Elanco Animal Health has launched a campaign to drive engagement between veterinary practices and their clients on social media.

Tilly and puppy
Tilly and her puppy share a “magic moment”.

The campaign encourages veterinary professionals and pet owners to share their heart-warming stories on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram using the hashtag #PetMagicMoments.

Prizes up for grabs

Practices that take part could win a £250 restaurant voucher for the most popular post or tweet each month. Pet owners can also join in, with a personalised cushion up for grabs for the most “likes”, “shares” or “retweets”.

All entries will be entered into a prize draw for the chance to win £500 worth of Forest Holidays vouchers.

Community building

Elanco has also produced a launch pack to promote the campaign among colleagues and clients. The launch pack includes a poster, bunting and a social media “how to” guide.

Matthew Rowe, Milbemax marketing manager at Elanco, said: “Our campaign will build a community of pet owners, vets and veterinary nurses who share the love they have for their pets, while driving engagement between veterinary practices and their clients on social media and encouraging customer footfall direct to the veterinary practice.”

To join the campaign, visit www.petmagicmoments.com

For further information, like Pet Magic Moments on Facebook or following @petmagicmoments on Twitter.

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