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Antinol for Dogs

£19.44£53.43

Antinol contains PCSO-524, a unique patented marine lipid compound from New Zealand green-lipped mussel.  Made from 100% naturally occurring polyunsaturated fatty acids, it contains over 91 free fatty acids, sterol esters, non-polar lipids and carotenoids.

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Antinol contains PCSO-524, a unique patented marine lipid compound.  Made from 100% naturally occurring polyunsaturated fatty acids, it contains over 91 free fatty acids, sterol esters, non-polar lipids and carotenoids.

The raw material for this innovative marine lipid compound is a uniquely stabilised form of the New Zealand green-lipped mussel, Perna canaliculus.  PCSO-524 is cold extracted to stabilise the marine lipids and maintain potency instead of heat processing which destroys marine lipid fractions.

Antinol contains high levels of omega 3 fatty acids including EPA, DHA and the rare and potent Octadecatetranoic Acid (OTA) and Eicosatetraenoic acid (ETA).   Antinol is a safe and essential part of your pet’s diet to help support the metabolism of joints in the case of osteoarthritis and maintain the natural anti-inflammatory action of your pet’s metabolism.

– 100% natural formula

– High palatability

– Contains no mussel powder

– Sustainable farming and ecosystem cultivation

Presentation:

Gelatine capsules in blister packs

Ingredients:

Olive oil, Gelatin, GLM oil (PCSO-524®) (19.61%), Gylcerine, d-a-Tocopherol (Vitamin E), 1000 IU

Feeding guidelines:

 

WeightDays 1-14Days 14 onwards
<20kg2 capsules daily1 capsule daily
20+ kg4 capsules daily2 capsules daily

Additional information

Weight0.06 kg

2 reviews for Antinol for Dogs

  1. Stewart Halperin

    I have been using Antinol as part of a comprehensive solution for osteoarthritis in my patients since its launch in the UK in early 2019, and have found it to be a very useful and welcome part of our osteoarthritis control programm

  2. Emma

    Our 3 year old sprocker started limping following a long walk. After investigation, we found out that she has problems with her hips. Her vet suggested we try Antinol and now she is back to running around the fields and is happy again! Emma with Darcey

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