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What is Antinol?®

Antinol® is the all new natural joint support supplement containing PCSO-524® and it’s now available around the world.

The concentrated formula supports the natural anti-inflammatory action of the body’s metabolism, helping to keep joints healthy and to maintain mobility.

Antinol® is a fast acting formula and taken daily, Antinol® will help your dog maintain an active lifestyle and will help support joint metabolism.

Why Antinol® is Unique

Antinol® is the result of years of research in isolating and combining lipid groups and essential acids.

Antinol® cannot be compared to other products on the market due to the patented extraction process as evidenced by Professor Sir Michael Whitehouse in the published Medical Journal of Inflammopharmacology.

Around the world, many veterinarians use Antinol® to help support dogs' ability to run, walk and jump and help maintain quality of life.

Ask your vet how Antinol® can help your dog by supporting joint and cartilage health.

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The Active Ingredients in Antinol®

PCSO-524® 50mg, D-Alpha Tocopherol (Vitamin E), Gelatin, Glycerin, Olive Oil

PCSO-524®

PCSO-524® is a unique CO2 stabilized oil from the New Zealand Green-Lipped mussel, Perna canaliculus. It’s the functional ingredient in the formulation of Antinol®, derived only from a patented process unique to Antinol®

Patented stabilisation and extraction processes concentrate and preserve the original active properties of the New Zealand Green-Lipped mussels’ fatty acids, including EPA and DHA.

Antinol® Fatty Acid Crystallisation

Fatty acid crystals may appear within Antinol® and look like cloudy sediment has formed inside the soft gel capsule. This crystallisation is a natural chemical process and occurs randomly in the formulated product with cooler storage conditions (change of weather season / refrigerator storage). These temperature conditions will also make the soft gel capsule feel firmer and harder. This change in appearance and feel is normal and does not affect the integrity, safety or performance of the product.

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Safe & Clinically Tested

Antinol® is routinely recommended by veterinarians around the world. In just 3 years, Antinol® has become the leading joint mobility therapy in Japan and the good news is that it’s now registered and available in the UK!


Antinol® has been clinically proven to support and promote optimal health.

Ask your vet about Antinol®

If this is your first time using Antinol® it’s always a good idea to discuss your pet's condition with your vet, who will be able to advise on how Antinol® could support joint health and mobility for your pet.

Feeding & Storing Antinol®

Antinol® is a small soft gel capsule only 1cm long so it’s super easy to give to your pet. Most dogs will gladly eat it out of your hand, however as the PCSO-524® has a very distinct marine smell we would suggest if they are a chomper rather than an inhaler of treats to not use this method.

Instead, try mixing it in with a small amount of wet food or a treat. There is also the option to pierce the soft gel capsuleand mix the oil in with their food or treat such as yoghurt.

Antinol® is best stored at 25°C or below.

Keep Antinol® out of direct sunlight and away from heat and humidity. Ideally, in hotter climates, Antinol® should be kept in the refrigerator and removed from the container just prior to feeding.

Feeding Guide

The amount of Antinol® capsules recommended will depend on your pet’s weight and the severity of their symptoms / condition.

Below is a guide for dogs but it’s always best to consult your vet for the most accurate dosage for your pet if this is your first time using Antinol®.

Dog dosage

Dogs

Under 20 kg

1 Capsule Daily
Dog capsule 1

Over 20 kg

2 Capsules Daily
Dog capsule 2
Cat dosage

Cats

Up to 20 lbs

1 Capsule Daily
Cat capsule 1

Over 20 lbs

1-2 Capsules Daily
Cat capsule 2

Where to Get Antinol®

Antinol® is exclusively available from your vet or on through our online store

Want us to provide your vet with a Vet Code for a 5% discount on Antinol? Would you like Antinol stocked at your local vet practice?

Suggest your Vet below and we'll get in touch with their practice!

Words from the Pet Owners

The Beale Clinic Observational Clinical Trial has been underway in Australia since late 2017.

It is a multinational study observing the effects of Antinol® using a questionnaire format for use in peer-reviewed journals.

Below are some of the success stories from the owners point of view.

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George

I am proud that I could make George healthier

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Hello, my name is Gig and his name is George. He is 5 years old. He is a Pomeranian mix which had patella luxation like many other Pomeranians.

He had an operation on his right leg, a year later, he had an operation on his left leg. After the operation, it seemed like he still had a problem around his patella. Back then he was about 3 years old. He started to lift his leg and limping so I took him to the vet. The vet examined him and prescribed Antinol®.

The result was great. After one week treated with Antinol®, I could see him improvement in walking and running. I’m very happy he got a lot better. As you can see he can run, jump high, walk up and down the stairs.

