When You Have to Say Goodbye Book – Professional Discount Copies 45%

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Fully illustrated, 32 page book available in both a soft cover and hard cover edition.

Venterinarians and Pet Care Professionals receive a 45% discount.

Hardcover ISBN: 9780983103219
Softcover ISBN: 9780983103233

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Softcover, Hardcover

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4 reviews for When You Have to Say Goodbye Book – Professional Discount Copies

  1. L. Smith – Amazon Customer

    We have a decision to make. It’s imminent. Just as aging is…our beloved family pet is 17…18? maybe. She has many different health problems.
    This book opens up the conversation of euthanasia to our son. It’s a terrible thing – as a pet guardian – to have to decide. Very tough. When is the right time? the necessary conversations with my son on top of the stress of making this decision on top of the loss of another family pet….just a lot to bear right now. :'(
    This book, thankfully, has made it just a tad bit easier. It’s told with compassion and simple explanations – which is what an 8 year old needs. Thank you.

  2. Jennifer B. – Amazon Customer

    We knew it would be time to say goodbye to our dog soon so we wanted to help prepare our 5 year old to help him understand the process a little better but didn’t know where to start. This book was amazing! It’s so on point with the details of what will happen but without it being scary. It is written so adults and children alike can understand and appreciate the book.

  3. Rebecca Marie – Amazon Customer

    My daughter loves this book. I got it for her to help explain why the dog we’ve had before her birth had to be euthanized. I was going to donate it to the vet for other children, but she reads it regularly and is inspired by the tips of how to cope.

  4. Ashley Granger, Amazon Customer

    Our vet told us that we need to think about euthanizing our cat. This is upsetting, but made more so by the fact that we had to euthanize our dog a year ago. We just didn’t know how to approach it with our son. He’s 7 (and neurodivergent) and likes to deal in facts. This is a good balance of facts and feelings and I was so happy to find it because there really aren’t books out there with this topic!

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