Like any disease, treatments may be a success or a failure, depending on a patient’s condition. There is no cure for CDS, but it responds relatively well to medications that help slow and alleviate symptoms.
If your dog shows signs of CDS, and you are considering medicating or treating your dog, first contact your local vet.
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“In the end, dementia, both in dogs and humans, is about management.
It can’t be cured, so it’s important to have patience and strive for
a treatment that would do
the trick,” remarks Dr. Park.
"Such short little lives our pets have to spend with us, and they spend most of it waiting for us to come home each day.”