Dogs with canine dementia, also known as canine cognitive dysfunction, may have problems with their elimination habits, accidents which may seem more annoying than concerning at first. They may appear to have hearing or vision problems which later turn out to be dementia-related. Their activity level may be significantly reduced, or they may pace back and forth.
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