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Canine Cognitive Dysfunction Questionnaire:

Canine Cognitive Dysfunction (CCD) is a mental degeneration disease (similar to Alzheimer's Disease in humans) that can be quite difficult to diagnose. With the aid of this questionnaire, we are trying to help you identify CCD early so you can start treating for the disease sooner rather than later

Q1.

How often does your dog walk pace around without apparent purpose?

Never
Once a month
Once a week
Once a day
More than once a day

Q2.

How often does your dog stare blankly at the walls or floor?

Never
Once a month
Once a week
Once a day
More than once a day

Q3.

How often does your dog get stuck behind objects?

Never
Once a month
Once a week
Once a day
More than once a day

Q4.

How often does your dog fail to recognise familiar objects or people?

Never
Once a month
Once a week
Once a day
More than once a day

Q5.

How often does your dog walk in to walls or doors?

Never
Once a month
Once a week
Once a day
More than once a day

Q6.

How often does your dog move to avoid petting?

Never
Once a month
Once a week
Once a day
More than once a day

Q7.

How often does your dog have difficulty finding food dropped on the floor?

Never
About a third of the time
About two thirds of the time
Most of the time
Always

Answer the following questions in comparison to 6 months ago:

Q8.

Compared to 6 months ago - Does your dog pace and wander without apparent direction?

Much less
Slightly less
The same
Slightly more
Much more

Q9.

Compared to 6 months ago - Does your dog stare blankly at the walls or floor?

Much less
Slightly less
The same
Slightly more
Much more

Q10.

Compared to 6 months ago - Does your dog urinate or deficate in an area previously kept clean?

Much less
Slightly less
The same
Slightly more
Much more

Q11.

Compared to 6 months ago - Does your dog struggle to find food dropped on the floor?

Much less
Slightly less
The same
Slightly more
Much more

Q12.

Compared to 6 months ago - Does your dog struggle to recognise familiar objects and people?

Much less
Slightly less
The same
Slightly more
Much more

Q13.

Compared to 6 months ago - How much time does you dog spend being active?

Much less
Slightly less
The same
Slightly more
Much more

End of Questions

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[v3.0] The canine cognitive dysfunction calculator was developed by PetSci based on research provided to VetPlus® for their consumer product Aktivait©. This calculator is provided for informational purposes only and should not replace the expert opinion of your veterinarian.