MUE Resource Center

Created in loving memory of Piper

By Dog Moms

Meningoencephalitis Explained

What to Expect & More

If your dog has been diagnosed with meningoencephalitis of unknown etiology (MUE)
or one of the diseases in that category such as granulomatous meningoencephalomyelitis (GME), and you need information, you've come to the right place.

We created this website in loving memory of Piper who was in remission 6 amazing years after being diagnosed with GME.

We hope you find the information useful
and it gives you more time with your MUE / GME warrior!

Piper's GME Story

Our GME experience including side effects, ups/downs, supplements and more


What tests are needed and
how quickly they need to be done


A hard topic to discuss. How much
do you need to budget?


Reference documents, medicine tracker,
research, and other resources

What is MUE / GME

A simple explanation
of a very complex disease


Learn about the most successful
treatment regimes

Frequently Asked Questions

Common questions
& answers


Symtoms can be very different
depending on location and severity


What is the prognosis after
being diagnosed?


Our recommendations on food,
supplements, & more for long term success

Removing Synthetics From Your Dog's Environment

Many synthetic products, such as your dog's shampoo, laundry detergents, carpet cleaners, foods, treats, and more contain artificial or synthetic ingredients.

Synthetics can cause inflammation in the body by introducing a non-natural substance.

When Piper was diagnosed, we removed all synthetic products from her environment. We encourage you to research every product and look for safer, more natural alternatives.

This Website is Sponsored by 4-Legger, LLC

The development and maintenance of this website is sponsored by 4-Legger Organic Dog Shampoo.

Clean Ingredients ~ Clean Dogs

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If you think your pet has a medical emergency, call or visit your veterinarian or your local veterinary emergency hospital immediately. We do not endorse any specific tests, veterinarians, products, procedures, opinions, or other information that may be mentioned on this website. Reliance on any information appearing on this website is entirely at your own risk.