Vitality & Activity

Dietary supplement for dogs
- for the prevention of
age-related problems

Particularly suitable

  • at first signs of ageing
  • lack of vitality and activity in mature dogs
  • age-related cardiovascular problems
  • early greying
  • age-related cloudiness of the lens


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CaniAge® Tabs


When are CaniAge Tabs® used?

CaniAge® Tabs supplement the dog’s diet in a targeted manner with nutrients known for their positive effect age-related problems.

How are CaniAge Tabs® used?

Giving the precise dosage of CaniAge® Tabs is as easy as you would think. Simply feed 1 1/2 tablets per 10 kg of body weight over the course of the day as “treats”. CaniAge® tastes like delicious treats to your dog or cat!

What are the available package sizes?

Jar 140 g (approx. 60 tabs)
Jar 280 g (approx. 120 tabs)

What is the precise composition?

Grape pips expeller (30 %); Lignocellulose; Fish oil, spray dried; Poultry meat meal; Whey powder; Brewers’ yeast, dried; Egg, dried; Poultry liver, dried; Herring meal; Magnesium stearate



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CaniAge® Tabs

What are the active ingredients in CaniAge®?


Grape seed, cold-pressed

(content: 30 %) The complex active substances in grape seeds are among the most effective natural substances in the neutralisation of free radicals in the body (ORAC value for grape seeds, cold-pressedt: 1748 μmol TU/g). The grape seed flour in CaniAge® Tabs is de-oiled in a gentle cold-press process and not by chemical extraction. Thus the unique natural active complex in the grape seed is fully preserved.


(Supplement from Tagetes erecta (1,200 mg/kg xanthophylls: lutein, zeaxanthin)

Marigolds are a natural source of the carotinoids lutein and zeaxanthin. In recent years, these have been the subject of targeted ophthalmological research in conjunction with age-related blindness (cataracts). Lutein and zeaxanthin have been shown to play a primary role in the neutralisation of free radicals in the lens and macula of the eye. When age-related cataracts are present, the concentration of lutein in the macula is significantly reduced.

Omega-3 fatty acids

(total content of  omega-3 fatty acids: 2.5%; eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA): 1.0%; docohexaenoic acid (DHA): 0.9%)

The high level of additional omega-3 fatty acids effectively narrows the usual ratio of omega-6 to omega-3 fatty acids in the diet. Omega-3 fatty acids are essential for brain function and help to alleviate inflammation.

Vitamin E

Vitamin E: (Supplement of vitamin E 5,000 mg/kg) Vitamin E is one of the most important antioxidants in cell metabolism. Vitamin E supplements are therefore recommended to reduce the risk of cell damage from free radicals and to limit the effect of stress on the body in general. It also protects the polyunsaturated fatty acids  (omega-3 fatty acids) and carotinoid from oxidation.

High-quality animal proteins

support protein metabolism, the optimal functioning of which is extremely important for your dog’s health and in his old age.