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Because it provides nutrients that are essential components of body tissues, Antinol® supports cats’ and dogs’ healthy joints, mobility and skin.

PCSO-524® is the name given to the marine lipid oil that is sourced from the mollusc Perna canaliculus (Green lipped mussel) in Nelson, NZ. Due to our supercritical, environmentally-friendly and state-of- the-art extraction process the oil is unique and 100% natural. It consists of up to 91 free fatty acid components, sterol esters, polar and non-polar lipids along with carotenoids. The PCSO-524® oil is mixed with olive oil and Vitamin E oil to make Antinol® a great NZ natural product.


What is the standard dose?

The amount of Antinol® your pet needs depends on its weight, age, and overall health. Your veterinarian will guide you on your pet’s requirements.

Direction of Use:

• Up to 23kgs 1-2 capsules a day
• Over 23 kgs 2 or more capsules daily
• For the first two weeks, double the daily recommendation

How do I give Antinol® to my pet?

Most dogs and many cats like Antinol® as a “treat” and many will gladly eat it out of your hand. Some pets might be a bit finicky and for them you can either give it orally as you would a tablet, or pierce the soft gel capsule and mix the oil in with their favourite food/treat.

How should I store it?

Antinol® is best stored at 30°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 usage.
AntinoI® has been reviewed internationally by veterinarians, is safe to use and does not interact with other medication. Every batch is tested for stability and purity and it is routinely recommended by veterinarians around the world. In just 3 years, Antinol® has become the leading product for dogs’ and cats’ joint and mobility support in Japan. It was launched in Thailand in 2014, the USA in 2016; Australia and New Zealand in 2018. Your vet can help you decide if Antinol® is suitable for your pet.