Signs Of Dementia In Dogs & Cats – How To Slow Progression
Our pets are living longer than ever before due to advances in veterinary medicine, sadly this means we often see more signs of dementia.
However, it’s not just old dogs and old cats that might show signs of a cognitive disorder.
Studies have shown that symptoms can start to show as early as 8 years old.
In this tutorial, Dr Leigh discusses what the signs and symptoms of dementia are for cats and dogs, and the steps we can take to slow the progression of this cognitive dysfunction.
We need to remember it’s not just old dogs and old cats that might show signs of a cognitive disorder.
Studies have shown that symptoms can start to show as young as 8 years old.
There are many things that you can do as a pet owner to help slow the progression of cat and dog dementia.
After watching the tutorial make sure you download the freebie symptom checker to determine if your pet is showing symptoms of canine cognitive dysfunction or feline cognitive dysfunction.
If you are worried about your pet our team of online vets are available 24/7 to discuss and determine treatment strategies specifically for your pet and their circumstances. You can contact an online vet here.
If you wish to continue to learn more about cognitive dysfunction check out our article Canine Cognitive Dysfunction: Signs of Dementia In Dogs
Download your free dementia symptom checker here: