Dogs have always been a big part of my life. As an adult and professional dog trainer with my own dogs, my two are with me just about 24/7. As part of my business they help me in assessment and training of clients dogs, as well as acting as demo dogs during group classes. In our leisure time we hike, run, swim, and engage in numerous dog sports together.
For both of my dogs, beginning on Antinol was for the same reason.
Honor is a competitive flyball dog. She is a member of the team that are the Division 2 Australian Champions from the 2019 Flyball Nationals (we were much appreciative of the sponsorship of Antinol during that competition). She never looks happier than when she is racing in the lanes.
Flyball is a fairly high impact sport so I do everything I can to support her physically in these activities, and this includes supplementing daily with Antinol Rapid.
Hamlet is also involved in Flyball and regular sheep herding.
My reasons for starting him on Antinol were much the same as for Honor. That is until October 2019, when he was diagnosed with idiopathic epilepsy.
In my research into approaching his condition I was looking for ways to maintain his high quality of life with as little chemical impact on his body as possible. I learnt that lipids are important constituents of neuronal membranes and can assist the brain in resisting the neuronal excitation that increases the frequency of seizures.
With Antinol’s potent blend of two marine lipid concentrates I feel confident that he is on the very best product available to support his neural function at the same time as supporting his body during all our training and activities.
At the time of writing this Hamlet has been seizure free for 151 days.
Thanks for being a big part of our health and fitness journey!
Julia, Honor & Hamlet