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Danielle A. Gunn-Moore

Professor of Feline Medicine

The University of Edinburgh

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The University of Edinburgh

33 Buccleuch Place

Edinburgh, Edinburgh,EH8 9JS

United Kingdom

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Background Information

Employment History

President

Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons


Affiliations

International Society of Feline Medicine

Executive Committee


Feline Clinic

Founder


Duphar

Feline Fellow


Education

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BSc


PhD study


PhD study

University of Bristol


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The Roslin Institute (University of Edinburgh) - Division of Infection and Immunity

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Professor Danielle Gunn-Moore


Cat's Gone Crazy? No, Just Senile PLUS Feline Memories Found to be Fleeting, News from VetLocator.com

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The behaviors associated with senility in cats range from acting disoriented to changes in their social relationships, to shifting sleep habits, said lead author Danielle Gunn-Moore, head of the Feline Clinic at the University of Edinburgh's Hospital for Small Animals.
They may also include inappropriate vocalizing, forgetting commands, breaking housetraining, pacing, wandering, sluggishness, unusual interest or disinterest in food, and decreased grooming and confusion, such as "forgetting that they have just been fed," said Gunn-Moore. These behaviors can also be associated with other health conditions, such as thyroid problems and diabetes. To rule out those possibilities, one of Gunn-Moore's team members, Kelly Moffat of Arizona's Mesa Animal Hospital, conducted a study on 154 geriatric cats brought to local vets. Together, Moffat, Gunn-Moore and other researchers then focused on the aged cats' brains, using X-rays and post-mortem analysis. This protein is "crucial to our understanding of the aging process in cats," Gunn-Moore said. Gunn-Moore believes that good diet, mental stimulation and companionship appear to reduce the risk of dementia in both humans and cats. "If humans and their cats live in a poor environment with little company and stimulation, they are both at higher risk of dementia," she said.


Feline Dementia : Will dementia afflict your cat?

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Dr Danielle Gunn-Moore, professor of feline medicine and head of companion animal science at the University of Edinburgh, believes that approximately ten percent of cats of all ages will go on to be affected by geriatric onset behavioral problems.


Petplan and the Feline Advisory Bureau team up

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Hot topics such as Tritrichomonas foetus, Calicivirus, Ringworm, Lymphosarcoma and Orofacial pain (Professor Danièlle Gunn-Moore, University of Edinburgh)


Degenerative neurological cat disease | Mystery robotic cat disease

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Danielle Gunn-Moore, a professor of feline medicine at Edinburgh University, said: "Their head is forward, their chin is slightly down, their ears are forward and they have a very stiff walk and a stiff tail ...


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