Canine Cognitive Dysfunction Print Book Released

Summer, a sable colored mixed breed dog, holds a book: Remember Me? Loving and Caring for a Dog with Canine Cognitive Dysfunction by Eileen Anderson

I’ve reached another milestone in this process. My book is out in paperback!

Remember Me? Loving and Caring for a Dog with Canine Cognitive Dysfunction,            by Eileen Anderson

 

Canine cognitive dysfunction is extremely under-diagnosed, and most of us will eventually have a dog affected by it. In my book you will learn:

  • the symptoms of CCD and how it differs from normal aging;
  • the treatments;
  • how best to help your dog, including safe setups and use of special products;
  • how to help yourself, both practically and emotionally;
  • about the difficulties of concurrent diagnoses; and
  • about making the hardest decision of all if you must.

The book does not offer or take the place of veterinary advice. In fact, I recommend more than 20 times in the book, at every different juncture, that you talk to your vet.

What People Are Saying About Remember Me?

“Meticulously researched, accurate information presented with real empathy.” —Jean Donaldson, author of The Culture Clash, founder of the Academy for Dog Trainers

“Eileen approaches this complex disease with a combination of scientific rigor and deep empathy for the animals and people who suffer from it.”—E’Lise Christensen, board certified veterinary behaviorist

“Personal, easy to read, and full of useful information, Remember Me? is a must-have for everyone living with a dog. Once you have read this book, and I recommend you read it now, you’ll want to keep it accessible as a reference for when you need it most.” —Lori Stevens, CPDT-KA, SAMP, owner, Seattle TTouch

“Two years ago, my Sheltie Skye exhibited unusual behaviours. At first, we thought it was hearing loss. He would go into a deeper sleep mode, and he wouldn’t respond when we called him. I tried hand signals, but things didn’t improve. He would get lost in the house. I’d often find him stranded at the bottom of the stairs. This book helped me to understand how to give Skye back quality of life—how to recognize his good days and how to help him manage the bad ones. One day I will have to make the difficult decision to let Skye go. But it won’t be out of frustration from not knowing how to deal with CCD.” —Dog owner Ruth Wojcik

“My dog Bear and I have been together since I was 13. I’m 26 now. In those years, I have become a training buff, and Bear had until recently been my star pupil. But his behavior this past year had frustrated me to tears. Someone told me about CCD, and recommended a vet appointment and your book. I bought the Kindle edition right away, and started crying when I read about your dog going to the hinged side of the door to be let out. This behavior of Bear’s had puzzled and frustrated me for weeks. It is such a relief knowing there are others out there with the same issues—and that there is help for managing them.” —Dog owner Teegra Miller

Book: Remember Me? Loving and Caring for a Dog with Canine Cognitive DysfunctionFor those who prefer other vendors and formats: they are coming. The paperback will be orderable through other bookstores soon, and other digital versions, including Apple iBooks and Barnes and Noble, will be released.

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9 Responses to Canine Cognitive Dysfunction Print Book Released

  1. Shona says:

    Congratulations on your book coming out in paperback. I’m sure it will be successful as you’ve written it so well and it’s very easy to use and understand. xo Shona and Clyde

  2. Fantastic, Eileen. I have it on Kindle, but will now also get a 3D copy.

    Great work, thank you.

  3. ejhaskins says:

    I cope with my old dog exactly as I coped with my old parents, and as I hope my children will cope with me .
    The only advice I give to others with old or sick animals, is IF you can no longer cope with them, take them to the vet yourself, or preferably call the vet in, and help your animal die with dignity. Stay with him/her, do OT leave it alone with strangers.

  4. Really chuffed it’s on Amazon UK. too. Ordered already. I’m looking forward to reading it.
    The dogs will be pleased too as I ordered another Kong toy as well, just to qualify for free shipping, ha ha.

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