Prioritize efficiency with Facebook!

As the most popular social media platform in the world, Facebook is an essential tool to connect with potential and existing clients, build loyalty and drive business into your practice. It’s about more than just posting cute puppy photos, though. With options for targeted advertising, offers and online shopping, and free Messenger tools, Facebook has something for every practice regardless of experience, time and budget.

  • Learn the must-have nuts and bolts to optimize your Facebook Page

  • How to enable (or disable) features your practices wants to use

  • Master Facebook’s connections with Instagram and Meta Business Suite

  • Hacks to make effective Facebook marketing doable in the busy practice

Course Curriculum

    1. Course Notes: Facebook for Veterinary Practices

    1. Action Steps: Facebook Checklist

    2. Facebook Canva Graphics Templates

    3. Social Media Page Name Check

    4. Facebook Post Debugger

About this course

  • Free
  • 0 hours of video content
  • Extra resources & tools


Founder, TheSocialDVM Caitlin DeWilde, DVM

Dr. Caitlin DeWilde is a practicing veterinarian and founder of The Social DVM, a consulting firm devoted to helping veterinary professionals learn how to manage and grow their social media, online reputation and marketing strategies. Working with large industry groups and individual practices alike, Caitlin and her team are passionate about translating the “geek speak” to “veterinary speak,” and helping vets reach more clients and pets. Caitlin is a graduate of the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine and a recipient of their Outstanding Young Alumni Award, and also an alum of the AVMA’s Future Leaders Program. She served as medical director for a large AAHA/Fear Free/Cat-Friendly certified hospital in St. Louis before stepping back to focus on her marketing passion. Today, she divides her time between practice, consulting, and writing. She is the author of a new book, “Social Media and Marketing for Veterinary Professionals,” and a columnist for Today’s Veterinary Business.