Canine Cognitive Dysfunction

Photo: In Memoriam  by normanack on FlickrSenior pets are near and dear to me. Who can resist those soft eyes, full of trust and love? While it is sometimes more “work” to care for a senior pet, I always consider it an honor. A celebration of a life well-lived.

But what if the senior pet is cranky, gets “lost” in the house, or doesn’t seem to respond to you? It may be a condition called Canine Cognitive Dysfunction (CCD) or in simpler terms, senior dementia. I recently did an interview with Edie Jarolim of Will My Dog Hate Me? on this topic: Canine Cognitive Dysfunction: A Vet Explains

Learn more: about senior dementia, also known as Canine Cognitive Dysfunction (CCD).

Share your story about living with a pet who has senior dementia.

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Photo: In Memoriam by normanack on Flickr


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