June 2023

I hope that you are well and enjoying the fine weather which seems to be enveloping most of the country.

As you know, keeping your website content updated is important both for providing your visitors with useful information and for the general health of the site.

Here are our suggestions for content topics that you might wish to consider when updating your website this month:

  • As the UK heads for summer and the temperatures are rising its important to remember that walking dogs in hot weather could be as deadly as leaving them in hot cars read more on the BVA website here
  • Late spring/early summer pet care advice from Medivet can be found here
  • Rabbit Awareness Week begins on June 26th. It might be worth sharing this link with your clients in order to help raise awareness.
  • With the last of the May Bank Holidays out of the way, please check to ensure that any opening hour information relating to these days has been removed from your site.
  • Don't forget to remove/update any out of date messages or offers on your site
  • Add your latest practice newsletter
  • Let your clients know about any staff changes
  • Equine The Annual BETA Feed Conference takes place on 27th and 28th June at the Hilton East Midlands Airport
  • Equine The following equine events occur in June:-
  • Farm June is the month when sheep shearing begins. Farmers Weekly provides this guide to shearing techniques.
  • Farm Calves born this spring will have their horns removed - NADIS provide this guide to disbudding calves.
  • Farm County Shows for 2023 - an extensive list of what is on country wide can be found here.

As always, we would be happy to update your practice website for you. Simply email your content changes to hello@onlinepracticesolutions.com and we will get these actioned. Alternatively, you can use our content editor to make changes to your website at anytime.

p.s. Did you know that you can now easily create tables and add them to any page of your website. Feel free to contact us if you would like more information on how to set this up.

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