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What is Antinol®?

Antinol® is the all new natural joint treatment containing PCSO-524® and it’s now available in Australia. With no known side effects, the PCSO-524® contained in Antinol® has assisted millions of dogs around the world to enhance their mobility and start moving again.
Antinol® is fast acting so you can expect to see results in just 10-14 days. Taken daily, Antinol® will help your dog maintain an active lifestyle and reduce the onset effects of joint conditions.

In a veterinary assessment, up to 90% of dogs who received Antinol® showed enhanced mobility*

Taken daily, it supports your dog’s joint health and mobility to help maintain an active life.

*Data available on request from your vet

What is PCSO-524®?

PCSO-524® is a 100% naturally occurring fatty acid group containing a unique combination of free fatty acids, sterol esters, non polar lipids along with carotenoids. The starting raw material containing this unique oil compound is a scientifically developed, tested and validated stable form of the indigenous New Zealand mollusc, Perna canaliculus, that is then processed using Supercritical CO2 fluid technology with the extracted PCSO-524® active oil compound the final product.

Antinol® Fatty acid Crystallization

Fatty acid crystals may appear within Antinol® and look like cloudy sediment has formed inside the soft gel capsule. This crystallization is a natural chemical process and occurs randomly in the formulated product with cooler storage conditions (change of weather season /refrigerator storage). These temperature conditions will also make the soft gel capsule feel firmer and harder. This change in appearance and feel is normal and does not affect the integrity, safety or performance of the product.

What makes Antinol® unique?

Antinol® is the result of years of research in isolating and combining lipid groups and essential acids.

Antinol® can not be compared due to the patented extraction process as evidenced by Professor. Sir Michael Whitehouse in the published Medical Journal of Inflammopharmacology.

Around the world, many veterinarians use Antinol® as their first line treatment to improve a dog’s quality of life. It’s also common when arthritic symptoms “flare up” for veterinarians to use an NSAID (nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug) in combination with Antinol® for a short period. The good news is that there are no known contraindications to using Antinol® with NSAIDs as part of your veterinarian’s recommended treatment program.

Do veterinarians recommend Antinol® and has it been tested?

Antinol® has been clinically tested and is routinely recommended by veterinarians around the world. In just 3 years, Antinol® has become the leading joint mobility therapy in Japan and the good news is that it’s now registered and available in Australia!

Antinol® has no known side effects nor does it interact unfavorably with any drugs. It can be prescribed daily as a preventative, in conjunction with NSAIDs and/or as a maintenance dosage to support and promote optimal health.

How should I administer Antinol® and how should I store it?

Antinol® is a small soft gel capsule only 1cm long so it’s super easy to give to your dog. Most dogs will gladly eat it out of your hand, however as the PCSO-524® has a very distinct marine smell we would suggest if they are a chomper rather than an inhaler of treats to not use this method. Instead either mix it in with the wet/raw food or administer orally as you would other medication. There is also the option to pierce the soft gel capsule and mix the oil in with their food or treat such as yoghurt.

Antinol® is best stored at 30° degrees 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 dosing.


The amount of Antinol® capsules recommended will depend on the dog’s weight and the severity of their symptoms/condition.

Most owners comment that their dog:

●   Seems more lively
●   Is more energetic
●   Looks forward to walks once more
●   Climbs stairs with greater ease
●   Resumes playing with their toys
●   Returns to jumping into the car

And most importantly
Enjoys their life with you again!


The Beale Clinic Observational Clinical Trial has been underway in Australia since late 2017. It is a multinational study observing the effects of Antinol® using a questionnaire format for use in peer-reviewed journals. Below are some of the success stories from the owners point of view.

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