One simple thing can help boost your senior pet’s brain power

By Friday, January 8, 2016

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. However, all opinions and anecdotes are my own, and I never promote any products or brands I don’t believe in.

As pets age, they often experience a decline in their cognitive abilities. You can help keep your pet’s mind in tip-top shape with Neutricks, a supplement proven to support healthy brain function, mental agility and cognitive focus.

If there’s anything better or more lovable than a senior pet, I haven’t found it yet! Those silver muzzles. Those soulful eyes. Those sweet souls.

Although it varies by breed and size, most dogs are considered to be “senior” by the time they’re seven years old. For cats, it’s between seven and ten. But as with humans, age is just a number for pets…especially if owners take proactive steps to keep them healthy, stimulated and active.

This includes their brains, not just their bodies. That’s because pets often experience a decline in their cognitive abilities as they age. This condition, called Cognitive Dysfunction Syndrome (CDS), affects approximately 50% of senior pets. That’s 28 million pets in the US alone!

Common symptoms of CDS include:

  • House soiling
  • Disorientation or confusion
  • Sleep or activity changes
  • Wandering or pacing
  • Not responding to name or commands

Luckily, there are a number of things you can do to help boost your pet’s brain function, including adding the supplement Neutricks to your pet’s diet.

2_Bottles_Dog_CatThe only supplement on the market developed specifically for brain health, Neutricks is recommended by veterinarians, leading veterinary schools and Dr. Marty Becker. The supplement contains Calcium Binding Protein, something that every brain cell needs. Without it, the cell gets a buildup of calcium and dies. Over 50 years of research has shown that the lack of this protein is seen in virtually all brain health issues. By supplementing this protein, you may be able to help keep your pet’s brain healthier.

Neutricks is very safe with no known contraindication, and has been proven to support healthy brain function, mental agility and cognitive focus. Veterinary neurologists say there is a point of no return with CDS, so pets with this condition should start receiving the supplement as soon as possible. Even if your pet is currently showing no signs of CDS, adding Neutricks now could help delay the onset.

So do yourself (and your pet) a favor and visit Neutricks.com. Their site is packed with information about CDS, the latest research and customer testimonials. You can also purchase both the cat and dog supplement on their site for $39.95.

Check out our Daytime TV segment about Neutricks and senior pet mental health.

Learn more about Missy, today’s adoptable pet and others senior, small dogs available, visit www.canineestates.com or facebook.com/CanineEstatesInc on Facebook.

Dogs can be seen by appointment. Call 727-412-0558 or email director@canineestates.com.

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