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"I just wanted her to be happy. To be full of life!"

"Honey is happy, I’m happy, Antinol® is brilliant! What more could I ask for?” It was love at first sight for Honey and Anita. Learn how Antinol is helping them to explore the Scottish countryside together. 

By Antinol Team

Written with love

“We lost our previous dog in January, and I had said, ‘That’s it, no more.’ I lasted until the summer. Until I met Honey.”

It was love at first sight when Anita and her husband saw Honey on the RSCPA rehoming website. She had been a prosecution case and was in kennels for a long time.

“I printed out her picture,” says Anita, “I’d look at it and then put it in the bin, only to find my husband would take it out and look at it. There was just something about her.”

They finally met Honey at the start of August and instantly knew she would be part of their family. She came home six days later.

Honey in her fancy outfit

Before lockdown, Honey would go to work with Anita every day.

“We would head out for a walk before work, come rain or shine, then would always have a stretch when I had a break. At lunch, we could get out for an hour and then grab another run on the way home.” 

Honey was a busy lady, but her favourite place was the beach. 

“She loves chasing seabirds, but she thinks she’s got wings. She can’t actually swim, but she goes out as far as she can and just wants to play with them. She’s a lunatic on the beach!”

And it’s no different when they head into the woods! She can’t resist the scent of a squirrel and loves scurrying around in the undergrowth. 

Honey running through the woods


But Anita started to notice that Honey wasn’t herself. 

“The change in her was gradual, but one day, we had been at the beach, and I noticed she slower than usual. It was then that I thought I should look into keeping her joints healthy.” 

Anita took Honey to her veterinarian, Rob Davies, at Bromborough Vets4Pets.

“I found him via reviews. He had glowing references, and he looks at all the alternatives, including complementary things like supplements. I made an appointment straight away.”

“Rob recommended trying AntinolⓇ to support her normal mobility. He had seen great results with it, including in his colleague’s German Shepherd.”

AntinolⓇ is a powerful joint supplement that is suitable for lifelong usage. It helps maintain healthy mobility and joint health. 

Honey with her Antinol<sup>®</sup>

“We saw a difference by the end of the first week. With AntinolⓇ, she was happy. On a scale of one to ten, I’d say she’s a fifteen!” 

“AntinolⓇ is a bit of a wonder supplement; it’s certainly done wonders for Honey. She’s like my child, and I just wanted her to be happy. Now, with AntinolⓇ, she’s full of life.” 

“I sit working at my desk and glance up. She’s out in the garden, rolling around on the grass, giving it all the wiggle, and it just makes me smile.” 

Honey is now getting ready for some serious squirrel chasing action as they head off on their annual trip to Scotland. 

“I said to my husband, ‘I think we’ll have to put her in kennels this year. She won’t be able to keep up with us.’ We almost cancelled the trip. But now we have no worries about taking her. We know that with AntinolⓇ, she can keep going. She’ll be off exploring and chasing squirrels.”

Honey chasing after the ball

And what would Anita say to other pet parents looking to support their fur-baby’s mobility? 

“As far as I’m concerned, it’s like having a child. You love them so much, and you’ll do anything to make them happy. Definitely give AntinolⓇ a go. The difference in Honey is unbelievable. Why wouldn’t you give it a try? Honey is happy, I’m happy, AntinolⓇ is brilliant! What more could I ask for?”

Honey + Anita holding hands and smiling at each other

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