Dogs Who Don’t Exercise Regularly Appear At Much Greater Risk for Dementia

Hearing and vision problems also associated with canine cognitive dysfunction.

An inactive dog is between six and seven times likelier to have dementia than a dog of the same age and breed who engages regularly in physical activity. So suggest the results of a study of more than 15,000 dogs participating in the Dog Aging Project, an initiative led by researchers at the University of […]
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