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Dave Cumber Vets are delighted to announce that we have been awarded the top prize for Social Media Engagement at the Dorset Echo Industry Awards 2019. We are so pleased to have won the category against some stiff competition and that our hard work has been recognised by the judging panel. This fantastic achievement is testament to our dedicated staff members and partners Key Digital and Popcorn Marketing, who work together as a team to develop interesting and engaging content for our customers.

dave cumber vets social media engagement award winners

Our popular Facebook page has grown from strength to strength over the last couple of years, attracting both local and national attention. We use our platform to help educate pet owners about caring for their animals and run a number of campaigns throughout the year, which highlight seasonal issues such as grass seeds, adder bites and the dangers of Christmas decorations. Our social media profiles enable members of the local community to share information about their lost pets, which has helped reunite missing animals with their owners.

If you haven’t already please like us on Facebook to stay up to date with all of the latest Dave Cumber Vets news! Below are a few examples of posts we have published recently…

 

We realise it can be daunting leaving your pet with us for the day. Luna is a very gorgeous girl who came in for a lap spay recently and invites you to follow her through her day at the vets so you can see what goes on behind the scenes. Find out more about key hole spays here: https://www.davecumbervets.co.uk/keyhole-spays/**PLEASE note: this does include one photo of Luna in surgery.1) Being weighed on admit so we can dose medications accurately.2) Admit appointment to confirm details of procedure and answer any questions you may have.3) Cuddles to have her IV cannular placed.4) Ready for her surgery.5) Having her anaesthetic and preventative pain relief medications.6) Being prepped for surgery.7) In surgery having her keyhole spay.8) Recovering, being monitored one-on-one with a nurse.9) Her tiny keyhole spay wounds. 10) Back to her normal self at home that same night.Find out more about key hole spays here: https://www.davecumbervets.co.uk/keyhole-spays/

Posted by dave cumber vets on Wednesday, 3 April 2019