Vet warns of dementia in older pets

As pets live longer, due in part to advances in veterinary care and nutrition, they also become more prone to developing dementia in their later years, according to a veterinarian in South Yarmouth, Mass. While a few prescription drugs have been reported to help slow the progression of the disease, "there is some anecdotal evidence that diet can help early to moderate cognitive dysfunction," the veterinarian said.

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