Senior 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).
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Photo: In Memoriam by normanack on Flickr
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