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Anyone had experience with ANTINOL?

Discussion in 'The Attic' started by chayton, Feb 21, 2015.

    Feb 21, 2015
  1. chayton

    chayton aka LooHoo CAG PABnonaccred webmeister

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    There's a supplement for dogs I've been hearing about lately called Antinol by a company called Vetz Petz. My doggie is getting elderly now and although he's on glucosamine, he's still having some trouble getting up and moving around. This Antinol is supposed to be really good - I'm wondering whether anyone has tried it for older dogs? I know he's not going to be with me forever, but I'd like to keep him feeling good for the time he's got. sniff.

    Here's a video on how they make it : xxhttps://vimeo.com/42278869
     
  2. Feb 21, 2015
  3. spintee

    spintee Meister Member webby mm2

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    Nether heard of it but by seeing the video it looks good enough for human consumption, I bet its not always in that clean of environment so be sure to buy from a bona fide supplier,

    Looks like they extracted all the good stuff and preserved it, Im not really a pet kind of guy but anything that can keep a pet happier is got to be worth a try,
     
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  4. Feb 24, 2015
  5. randomiam

    randomiam Meister Member

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    check the ingredents and then check the human version if there both the same buy the cheaper one
     
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  6. Feb 24, 2015
  7. spintee

    spintee Meister Member webby mm2

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    Lol, Thats where people go wrong, Alow alot of cheaper things are the same, Such as weetabix, all thats in it is weat but can buy cheaper one or dear one, Unless they had a bad crop I cannot see how they can be any difference except the box there in,

    After seeing that video I can see great care by taking all the nutritions out the shells ect and looked good enough for human consumption :eek:

    But as any counterfeits there be people selling online from asia which I would not like to no what there treading on, I would not ask a vet what's the best nutritions for dogs as they are worse than any sales person or politician but I would mention this and see what they know, Any good vet will be up to date on stuff, Just like doctors SHOULD BE,

    Its a difficult things pets and there not cheap, Especially when it comes to looking after when ill. I have had 1 hamster in my time and did not last long, Got a terrapin and heater broke and boiled to death, they when I was young, I got a cat about 2 years and kept getting into fights, Came back one day and all neck was swollen, been brawling again and big deep holes in neck, Belly swelled up, I took vets and it was abit late, nether been so up set even low I not really like cats, Alow when first bought I got it chiped and vacs, which cost £110, & you do not want to no what the the vet bill was
     
  8. Feb 24, 2015
  9. randomiam

    randomiam Meister Member

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    you pets are lucky my dad had hunting dogs and when they got hurt no vet for them i remember walking in on him sewing up a dog's face with fishing line
    i got a cat my self and its cost a fortune its food might be a few dollers a box but its had it share of costly scrapes
     
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  10. Feb 24, 2015
  11. spintee

    spintee Meister Member webby mm2

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    I knew an old mate whos dad used to have grey hounds, I must admit they was filthy animals & I do not man the dogs :)

    They use to race them but always had trouble with next door, I remember the next door chucked a few bones over the fence, I have nether seen so much chaos in my life as they kept chickens an all, It look like a slaughter house, I think they done alot of fixing up them selfs,

    But with the cat business yes food was the minor part its the bills that follow as they like an old fight, After doing abit of research I seen that there rife to get infected,

    "Bite wounds (especially small puncture wounds) are highly likely to become infected. Bacteria from within the cat’s mouth contaminate the wound. Over a few days the bacteria multiply in number and may result in an abscess forming, cellulitis (infection within the tissues), septic arthritis (infection in a joint), osteomyelitis (infection of bone) or pyothorax (infection within the chest cavity). If your cat has been bitten:
     
  12. Feb 24, 2015
  13. randomiam

    randomiam Meister Member

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    we had that happen with the cat it got bitten on its head and swelled pus ect came out took it to the vet he fixed her up had to make a cat cone out of cardboard
    i have alot of possums about here to its abit of a worry if the cat is out and i hear alot of angry meows there is like 4 other cats too
    the cat does think its a dog and is quite rude to people and everything else
     
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