Free 30-days of Antinol®

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No lock in contracts. New Customers only. Pay only £3.95 for shipping.

Find out if your pet has mobility problems


4 minute survey.

Is your pet suffering from mobility problems? The first step is to identify the triggers by completing this simple screening and starting your Free 30-days of Antinol.

Joint problems in cats can be a debilitating problem that often goes undiagnosed because they have naturally evolved to hide the signs of pain.

When joint problems start to develop there are early signs that you can visually identify. Be aware of these signs by understanding the triggers of joint discomfort.

Restoring your pet's joint health consists of 3 simple steps:


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Step 1: Start Mobility Screening

Complete the Mobility Screening for a FREE 30-Days of Antinol®️.


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Step 2: Complete your 30-days of Antinol

Download the app

With the daily routine being so crucial, we have developed an app for you to download, track, capture and measure your pet’s progress with your vet. We can’t wait to see your videos!

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Doubling the daily recommendation for the first 14 days is the key to success. This will give your pet the mobility boost they need for a successful start.

Subscribe and Save!

See the results. Antinol® needs to be given every day to keep your pet active and happy for the rest of their life.

Step 3: See the results!

Once you have finished the 30-Days of Antinol and seen results your pet will now enter mobility maintenance.

Our subscription plans are conveniently designed to deliver the required amount for your pet and to ‘Keep happiness in motion’.


Terms & Conditions

New customers who complete the Mobility Screening are eligible for a FREE 30-Days of Antinol®︎, while stocks last.

See here for full T&Cs

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