SOCIAL MEDIA
GUIDE & LIBRARY

Everything you need to create and maintain
your clinic’s social media channels.

Easy-to-use and helpful, too – our social media library is where you’ll find a wealth of information about the Merck Animal Health products that work hard to protect pets against disease and outbreak. With the convenient filtering feature, it’s simple to find social media content that fit your healthcare team’s needs as a way to drive business.

Getting Started with Social Media

At Merck Animal Health, we’re committed to providing you with better resources to promote your clinic. We know that social media channels are a great way to improve relationships with, and responsiveness to, your clients and better drive business.

That’s why we’ve created a step-by-step guide to help you create and maintain your healthcare team’s social media channels, tap into the right audiences and see what content gets the best response. Think of it as a social media 101 guide full of tips, tricks, and simple messaging direction so you can effectively reach your clients anywhere, anytime.

Be sure to sign up for our monthly professional newsletters! Read interesting articles and information that link to content available in the social media library for sharing on your healthcare team’s social channels.

Browse Our Monthly Themes

Use our filter feature by clicking the arrow to the right of the month name. You can then download content that is relevant to a specific month and find seasonal disease and outbreak information and national awareness days.

April Week 1: Zoonosis: How to Protect Your Pet and Yourself/Family

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April Week 2: Leptospirosis: What Is It and How to Protect Your Pe

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Drive Your Business with the Right Message

Choose from any of the filters (Brand, Outbreak or Disease) and easily find content that educates clients about disease and outbreak risks, compelling them to protect their pets with the right Merck Animal Health products.

Activyl®

Innovative flea treatment that is highly effective at killing fleas and preventing infestation.

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BRAVECTO®

Up to 12 weeks* of continuous protection against fleas and ticks for dogs and cats.

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Canine Cough & Other Respiratory Diseases

A highly contagious respiratory disease among dogs.

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*Bravecto kills fleas and prevents flea infestations for 12 weeks. Bravecto Chew and Bravecto Topical for Dogs kills ticks (black-legged tick, American dog tick, and brown dog tick) for 12 weeks and also kills lone star ticks for 8 weeks. Bravecto Topical for Cats kills ticks (black-legged tick) for 12 weeks and American dog ticks for 8 weeks.

IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION: Bravecto has not been shown to be effective for 12-weeks’ duration in puppies or kittens less than 6 months of age. Bravecto Chew: The most common adverse reactions recorded in clinical trials were vomiting, decreased appetite, diarrhea, lethargy, polydipsia, and flatulence. Bravecto is not effective against lone star ticks beyond 8 weeks of dosing. Bravecto Topical Solution for Dogs: The most common adverse reactions recorded in clinical trials were vomiting, hair loss, diarrhea, lethargy, decreased appetite, and moist dermatitis/rash. Bravecto is not effective against lone star ticks beyond 8 weeks of dosing. For topical use only. Avoid oral ingestion. Use caution in dogs with a history of seizures. Seizures have been reported in dogs receiving fluralaner, even in dogs without a history of seizures. Bravecto Topical Solution for Cats: The most common adverse reactions recorded in clinical trials were vomiting, itching, diarrhea, hair loss, decreased appetite, lethargy, and scabs/ulcerated lesions. Bravecto is not effective against American dog ticks beyond 8 weeks of dosing. For topical use only. Avoid oral ingestion. The safety of Bravecto has not been established in breeding, pregnant and lactating cats. Use with caution in cats with a history of neurologic abnormalities. Neurologic abnormalities have been reported in cats receiving Bravecto, even in cats without a history of neurologic abnormalities.