Anti-Ageing  tm

When our pets age, their central nervous system displays a loss of neurons, brain atrophy and a calcification of the meninges (Head, 2001 ; Roudebush & al, 2005). Most of the atrophy occurs in the cortex. There is a correlation between cortical atrophy and cognitive problems (Rofina & al, 2006) in both humans and dogs (Du & al, 2005 ; Ezekiel & al, 2004). Deposits of platelets of amyloid-beta peptides are also observed. These deposits increase with age and are linked to the severity of the cognitive deficiency (Colle & al, 2000). These amyloid-beta platelets are neurotoxic and compromise normal neuron function. There are also a great many vascular and peri-vascular changes. These can restrict blood flow and the supply of essential nutrients (Gerlach & al, 1994 ; Araujo & al, 2002). As the brain ages, it is less able to fight oxidative stress, a cause of neuron malfunction (Kiaipattanasakul & al, 1997 ; Head & al, 2002). All these tissue changes explain the decline of cognitive function, disorientation, memory loss, disturbance of the day/night cycles and withdrawal.


The nutritional components of Miloa Anti-Ageing TM work together to optimise the well-being of pets that are showing signs of ageing, sustain psychological and cognitive acquisition, and support the memory and physical abilities.

Blackcurrant, bilberry, co-enzyme Q10 and vitamin E are powerful antioxidants that neutralise free radicals.


  • Vitamins: Vitamin E10,430 UI/kg


  • Fish meal
  • Ribes nigrum (blackcurrant) 4 %
  • Panax ginseng (ginseng)
  • Vaccinium myrtillus (bilberry)
  • Panax quinquefolius (American ginseng)
  • Ginkgo biloba (ginkgo)
  • Melissa officinalis (lemon balm)
  • Inactive yeast rich in co-enzyme Q10


  • For dogs and cats < 10 kg:1/2 tab/d
  • Dogs between 10 and 20 kg: 1 tab/d
  • Dogs between 20 and 30 kg:2 tab/d
  • Dogs > 30 kg:3 tab/d

The above quantities can be doubled in the first two weeks. The period of use of Miloa Anti-Ageing TM can vary according to your pet’s needs. The tablets are extremely palatable. Most cats and dogs will swallow them without fuss, but they can also be crushed and mixed with food.


Store in a cool (< 25 °C) and dry place in original packaging. Keep away from the sun light. Close tightly after opening. Keep out of reach of children. Best before 24 months after the date of manufacture. Batch number and date of manufacture: see packaging.


Box with 60 palatable tablets.
Each tablet weighing 2 g.
Net weight: 120 g.

They are using Anti-Ageing tm

Anti Ageing tm
Asterix is a Labrador, nearly 14 years old, and has been taking Anti-Ageing TM daily for a year. This treatment was prescribed because he was feeling out of sorts and had no appetite. Since he started on Anti-Ageing TM, his owner feels he has been livelier and more alert for a dog of his age and he has regained his appetite.

Julie, Specialist Veterinary Assistant - Myvet veterinary clinic in Saint-Saulve

Anti Ageing tm
Buzz is 13 and last Christmas he had symptoms suggesting either a stroke or a brain tumour. He was disoriented and generally listless. He’s been taking two of the round grey Anti-Ageing TM tablets every day for the past three months and is livelier these days. I ran out of them for a week and really noticed a difference, in that he was disoriented and sluggish. Dr Boulay at the veterinary clinic in Belleville-sur-Saône advised me that he should continue the treatment for the rest of his life.

Mrs Stéphanie Ponthus - Belleville-sur-Saône

Anti Ageing tm
Since about 3 to 4 months our 12-year-old Yorkie Bill has appeared more and more absent, in his own world, straight on his 4 paws, with a fixed gaze, no reaction to being called, nor to the ring of the front doorbell... We talked to our veterinarian who prescribed Anti-Ageing TM Miloa and within a week we felt the results. It’s a real boost. He became attentive again, almost no more absences. A new-found energy! This Anti-Ageing TM herbal supplement that we mix with his kibbles will be for life but the well-being of our companion has no price.

Miss Maryse DELSART

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This is Abby, a castrated Brittany aged 14 years and 2 months and weighing 12.5 kg, who has stage C dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM). His existing treatment was Benazepril (ACEI: angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitor) in a single dose of 0.4 mg/kg/d, in addition to one Anti-Ageing TM tablet every morning since he suffered a stroke. About ten days after having his stroke and starting on Anti-Ageing TM, there was a marked improvement and some four weeks later he’d completely recovered from the stroke without any after-effects. He then began to get increasingly breathless and developed a cough. A cardiopulmonary examination revealed pulmonary oedema and also that his DCM had worsened since the previous check-up eight months earlier. I therefore supplemented his treatment with 2mg/kg/d Furosemide, administered in two daily doses, and one Cardio Supp TM tablet a day in the morning. As agreed, Abby’s owner called me ten days after the start of the new treatment and reported that Abby was beginning to feel much better and was much less tired than previously. A month later, during his clinical check-up, Abby was very lively and even tried to jump up onto the consultation table. Cardio Supp TM was always my second-line treatment for patients with cardiac problems, but I’ve been using it as the first-line treatment since Abby.

Dr Lucas Sanier - Saint Mathieu veterinary clinic