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Antinol Rapid, joint supplement for your pet

Antinol Rapid, joint supplement for your pet

On the hunt for the ultimate pet joint supplement?

When it comes to the perfect joint supplement, we can’t do better than recommend Antinol Rapid for dogs. These gel capsules of powerful, isolated bioactive compounds dramatically improve the quality of life for dogs suffering from conditions like osteoarthritis.

This natural and sustainable product made in New Zealand is proving to be an industry leader in relieving our dogs from the pain and discomfort of arthritis. It is essential for dogs that are overweight, aging, or simply large breeds prone to joint problems.

But let’s explain what makes Antinol work.

About Antinol Rapid for dogs

This supplement takes lipid fractions from sustainably sourced and traceable New Zealand green-lipped mussels and combines them with powerful phospholipids from krill oil making a product unlike any other on the market.

Antinol Rapid contains both EPA and DHA, which are the two most trusted fatty acids in canine nutrition. EPA is an essential anti-inflammatory, which helps regulate not just inflammatory issues but are also important for heart and skin health. On the other side is DHA which is particularly necessary for puppy brain development and function, with puppies on higher doses of DHA developing better cognitive abilities.

DHA also helps brain function in senior dogs and may help delay doggy dementia.

Now, why are these marine fatty acids so superior to omega-3 fatty acids we can get from plant oils like chia or flaxseed? Well, the answer is bioavailability. The omega-3 fatty acid in plants is called alpha-linolenic acid (ALA).

Dogs can use ALA, but their bodies aren’t designed to do this well. So they first need to convert it into the bioavailable form, eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA), and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA). They’re really bad at doing this, so they lose most of the ALA in the process.

This is why it’s so essential that our dogs get these omega-3 fatty acids in their most bioavailable form to reduce inflammation in our dogs’ bodies.

Does Antinol Rapid for dogs work?

Antinol Rapid for dogs works very fast, with most owners noticing a difference in their dogs’ mobility and zest for life within ten-to-fourteen days. It is a clinically proven nutraceutical that can be used with pain medication and has been shown to complement prescription anti-inflammatory medication very well.  

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Antinol Rapid

Love this product, since our vet recommended this product for our Maltese you can see how her joint health has improved, she is loving her walks and her general well is really good too.

Posted by Susan George on 14th Jan 2023

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Awesome product

This medication has been amazing for my little dog. She had nerve compression in her lower spine and would often collapse. She has now improved and her life is much more comfortable for her. Highly recommended.

Posted by Lyn on 29th Oct 2022

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Anitol

Very good product. My dog was finding it difficult to jump up due to arthritis in back hips and is now able to do this and moves very well

Posted by Adrienne on 24th Nov 2022
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Is Antinol Rapid an anti-inflammatory?

Antinol® Rapid is made from proven anti-inflammatory compounds derived from marine sources and krill oil that are well-known for their effectiveness in reducing joint pain in dogs.

There are only two types of fats that are considered essential to their diets. These are omega-3 fatty acids and omega-6 fatty acids. Omega-6s are essential for the immune system in that they help the immune fight off infections but in excess they can cause inflammation.

To balance out the inflammation response that omega-6s may create, omega-3s are necessary because they help reduce inflammation. Sadly, most dog diets today are disproportionately high in omega-6s, promoting inflammation. This is why it’s good practice to help our dogs control inflammation by adding bioavailable omega-3 supplements to their diet.

This is why Antinol Rapid’s radical blend of omega-3 compounds works so well to reduce inflammation in a dog’s body naturally.

What are the side effects of Antinol Rapid?

There are no known side effects of Antinol Rapid and you can use it together with your dog’s pain medication, however it is always a good idea to check with your vet before doing so.

How much Antinol Rapid should I give my dog?

How much Antinol® Rapid a dog needs depends on their size. They need a “loading dose” for the first couple of weeks to give the supplement time to build up effective levels in the body tissue before going down to the standard maintenance dose. You can use this guideline for how much to give your dog.

Dog weighs <22kgDog weighs >22kg
Loading dose
(first 2 weeks)
2-4 capsules
per day
4 capsules
per day
Maintenance
dose
1-2 capsules
per day
2 capsules
per day

Antinol Rapid is a groundbreaking next step when it comes to canine joint health and mobility.

It is clinically proven to work as an antioxidant and as a powerful anti-inflammatory, which helps to protect our best friend’s joints so that they can run and play without joint pain.

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