I will continue feeding him with Antinol® because it improves her quality of life. He got a lot better. He is brave enough to jump, run and hop on the table which he normally doesn't do. I am proud that I could make George healthier.

Kitiya Hnuthong - Bangkok

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Gucci

She doesn’t need to take painkillers anymore

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Gucci is 9 Years old. On that day, she jumped and suddenly screamed really loudly. We had to take her to the hospital. Back then, she was only 3 years old. The vet who examined her said that she had Pattela luxation and she needed to get surgery.

A week later, she was still suffering. The vet needed to operate again the following week. I felt so bad. She was depressed and couldn’t even walk.

I fed her painkillers to control the pain for around 5 years until last year when the vet prescribed Antinol®. Now she is happier. She can jump. She doesn’t need to take painkillers anymore. I’ve continued giving her Antinol®. She can now enjoy her life and ask for a treat from grandma.

Saravadee Wangmanee - Bangkok

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Ai-Nam

The joy that she had lost has returned like before

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Hello. My name is Prajak. I’m the owner of this dog. She’s a female named Ai-nam.

When her symptoms first started, it was like her rear would sway back and forth. When she would jump in the car or go up the stairs, her back legs didn’t have much strength. When she jumped, we usually had to lend a hand to help her up. When walking her rear had an abnormal sway. She had no strength for getting into the car, especially in her back legs.

After that, I felt her rear was swaying more and more, so I took her to see the vet. The vet checked her symptoms and X-rayed her. He found that her hip joint was starting to have problems. She was getting old. When we took her to the vet, she said they would need to operate on the hip joint, and we made the appointment. But actually we didn’t want to operate. We felt worried for her so the vet recommended Antinol®.

After one month passed by it was clear to see the signs of her swaying hip joint were showing less and less. After two months we already could see she was able to jump into the car by herself. So with her symptoms getting better, we didn’t need surgery. From then on, I thought she should keep taking Antinol®. Because she’d probably keep having these symptoms.

Now she’s still taking Antinol®. According to the vet’s recommendation to continue, to help her get better. I really feel good. She has a fun and active daily life now. Because she can move with freedom. The joy that she had lost has returned like before. She can run, play, jump, fetch things…stuff like that. Seeing her enjoying herself makes me happy. So I think we’ll keep using Antinol®.

Prajak Pramote - Rayong

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Shadow

I’m happy, she can now enjoy her life

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<p>She was hurt her hind legs and unable to walk down the stairs properly. The pain occurred around her hip when she was 10 years old and now she is 13 turning 14 so I took her to the vet.</p>
<p>The vet examined her and said that she should avoid slippery floor, need to lose weight, walk slow and the vet prescribed Antinol® .Osteoarthritis if not cure well she will need to get surgery in the future.</p>
<p>I’m a bit concerned because she is old, I didn’t want her to go under anesthetics. If something that I could do that could help her to get better I will do because I don’t want her to get surgery. I give Antinol to help her with Osteoarthritis.</p>
<p>I fed her Antinol until now I could see improvement in her walk and stand up. I’ve continued Antinol® for around more than 3 months. I could see improvement in her walk the third week of using Antinol®. I’ve continued giving her Antinol®. I’m happy, she can now enjoy her life.</p>

Sayamon Sithtisarn - Bangkok

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Chaokhun

We adopted him and want him to stay with us as long as possible

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Hello, my name is Breze and his name is Chaokhun. He is two years old.

Before, he had signs of pain in his legs, like a little limp due to pain. So we took him to the vet. The vet diagnosed joint & bone problems, so the vet prescribed Antinol® to improve his symptoms. I decided I might as well give it a try.

After taking Antinol® for about 1 month I could clearly see Chaokhun’s pain was gone. He was jumping and playing like normal, without any leg pain.

Actually, I saw improvement in about two weeks. He was running more and jumping up on the closet, the fridge. He didn’t have any more problems walking.

Before he was inactive but now he’s back to his usual cheerful self. He plays with us in his normal lifestyle. I’m happy that his symptoms disappeared.

I want him to stay with us as long as he can because he’s already like a part of our family. He’s like our little brother. We adopted him and want him to stay with us as long as possible.

Thippawan Kulklao - Bangkok

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Warn

She can jump high and enjoy life!

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At first she slept a lot, didn’t want to eat and. She was depressed and unable to walk or jump so I took her to the vet.

The vet examined her and said that she had a Muscle Atrophy problem and didn’t get proper exercise because of Osteoarthristis. So, the vet prescribed Antinol® .

After one week of using Antinol. I could see improvement in her walk and jump. So now I’ve continued Antinol for around 3 months.

She’s gotten a lot better. She’s happier. She can jump high and enjoy life. I will continue feeding her Antinol® because it improves her quality of life.

Saitarn Nithimanon - Bangkok

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