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

Hearing and vision problems also associated with canine cognitive dysfunction.

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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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