Two ideas for talking about feline constipation on social media
Do you feel stuck when it comes to educating clients about this common veterinary issue? Here are a couple of ways to get conversation flowing.
Like religion and politics, pooping is one of those topics you're not supposed to bring up in polite conversation-unless, of course, you're a veterinary practice. Then, it's your duty to talk about doodie.
Two ideas for feline constipation Facebook posts are below. Follow the simple instructions to get them posted to your practice's page. Your clients will be boweled over by your helpful tips!
Post 1: Constipation education video
Copy and paste the following text into a new post on your practice's Facebook page:
Concerned your kitty might be feeling a bit stopped up? Watch this video about how to recognize constipation in your cat and give us a call if you notice any of the signs.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ON_1YE7fBkE
Once the link preview pops up, you can delete the link text. It should look like the image below.
Extra! Extra! If you'd like to embed this video on your clinic website, follow the instructions here.
Post 2: Constipation causes
Drag and drop the image below onto your computer's desktop.
Post the image on your practice's Facebook page with the following text:
If your cat hasn't left anything in the litter box for one or two days, it may need help getting things moving again. Give us a call so we can get to the BOTTOM of it and help your kitty feel better.
Hey, vet professional! If you'd like to brush up on your feline constipation knowledge, check out this article.