New book discusses how dogs can get Alzheimers and how to help those who do

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Dogs get the same diseases people do, including dementia and Alzheimer’s, which is now a leading cause of death in humans, according to the National Institute on Aging Alzheimer’s Disease.

Author F. Barish-Stern wrote a book to help pet parents understand what she didn’t… even after raising nine dogs, some whom lived into their 20’s.

“Shamrock’s Story from Hurricane Katrina to Doggy Dementia & Alzheimer’s,” is published by Golden Quill Press, which announced the release of the book in a press release.

According to the release, a writer for over 30 years, Barish-Stern used her journalism background to interview over 50 veterinarians, Alzheimer’s specialists, researchers and best-selling authors to learn about this disease. The author also weaves her dog’s journey through the stages of dementia and Alzheimer’s.

The book focuses on the Power of 3:

  • Prevention is Key,
  • Recognition of Signs
  • and Early Treatments.Barish-Stern writes in many genres, including Sci-Fi/Fantasy, Non-Fiction, and Historical Non-Fiction.To learn more about “Shamrock’s Story” and F. Barish-Stern visit Golden Quill Press. The book is also available on Amazon.

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