BrainCopa®’s unique and powerful formulation, based on scientific research and traditional medicine, provides targeted multi-action support – promoting normal brain and mental function to help keep your pet’s mind agile. This can be especially useful in older pets experiencing cognitive decline and associated symptoms, such as memory loss, restlessness, agitation, disorientation, altered behaviour and sleep, and house-soiling, where BrainCopa® enables your pet to better cope with these changes.
Utilising the power of traditional medicine and scientific evidence, BrainCopa® Tablets combine a range of natural ingredients known to promote brain health and cognitive function, including:
Bacopa monnieri– Long used in Ayurvedic medicine as a ‘brain tonic’, bacopa is a powerful antioxidant which supports the central nervous system, memory and cognitive function. 2 It can also help maintain a normal inflammatory state in the brain.3
DHA powder – Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) is an omega-3 fatty acid which is vital for brain development and ongoing brain function. It has been shown to support cognitive function in older dogs and is well-tolerated and readily absorbed.1 Our DHA powder is sourced from algae, so is super sustainable.
Ginkgo biloba– Used in traditional Chinese medicine, and rich in anti-oxidants, this herb has been found to improve the quality of life of older dogs. It has been shown to minimise the impact of disorientation, and sleep and behavioural changes.5
Lemon balm – A calming herb, traditionally used to aid those with sleep disturbances. It helps to support mental wellbeing and has also been found to promote optimal cognitive function.4
Vitamin E – Recognised as a powerful antioxidant, Vitamin E helps support optimal memory and aids DHA uptake in the brain.6
Here’s Managing Director, Jo Boughton-White with more information on our new cognitive supplement, BrainCopa®
Earlier this year, we asked 21 Dorwest customers to take part in a trial for our new cognitive supplement, BrainCopa®, all with dogs needing different levels of cognitive support. The trial included a variety of breeds with ages from 7 to 15 years.
After the 28 day trial period, we asked the participants to complete a survey and here are the results…