$34.00 USD

Happy Vet Happy Pet introduces you to who veterinarians are at their most basic level, helps you understand the extreme stresses of their career and how you can make a difference in their life.

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Happy Vet Happy Pet One for Me, One for My Vet

Get the book that will change your relationship with your veterinarian forever - and could just save their life!

What you'll get:

  • Two physical copies of the book 
  • Look - no extra charge for postage and handling when mailed to a US address!

Plus you'll get the knowledge you need to be the best veterinary client ever, meaning your veterinarian will be happy to see you EVERY time you show up. Plus, you'll get the knowlege needed to spot a potentially suicidal person and help them out of their crisis.


Note - Center for Workplace Happiness gives at least $1 of every purchase to Not One More Vet, Inc., an organization dedicated to ending veterinary suicide. We're proud to support the work they do for veterinarians.

Please note - price includes shipping to a single US address.

Want to Purchase in Bulk?

One for me, one for my vet - $34

5 Copies - $75

10 Copies - $125

25 Copies - $275

50 Copies - $500

100 Copies - $950

200 Copies - $1800

Meet the Author

Sandy Weaver is the Program Director here at the Center for Workplace Happiness. She works with veterinarians and their teams, teaching success and resilience skills. She's a certified QPR instructor, teaching people how to recognize and help a potentially suicidal person. And she's an American Kennel Club dog show judge who's owned by Siberian Huskies.

Sandy Weaver