February 2, 2023

Do supplements really work?

By Dr. Brian Beale

There has always been one big question surrounding health supplements for pets, and indeed supplements for people. That question is: Do they really work?

As veterinarians, it is important for us to watch the latest scientific and medical research so we can offer optimal care for your dog.

There is a supplement that is now available in the United States that has been extensively evaluated by universities and veterinary schools around the world.

It is Vetz Petz Antinol, and it is proven to support joint and skin health in dogs.

Antinol contains the unique ingredient PCSO-524, which has been scientifically and clinically reviewed and proven to support joint health in dogs.

PCSO-524 has been found to be 125 times more potent than green-lipped mussel powder.

Studies show it is 200 times more potent than flax oil, 175 times more potent than salmon oil, and 100 times more potent than products containing DHA and EPA.

Tests also show that it has no negative side effects.

It is a 100 percent natural supplement that is safe for long-term use for your dog and can be used in conjunction with other medications.

Antinol has also been proven to support skin health and has the bonus of giving your dog a lustrous, shiny coat.

As a vet, it is this kind of rigorous medical review that confirms to me that supplements can play an important part in the day-to-day care regimen that owners can provide to support a happy, healthy life for your dog.

The impact of adding PCSO-524 to your dog’s quality nutritional program is that it supports joint health, which means that your dog can be as mobile as possible, as long as possible, even as the signs of old age kick in.

Exercise that is free of discomfort is vital to quality of life for all dogs. It is even more important as your dog ages to help maintain a healthy body weight and active mind.

Ask your vet about Antinol, the only product that contains PCSO-524, which has been proven to support joint and skin health and age-related discomfort for dogs as they grow older.

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Dr. Brian Beale is a board-certified surgeon with Gulf Coast Veterinary Specialists in Houston, Texas. Dr. Beale has a special interest in arthroscopy, minimally-invasive surgery, fracture repair, treatment of arthritis, and pain management. He is coauthor of two veterinary textbooks, “Small Animal Arthroscopy” and “The Pet Lover’s Guide to Canine Arthritis and Joint Problems.” He is a past president of the Veterinary Orthopedic Society, past president of the Gulf Coast Veterinary Foundation, and active in the American College of Veterinary Surgeons. Dr. Beale’s current practice is devoted to the care of pets with orthopedic, musculoskeletal, and arthritic disorders.

[Source : http://www.cesarsway.com/dog-care/muscular-skeletal-care/do-supplements-really-work]