Antinol® for Dogs

Helping vets across the world manage mobility in pets. Antinol contains PCSO-524, a unique, patented marine lipid concentrate for the support of the metabolism of joints in the case of osteoarthritis (OA).

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

30 Caps

£23.50

60 Caps

£43.45

SAVE 7.6%
90 Caps

£64.95

SAVE 7.9%
150 Caps

£99.00

SAVE 15.7%

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Ingredients in Antinol®

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

Pet Owner Success Stories

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Alfie

icon Since then he’s been on a combination of Galliprant and Antinol. He still enjoys walks of 5-10 miles on a regular basis but does require some “days off”! His lameness is variable but he remains a very happy and active dog with a good quality of life. Further surgery has been considered at times but, to date, his disability has never been significant enough or for long enough for this to be considered appropriate.

Steve

Monty

icon Monty's elbow replacement recovery took over 6 months with a combination of rehabilitation treatments including heat therapy. Immediately after surgery he was unable to walk and even 6 months post surgery he was still quite weak. So, it was suggested that Antinol be added to his recovery routine.

Carol

Zola

icon I started using Antinol in April, having always used another brand of joint supplement. Zola is doing outstandingly, playing in the garden with her friends and able to go on longer walks without the usual stiffness afterwards. She is not able to take regular anti-inflammatory medication as they upset her delicate tummy, so Antinol has been a revelation for us!

Kathryn

Sobrino

icon Sobrino injured his right leg a while back. The orthopaedic vet recommended rest and Antinol. He has healed and though he was never short of energy he seems to have quite a bit more for an eight year old as well as his appetite back.

Joe

Tilly

icon I do believe that Tilly has improved since taking Antinol in both stiffness in her legs and rising from laying down. I have purchased further supplies to ensure that this continues.

Ron

Thistle

icon Thistle still has some days when he limps until we've had a little massage of his elbows, usually after he's been curled up asleep, due to his stiffness. We intend to keep him with the Antinol as I feel sure there is some improvement and hope for more.

Rosey

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