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Schizophrenia In Dogs

Animals  (tags: dogs, schizophrenia, behavioral )

- 3026 days ago -
It is now accepted that dogs suffer schizophrenia. Schizophrenia is NOT a split personality: the legendary split occurs between thinking and feeling leading to the hallmark feature of inappropriateness of mood. Effected individuals may play nicely with a

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Kim Cooney (0)
Wednesday October 15, 2008, 5:40 am
The author of the article on schizophrenia in dogs is a vet and did her doctorate on this topic. It is very interesting.
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