Awareness and management of canine cognitive dysfunction
Sunday, October 2, 2022
Canine cognitive dysfunction syndrome (CDS) affects many senior pet dogs worldwide. In addition to veterinary support, owners can be given advice on what behaviour changes may be observed, such as disorientation, a decline in response to training cues and established toilet training, an increase in anxiety and change in activity patterns. Raising awareness and providing management advice may help owners to protect their ageing dogs from stress and injury, and enjoy their final years together.
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