Calm & Focus

Calm & Focus is a natural product made of a unique combination of ” Functional Foods” that contain some of the most effective antioxidants, beta glucans and omega 3 fatty acids available . It has been proven to help your cat or dog cope in times of stress and adapt to change, safely and effectively.
When used as directed this product has a calming influence similar in some ways to tranquilliser drugs, but without the side effects associated such as sedation or memory loss. It also makes any working dog more focused as a result of increasing its cognitive performance due to the influences of Omega 3 DHA.

Claims:
• An oral dietary supplement to:
• Helps reduce stress
• Helps reduce oxidative stress
• Helps reduce erosion of Telomere length

Health Science for your Pet™

A clinical study of stress-related illness in cats found that the biggest source of stress for domestic cats is unfriendly relationships with other cats in the house.

Ingredients & Nutritional Facts

per every 600mg capsule
• Golden Flaxseed – ALA (beneficial fatty acid)
• Laltide® – Proprietary yeast source of nucleotides, peptides and amino acids
• Golden Flaxseed – ALA (beneficial fatty acid)
• Laltide® – Proprietary yeast source of nucleotides, peptides and amino acids
• Omega 3 rTG, EPA+ DHA (from fish oil)
• Levucell® SC 20 – Saccharomyces cerevisiae CNCM I-1079
• Ganoderma lucidum
• Freeze Dried Melon rich in SOD and Catalase

Crude Protein: 25%
Total Fat: 12%
Crude Fibre: 7%
Ash: 3%
Moisture: 5%

Feeding Instructions & Contraindications

Break the capsule and add powder to your pets daily feed. Recommended daily dosage – see table. Double the recommended amount for 3-4 weeks. This loading time will replace their lost reserves and et them back on track to better mobility and comfort.

Small dog/cat < 5 – 12kg
1-3 Caps per day

Medium dog 12 – 25kg
3-6 Caps per day

Large dog 25 – 50 > kg
6-10 Caps per day

A feed supplement for horses not intended for food. Store in a cool dry place, keep out of direct sunlight. Store in a cool dry place. Reapply lid after use. Consult your veterinarian if using medication or for general advice.


Calm & Focus is a natural product made of a unique combination of ” Functional Foods” that  contain some of the most effective antioxidants, beta glucans and Omega-3 fatty acids available . It has been proven to help your cat or dog cope in times of stress and adapt to change, safely and effectively.

When used as directed this product has a calming influence similar in some ways to tranquillizer drugs, but without the side effects associated such as sedation or memory loss. It also makes any working dog more focused as a result of increasing its cognitive performance due to the influences of Omega-3 DHA.

Other stressful factors in your pets life increase levels of cortisol, called “the stress hormone,” cortisol influences, regulates or modulates many of the changes that occur in the body in response to stress including, but not limited to:

• Blood sugar (glucose) levels

• Immune responses

• Anti-inflammatory actions

• Blood pressure

• Central nervous system activation

Signs of Stress to watch out for are:

• Trembling and shaking

• Clinging to owners

• Cowering and hiding behind furniture

• Barking or meowing excessively

• Trying to run away

• Soiling the house

• Refusing to eat

• Pacing and panting

• Habits such as excessive licking or grooming

Once you know of a pending stressful situation occurring ( Fireworks, travel etc) increase the recommended dose to twice daily and start this at least 5 days beforehand.

Once the stress level has been stabilised, return to a maintenance dose, or as advised by your veterinarian.

Stress factors

Animals experience stress for a variety of reasons.

Calm & Focus can be used for Environmental changes (e.g. new pet, new baby or house moves) Multi animal households, Cattery or kennel stays, Fireworks, Home Alone or Travel anxieties.

A clinical study of stress-related illness in cats found that the biggest source of stress for domestic cats is unfriendly relationships with other cats in the house.

“Although many owners of cats taking part in the study reported that a fear of strangers was the most common problem they observed, this tends to be a short-term stressor,” said researchers.

A similar clinical study found that dogs in shelters get majorly stressed out by the excessive and prolonged barking of the other dogs, which can equally apply to the domestic or breeding environment, which some dogs are exposed to on a daily basis.

“Excessive noise in shelters can physically stress dogs and lead to behavioural, physiological and anatomical responses.”