Who do YOU know?

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A few nights ago I had a VERY bad experience! My adorable little miniature dachshund got an allergic reaction to a shot she received! She was crying, she was swollen and she was covered in red bumps; it was terrible!

The vet was not answering the phone so I started calling around to my friends, one of them whose parent is a veterinarian, and I took to Twitter for some answers.

I am SO thankful for my followers on Twitter and all their knowledge. It’s so important, as I’ve said before, to really connect with people because you never know when you can help them and when they can help you.

One point I would really like to make is don’t be afraid to branch out on your Twitter. For instance, I LOVE PR, social media, marketing, etc., but I also follow other dog lovers, cookchat people, and all kinds of other people with other interests! Don’t be afraid to check out other people and follow different kinds of people.

Thank you to ALL my Twitter followers for being so amazing and supporting me through everything I do!

Especially thanks to: @Samjb and @AGILES_ for their help with telling me how to help Dixie! Thanks to everyone else for your support and concern too.

10 thoughts on “Who do YOU know?

  1. Happy to help! I’m an animal lover (4 cats and a basset hound) and know how panicked you can get when things go wrong.

    And you are so right about branching out on Twitter. I’ve Tweeted questions about home repairs and got some good DIY tips, as well as Tweets about my favorite sports teams and even the weather. While I keep it mainly to PR–and the classes I teach at UNT–I like to mix it up and have some fun now and then. That’s the beauty of social media!

  2. Happy to help! I’m an animal lover (4 cats and a basset hound) and know how panicked you can get when things go wrong.
    And you are so right about branching out on Twitter. I’ve Tweeted questions about home repairs and got some good DIY tips, as well as Tweets about my favorite sports teams and even the weather. While I keep it mainly to PR–and the classes I teach at UNT–I like to mix it up and have some fun now and then. That’s the beauty of social media!

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