Aktivait Tablets for Medium & Large Dog
Support your ageing dog's brain function with Aktivait Capsules for medium and large breed dogs.
How it works
Much like humans, the ageing process in dogs can have a negative impact on their well-being. This is often due to 'free radicals' picked up along the way, which damage essential brain tissue and pathways. The effects can build up over time, causing disorientation and disturbed sleeping habits.
Aktivait has combined the nutrients needed to keep your dog at optimum health in a simple capsule, which works to support brain function in senior years. Each capsule contains a complex mix of antioxidants, including vitamins C, E and CoQ10, as well as alpha lipoid acid, to help the function of nerve cells.
- slows down the ageing process
- supports brain function as he adapts into senior life
- helps hold off cognitive disorder development
- reduces symptoms of disorientation, reducing distress
- helps reduce the breakdown of healthy, established sleeping patterns in old age.
When to use it
We often think of dogs as being there to meet our needs with their joyful energy and unconditional love. It's important to remember, though, that ageing dogs increasingly rely on our support as they get older. Whether your dog is bounding into their senior years or already showing signs of disorientation, Aktivait capsules are a great way to protect their brain.
You should speak to your vet if you're concerned about your dog's symptoms in their later years and understand that seniority begins at different ages for different breeds. These capsules are specifically for medium and large dogs, though Aktivait makes them for smaller dogs too.
- Phosphatidylserine – a phospholipid, which helps to maintain normal cell membrane function
- Omega 3 fatty acids – eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA)
- L-Carnitine – essential for cellular metabolism and healthy mitochondrial function
- Co-enzyme Q10 – used to aid energy production, also has potent antioxidant effects
- Selenium – an antioxidant and important mineral in maintaining natural cognitive function
- Vitamin E – a very potent antioxidant and lipid soluble vitamin with cell-protecting effects
- Vitamin C – a water soluble antioxidant vitamin
- Alpha Lipoic Acid – a coenzyme used in mitochondrial metabolism, also has antioxidant effects.
|10 - 20kg|| |
21 - 40kg
|3 capsules |
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Worth every pennyAdvised to try by our vet....& for our dog it’s certainly been worthwhile. My 15+ year old collie now happier, more alert & calm. Obviously not the panacea for all but certainly been a positive move for us. Noticed the effects within a couple of weeks so purchasing a one month supply may well be beneficial initially.
Has helped my little terrierMy Border Terrier/Jack Russell cross, was diagnosed with canine dementia just over a year ago. My vet recommended this product to me. He has one tablet every morning, he thinks it’s a treat, and it has made quite a difference in his behaviour. He has stopped going to the wrong side of the door to go out, his standing and staring into nothing is now less frequent and his other symptoms are no where near as severe.
We have seen such a differenceWe have a 12 year GSD and around 2 years ago, she became more anxious and noise sensitive and displaying some worrying behaviours such as hiding when she heard bleeps or standing facing the wall. It was heartbreaking. We researched and found it could be general noise sensitivity or the beginning of dementia. We started her on these, not expecting much of a change but we are astounded at the difference in her, she can still react to certain sounds but it is far less of a reaction and the other behaviours have stopped . She is back to being the dog we know and we know that every day is precious with her but these have kept her quality of life and she is loving life again.
Probably worth a tryThe vet suggested trying these for a couple of months to see if they help - she feels my dog likely has early onset dementia arising out of her underlying health condition and sensory impairments. I don't have any trouble giving the sizeable tablets to her in her meals (polyphagia has some advantages!); However, I wouldn't say we are getting definite improvements. We gave it two months as recommended, had a month off and tried again to compare. Very expensive for long term use, especially given it is a food supplement rather than a drug, so given the lack of clear benefits in our case, I think our money is better spent on other things.
AktivateMy springer had a vestibular disease I give her 2 tablets a day and she is running around as if she was a puppy and she’s 15 this year. Recommend them to an older dog