Canine Cognitive Dysfunction Book Wins Maxwell Award

My book won!

I’m proud to announce that Remember Me? Loving and Caring for a Dog with Canine Cognitive Dysfunction has won a Maxwell Award for 2016. The Maxwells are awarded yearly by the Dog Writers Association of America.  My book won best book in 2016 in the category of Behavior, Health or General Care.

The winners in all categories were announced at a banquet in New York City on February 12. I didn’t get to go, but a friend texted me as soon as it happened. I’ve been on Cloud Nine!

I thank the Dog Writers Association of America for the recognition and honor of the Maxwell Award.


I’m running a celebration discount on the PDF version. The PDF is available on my Dog Dementia website, and I’ve marked it down from $12.95 to $9.99.

Click here or the “Add To Cart” button to buy the PDF.

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The PDF is designed for both pleasant online viewing and a nice print copy, so it’s like getting two versions in one. The print is large, at 14 points, and the photos are in color.  Here’s a sample page. The discount will run through midnight on March 21, 2017.

In addition, Amazon and Barnes and Noble seem to be having a price war. They have marked the paper book down from $15.99 to $11.48 and $11.36 respectively.

Book: Remember Me: Loving and Caring for a Dog with Canine Cognitive DysfunctionMy book is also available in Kindle, Apple iBook, Nook, and Google digital formats. You can buy 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 2017

28 thoughts on “Canine Cognitive Dysfunction Book Wins Maxwell Award

    1. Thanks, Skye! Such high praise coming from you. How many dog books do you read in a year anyhow?

  1. Oh Eileen, that’s such good news! Am so pleased for you, and it’s very much deserved. You have such an effective and rewarding mix of precision, humility and wit. Enjoy your celebration!

  2. Congratulations Eileen. Yes, very well deserved. I can’t take you up on your offer as I bought the book ages ago, in the hope that I would never need it. It’s an excellent read all the same. Zoe is now 12 and still doing well.

  3. Congratulations. I will read this book one day. Right now, it hits a little too close to home, as we lost a much beloved family member recently who had CCD. I don’t think I could make it through the book right now, but one day!

  4. I’m so happy to hear the good news! I just knew you’d win because it’s quality book addressing a tough subject. All of our little dogs (my Clyde included) who had CCD are now dancing for joy in doggie heaven.. Be well, Eileen.
    blessings, Shona

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