Why the Partnership?

Most Hong Kong dogs underexercise and it is a crucial problem which needs to be addressed and requires pet owners’ attention. Antinol® collaborates with Hong Kong Dog Rescue (HKDR) to help shed light on this important issue and make sure the significance of “Quality of Life” is spread to the public.

Our Partnership

Founded in 2003, Hong Kong Dog Rescue is a No- Kill Organisation which has been taking care of abandoned dogs and puppies no matter how much time it takes to find homes. In order to find homes, the dogs are rescued then rehabilitated with the dedicated efforts from staff and volunteers at HKDR. The quality of life, instead of mere survival, is the main focus of the organization. Therefore, HKDR is working with Antinol® to ensure that the dogs of the organization are in good health and with good mobility.

Antinol® joins forces with HKDR to support the mobility of abandoned animals at the shelter. We believe the quality of life of every dog is important, and Antinol® is in this partnership with HKDR to help bring happiness in motion.

Hong Kong Dog Rescue Partnership

Eva Sit

Representative of Hong Kong Dog Rescue (HKDR)

We are optimistic towards the partnership with Antinol® since we have had a positive experience using it. We hope that through this collaboration, we can encourage pet owners to review the amount of exercise they are giving to their dogs, and consider using joint supplements if their dogs are having mobility issues. In addition, it is anticipated that donations can be generated under this partnership to help support our work.

HKDR’s experience with Antinol

Eva Sit

Representative of Hong Kong Dog Rescue (HKDR)

Recommended by our donors, we first came across Antinol® and learned that it is a reputable brand for joint care. We let our old dogs try it and it worked. We have a lovely 11-year-old dog called Raymond. He’s popular among our visitors since he is adorable. One day we noticed that he had lost energy in his hind legs and he started to become reluctant to move during his routine walks. We decided to let him take Antinol® and thought it was a good opportunity for a trial. Shortly after taking Antinol®, his limping has improved and he is now able to enjoy his daily walks again.

About Hong Kong Dog Rescue (HKDR)

HKDR was founded in 2003 for the specific purpose of saving dogs and puppies from the Hong Kong Government’s Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department (AFCD) Animal Management Centres. HKDR has now rescued, cared for and re-homed more than 10,000 dogs and puppies while being almost entirely funded by private donations, sales of HKDR merchandise and fundraising events. HKDR is proud to be a No Kill Organisation, meaning that no dog under its care will be euthanized for any reason other than when it is the only humane option.