Canine Cognitive Dysfunction Book Nominated for Maxwell Award

I am proud to announce that my book, Remember Me? Loving and Caring for a Dog with Canine Cognitive Dysfunction, has been nominated for a Dog Writers Association of America’s Maxwell Award 2016.  My book is one of three nominees in the category of Behavior, Health or General Care.

The winners in all categories will be announced at a banquet in New York City in February.

How About a 30% Discount?

I’ve been thinking about discounting the PDF version anyway, and this seems like a good time to do it. The PDF is available for purchase on my website, and I’ve marked it down from $12.95 to $8.95.

Click this line or the funky little “Add To Cart” button to purchase the PDF.

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This version is designed for both pleasant online viewing and a nice print copy. The print is large, at 14 points, and the photos are in color. It’s a version that can be used two ways, and right now it costs less than all the others. Here’s a sample page. The discount will run through midnight on January 1, 2017.   

My book is also available as a print book and in Kindle, Apple iBook, Barnes & Noble, and Google digital formats. You can purchase all the formats here.

Please feel free to share this announcement with anyone who has a senior dog. My book can help!

Copyright Eileen Anderson 2016

 

 

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8 Responses to Canine Cognitive Dysfunction Book Nominated for Maxwell Award

  1. Rochelle says:

    Congratulations!

  2. Congratulations! I’m so glad to see your work getting the recognition it deserves, Eileen. The dog training community is a better place because of your writing.

  3. Shona Reiter says:

    That’s fantastic news! Your book deserves this recognition. The information and help you gave in the book not only helped me to be able to cope with an impossibly hard situation, but also my sweet Clyde benefited because I actually knew what I was dealing with and could help him be more comfortable at the end of his life. I’m rooting for you to be the winner of this award! :-))

    • Eileen Anderson says:

      Shona, thank you so much. Awards are wonderful but knowing I have helped you and Clyde and others is the best thing of all. Hugs to you!

  4. It’s a shame that this just ran across my feed today, the fourth of January

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