Since our pets are getting better care than ever before they are living longer and longer lives and we are seeing more aging changes in the brains of our patients. A common finding in our older pets is a cognitive decline. Seen more commonly in dogs, this phenomenon has been given the name Canine Cognitive Disorder. Although this disease can be debilitating, there is something we as pet owners can do to delay its onset that will help not only our pets but ourselves as well. Please read the following article for more information.