Veterinary Canva Camp: Two Sessions to Choose From

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  • Thursday, November 9th 12-2 pm CST

  • Tuesday, November 14th 6-8 pm CST

Why Veterinary Canva Camp?

Are you ready to not just learn but actively create? Dive into our exclusive online Canva workshop tailored for veterinary professionals! In just 2 hours, not only will you grasp the tools and techniques, but you’ll also walk away with ready-to-use social media and marketing content for your clinic.

  • Interactive Lessons

    Each hour begins with an engaging live lesson. We’ll deep dive into Canva's essential tools, revealing tips and tricks designed specifically for the veterinary world.

  • Template Time

    After every lesson, we unveil a set of veterinary-specific templates. This is your canvas to innovation. Play, customize, and make them uniquely yours!

  • Hands-On Creation

    The real magic happens here. It’s time to apply what you’ve learned! Dive into crafting your content with our team by your side. We offer one-on-one support, ensuring your questions are answered and your designs shine.

Part 1: Mastering Design

We're vet people, not graphic designers! But we can make awesome graphics too. Take what you know about vet med and apply it to design, and create 5 graphics and a business card in the first camp session.

Part 2: Work Smarter, Not Harder

Set up your brand kit, fonts, and organizational hacks so you can find your designs quickly and easily. Learn how to store your captions WITH your designs, utilize templates and even schedule from Canva directly. Plus, knock out 2024's holiday graphics in one fell swoop with this session's templates.

Part 3: Being a Little Extra

Canva is chock full of bells and whistles, and constantly expanding its features. We'll cover animated graphics, quick video edits, QR codes, using AI to bulk create and design new content, and some of our favorite tools to make your graphics stand out and your marketing materials more effective. Close out Canva camp with the motherload of Canva templates to help you

Ready to take your clinic's marketing to the next level?

Make your clinic's marketing content stand out with Veterinary Canva Camp. Live lessons, free veterinary-specific Canva templates, office hours for 1:1 help, and year long access to recorded lessons!

Veterinary Canva Camp Begins

Join Us Around the (Virtual) Campfire for This EXCLUSIVE live event

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How Does Canva Camp Work?

  • What Does My Registration Include?

    Registration to Veterinary Canva Camp gives you EXCLUSIVE access to our live event with 1:1 support, email support and tons of free, fully customizable Canva templates you can use immediately! Recordings will be available on-demand for 1 year.

  • What If I Can't Attend Live?

    No problemo-- we know veterinary life is....unpredictable. We'll record our lessons and office hours and add them to your portal- where you'll have on-demand access for 1 year.

  • How Long Will I Have Access?

    365 Days of Canva Lovin' Comin' At Ya!

  • Do I need Canva Pro (Paid level)?

    Ideally, yes. It's an investment that will pay in dividends- and runs just over $100/year. Canva Pro will unlock many of the features we're talking about in Canva camp, including ways to maximize efficiency and access to more royalty free images, video and music. If you're on the fence, come to Canva camp and decide for yourself.


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.