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How Do You Know Your Dog Has Canine Cognitive Dysfunction

Posted on: January 16, 2009

So how do you know when your dog has or could have Canine Cognitive Dysfunction? He may have one symptom or may have many. A diagnosis should be made if your dog has multiple symptoms across the spectrum or in one category. If a dog is showing just one of the symptoms, then you should try to find the ailment and not go with the disorder. Typically in most dogs, the symptoms are multiple. It is also unlikely that aggression will be a sole sign of Canine Cognitive Dysfunction. Aggression is a very broad sign and could be caused by anything from a disease, impaired vision

For more information on Canine Cognitive Dysfunction please visit http://dkrainwater.com/main/page_canine_cognitve_dysfunction.html

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