Her book is available on Amazon in paperback and Kindle ebook formats: Remember Me? Loving and Caring for a Dog with Canine Cognitive Dysfunction
Review copies are available in both electronic and print formats. Please request them through the contact information given in the media kit.
July 3, 2016: Bulk orders are now available for orders of 10 or more copies. Check out the Bulk Orders page for details!
News, Reviews, and Interviews
Coming up: Remember Me? will be the featured book in the Facebook Group Books, Banter and Barks from April 16, 2019 – April 30, 2019. Join the group!
- January 7, 2019: Eileen Anderson was interviewed in a Facebook Live session in the Marketing for R+ Dog Training Pros group by Michael Badial.
- December 19, 2018: Remember Me was featured in the Companion Animal Psychology website’s article, Animal Lovers Pick Their Favorite Books of 2018.
- December 11, 2018: Eileen Anderson was featured on Your Family Dog podcast with Colleen Pelar and Julie Fudge Smith, discussing canine cognitive dysfunction.
- September 18, 2018: Eileen Anderson was interviewed in Petcorps Professional Pet Care Pawdcast with Jason Smith: Loving and Caring for a Dog with Canine Cognitive Dysfunction
- April 26, 2018 Dutch public television program Focus aired an episode on animals that featured some footage of Cricket with dementia.
- April 20, 2018 Fenzi Dog Sports Podcast: Eileen Anderson, Meeting Our Dogs’ Needs
- October 2017: Bark magazine published an extensive article on canine cognitive dysfunction by Susan and Michael Cain. The article featured Eileen’s work and photos of Cricket.
- March 30, 2017: Val Hughes published part 2 of her discussion with Eileen: Canine Cognitive Dysfunction—Questions.
- March 23, 2017: Val Hughes published a lovely article on canine cognitive dysfunction featuring a review of Remember Me and a mini-interview with Eileen for Fox28 in Spokane. Stay tuned for Part 2!
- March 7, 2017: Eileen Anderson’s appearance on the Pet Professional Guild World Service Radio/podcast was published as a YouTube video.
- February 12, 2017: Remember Me? won a Maxwell Award from the Dog Writers Association of America for 2016 book on Health, Behavior, or General Care.
- November 20, 2016: Remember Me? is now available as an iBook through iTunes and the iBook Store.
- November 20, 2016: Eileen is featured on Nick Benger’s Dog Talk Podcast: A Conversation with Eileen Anderson.
- September 19, 2016: Eileen Anderson’s blog Eileenanddogs.com made a top 100 dog blog list, coming in at #40. Take care if you visit the site; if you give your email address to follow a blog through their post, you are setting an account up with them and the site is quite aggressive.
- September 6, 2016: Eileen Anderson’s video and photos are featured on the Australian Broadcasting Company’s weekly prime-time science program, Catalyst. The episode, Making Dogs Happy 1, can be viewed internationally here.
- July 2016: Remember Me? is now available in print from Barnes and Noble.
- May 18, 2016: Remember Me? is now sold at Dogwise.com!
- April 7, 2016: Remember Me? given 5-star review by Amazon #20 Top Reviewer Claire Jordan: A three-hanky read!
- April 2016: a printed interview with Eileen: Canine Cognitive Dysfunction: What Is It and What Are the Warning Signs? was featured on the Best Bully Sticks site.
- March 24, 2016: Eileen Anderson had a live interview on “Pet Talk” on KOKX Radio AM 1310 in Keokuk, Iowa.
- February 7, 2016: Eileen Anderson chatted with Louise Stapleton-Frappell and Niki Tudge on Pet Professional Guild World Services Internet Radio. Eileen was first on the program. Link to the recording of the PPG World Services podcast.
- January 23-24, 2016: Eileen Anderson interviewed about Canine Cognitive Dysfunction on The Pet Buzz on Courtelyou Road radio (Brooklyn, NY) and WSRQ Radio (Sarasota, FL).
- January 9, 2016 Remember Me was featured and linked from a Toronto Star article: Consult Your Vet and Test Your Dog for Canine Cognitive Dysfunction
- December 14, 2015: Eileen Anderson gave a webinar: Canine Cognitive Dysfunction: What Dog Trainers and Owners Need to Know
- December 13, 2015 Remember Me was featured in a Sacramento Bee article: Our Pets Are Living Longer–and Developing Aging Issues Common to Humans