's personality? http://bit.ly/1NvImf7


#Labs are prone to becoming overweight. What's been your experience with maintaining your Lab's weight? #BreedOfTheMonth

Labs are prone to becoming overweight. A 14-year long study by Purina showed Labs fed to maintain a lean body shape outlived those free-fed by two years. What's been your experience with maintaining your Lab's weight?


The #Lab originated in Newfoundland and is the most popular dog breed in the U.S. Why do you love your Lab? #BreedOfTheMonth

The Lab originates in Newfoundland and is the most popular dog breed in the US. Why do you love your Lab?