If you are looking for information about dementia in dogs, or moral support if you have already know your dog has dementia, you have come to the right place.

Dog with canine cognitive dysfunction with her head in a corner

Standing with the head in a corner as Cricket is doing is a common sign of dementia in dogs

My dog Cricket was diagnosed with canine cognitive dysfunction, also called dementia or doggie Alzheimer’s, in 2011 at the age of 15. She had been showing signs even before that.

For the rest of her days, I worked to make her life as happy and safe as possible, and have shared what I have learned with others. She lived a good life for two more years.



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Many visitors come here trying to figure out whether their dogs are affected, and if so what to do about it. That’s why I wrote this book.

On this site, you can also check out photos and videos that demonstrate the signs of canine cognitive dysfunction. I’ve shared information on the symptoms and treatment of the condition, including a printable symptoms checklist you can take to your vet. I share general tips on how best to care for a senior dog. I also have information that may help you make a decision about euthanasia if such a decision becomes necessary.

Take a look around, leave me a comment about your dog, and be sure and check out my book: Remember Me? Loving and Caring for a Dog with Canine Cognitive Dysfunction.  I respond to comments. You can support the site by purchasing the book or sharing it on social media.

But most important: spread the word about dementia in dogs any way you can. Here’s wishing happiness for you and your dog.

Elderly dog with dementia sitting in a woman's lap

Cricket lived with dementia for more than two years and still had a full life