June is a fun month--summer officially arrives, fathers everywhere are celebrated, and you can take your dog to work for a day. For those who don't work in the veterinary industry, that last perk is one they don't get to experience as often as they'd probably like. Help your clients and potential clients get ready for Take Your Dog to Work Day (June 26) by sharing AAHA's recent article on "petiquette" on your practice's social media channels. It provides tips on taking pets to work--how to prepare and proper etiquette while there--for all your clients who may be thinking about partaking in the fun day. 

We've also created a special photo for the day, as well as photos for the other special days in June, for our accredited hospitals to share on their Facebook pages. Visit the AAHA Champions Publicity Toolbox and log in to access photos for the following June holidays, plus other images to help promote your accreditation: 

  • Adopt a Shelter Cat Month
  • Take Your Dog to Work Day (June 26)
  • Father's Day (June 21)
  • National Hug Your Cat Day (June 4)
  • Pet Appreciation Week (June 7-13)
  • World Pet Memorial Day (June 14)
  • First day of summer (June 21)



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