Possiblly A dog may develop dementia
There is probably a good explanation for why grizzled veterans are incapable of picking up new skills.
Canine cognitive dysfunction (CCD) is a neurodegenerative condition also known as "doggy dementia."
According to the findings of a new study that was published in Scientific Reports.
The likelihood of a dog developing this neurodegenerative condition increases by 52 percent every year after the age of 10.
Researchers from the University of Washington discovered that affected dogs may have "learning & memory deficiencies, loss of spatial awareness, changed social interactions, & sleeping pattern."
As dogs get older, their owners should be on the lookout for the symptoms of canine cognitive dysfunction (CCD).
According to a veterinarian who serves as the chief veterinary officer for the North American Veterinary Community.
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