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VetPartners Member Spotlight: Sandy Weaver

Mar 23, 2021 at 5:07 pm

Today’s VetPartners Member Spotlight shines on Sandy Weaver, Program Director at the Center for Workplace Happiness. Sandy has been a member of VetPartners since 2019. Read on to learn more about Sandy.

How do you help veterinary professionals?

Veterinarians wear so many hats, and yet they’re passionate about one thing – helping animals. Sandy Weaver works with veterinarians and their staff to create radiantly resilient teams that work better together because they understand each other and themselves better. Using concepts from neuroplasticity, neurology and positive psychology, her thoughtful and thought-provoking programs promote positive change in veterinary teams.

Why do you do what you do?

Sandy’s avocation is dog sports and has been for all her adult life. She’s had great relationships with her veterinarians, so when the CDC report on veterinary suicide came out, she was determined to help stem the tide of veterinary suicide. Through work with veterinary teams and through her ground-breaking book, Happy Vet Happy Pet, Sandy is making a difference.

What pets do you have in your family?

When you meet Sandy, you might notice a little dog hair on her outfit – she shares life with a young Siberian Husky named Kacey. Kacey is the 14th Siberian to share a roof with Sandy – yes, Siberian Huskies are a true passion for her!

How can people learn more about you and your work?

To learn more about how Sandy helps veterinary teams create success, visit https://www.centerforworkplacehappiness.com. For her book, Happy Vet Happy Pet, access it on her website and wherever you shop for books. It’s available in paperback, ebook and audiobook formats.

You can learn more about Rhonda by viewing her full VetPartners member profile here!

* All VetPartners members have the opportunity to participate in the VetPartners Member Spotlight. Each participant has completed their own questionnaire for the blogs and social media posts, and answered their chosen questions as they see fit. Contact the specific VetPartners member if you have questions or comments.

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