FAQ's

If you have any questions, please email us at us@antinolstudy.com

The trial has been limited to 1000 selected clinics nationally by invitation only.

Vet clinics register online and input patient name and basic information. Pet owners are given samples at an intial clinic visit and then emailed with links to the online survey to undetake at home. Pet owers are sent reminders each week. Vets are provided online access to all data and results tracked.

Please select cases from your clinic to enroll – specifically dogs and cats with joint discomfort, CrCL, Collateral Ligament tear or Meniscal injury and pre- and post-operative injuries.
The survey is completed online and is a very short and easy survey – 11 or 21 questions all with quick click and select responses – no typing required!

Antinol®, containing PCSO-524®, is a 100% naturally occurring fatty acid group containing a unique combination of over 90 free fatty acids, sterol esters, non polar lipids along with carotenoids. The starting raw material containing this unique lipid compound is a scientifically developed, tested and validated stable form of the New Zealand mollusk, Perna canaliculus, that is then processed using Supercritical CO2 fluid technology with the extracted PCSO-524® active lipid compound the final product. This is then combined with excipients, olive oil and Vitamin E to become ANTINOL.

Antinol® is the result of years of research in isolating and combining lipid groups and essential fatty acids. The process starts even when the mussels are maturing, to make sure each one is rich in fatty acids before they are even harvested. The extraction method and the exact mixture are subject to patents and confidential IP making Antinol® unique among dog and cat joint mobility products. Furthermore, it is an extracted oil form not usually found in other products.

We are aware of the potential dangerous side effects seen with NSAIDS can have long term. "Antinol is not a pharmaceutical medication; it is a joint mobility supplement that can be used first as a totally safe alternative or in conjunction with NSAIDs in many cases".

In over 90% of all cases, improvement is seen within 14 days.

Just like us, as our pets age joint mobility decreases and joints become uncomfortable, so continued use of daily Antinol is recommended.

Antinol can be started daily as early as 4 months of age to promote healthy joints. It should be started in symptomatic dogs as soon as the first signs of altered mobility occur.

  • Decreased activity
  • Limping
  • Inability or lost desire to jump
  • Difficulty rising from a sitting or lying position
  • Difference in how your pet walks or runs
  • Unwillingness to perform tasks that were once commonly performed

No side effects have been seen in the scientific studies done to evaluate the safety and effectiveness of Antinol. These studies can be seen at www.antinol.com/studies.