Supplements for Age-Related Dementia?

Just because it’s available on the retail shelf doesn’t mean it’s worth a try.

An estimated 28 percent of dogs 11 to 12 years old develop at least one sign of canine cognitive dysfunction — the medical term for age-related dementia. For dogs 15 to 16, the prevalence goes up to 68 percent — two out of three. It’s a difficult process to watch a beloved dog go through. […]
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