Website Widgets for Veterinarians

Dog Bites by the NumbersDo you have trouble thinking of or developing new content for your website? As a small business operator, you’ve probably read articles about the importance of content marketing. But what veterinarian has the bandwidth to create website content – or the resources to hire someone with proven skills as a web writer or designer?
 
While your website is a critical component in your business, keeping it updated can be just one more task for which no one in your clinic has training, expertise, or that most valuable of commodities... time.
 
At the AVMA. we've got your backs. We offer widgets that you can put on your website easily and free of charge. The number available at any given time varies, as some of these relate to pet health observances, such as Dog Bite Prevention Week. But they're all simple to use: Just copy the code we supply with each widget, and paste that into your own website code, wherever you would like the widget to appear on your site.

Get Started Updating Your Website

Below is a list of the widgets we currently have available. Check back here periodically, as this list does change throughout the year. Keep an eye on our AVMA@Work blog and our home page as well, since we use those to let you know when new widgets are released.

Pet Food Safety

Make your website a resource for clients to stay informed about product recalls and alerts related to pet food and treats. If you're an AVMA member, you can embed one of these pet food safety widgets on your home page so your clients know to turn to you for the information they need to keep their pets safe. Choose among widgets for general small-animal or feline-only practices. Note: These widgets are only available for use by AVMA members.

Dog Bite Prevention

Educate clients and the public about dog safety with our embeddable infographic, Dog Bites by the Numbers. We also have widgets and social media content you can use to celebrate National Dog Bite Prevention Week® (May 17-23, 2015) and direct your clients to great information about dog bite safety.

Veterinarians in Rural Communities

All across the United States, there are rural communities that lack access to veterinary care. We're working hard to convince Congress to remedy this - and you can, too, by using this embeddable infographic to tell your website visitors about the problem.

 

NOTE: All widgets are subject to our Widget Terms of Use.