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Hairball Awareness: Causes, Prevention and Fun Facts

Posted April 29, 2016

It’s Hairball Awareness Day!  Ok, we know, it’s really not that exciting to get out of bed and step in the slimy surprise, or watch your pet hunched over as their body performs a worm-like motion to expel that lovely little gift.  But there are a few things you might not know about hairballs, so […]

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Going Green with Your Pets

Posted April 22, 2016

Today is Earth Day, so to show our appreciation of Mother Earth, we are offering up some tips and tricks for going green with your pets. Clean green:  Not only is choosing a green cleaner better for the environment, it is safer for your pet too!  Any time you clean a household item with a […]

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Heartworm Disease in Dogs and Cats

Posted April 15, 2016

April is heartworm awareness month, which means it’s that time of year when your veterinarian may want to check your dog or cat for heartworm disease. Heartworm in pets is a serious and potentially fatal disease that is caused by foot long worms (heartworms) that live in the heart, lungs, and associated blood vessels of […]

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Do Cats and Dogs Need A Multivitamin Supplement?

Posted April 8, 2016

Your pet’s nutrition is important for a healthy and happy life. With so many multivitamin for pets out there, it’s difficult to know how to choose one that will work for your cat or dog. Our NHV experts answer your questions about using vitamin supplements for pets. Are Vitamins and Minerals Important? The short answer is […]

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Does your pet suffer from alopecia? Real Vet Advice For Hair Loss in Cats and Dogs

Posted April 1, 2016

Alopecia, or hair loss in pets, is a common disorder in both dogs and cats, which causes partial or complete hair loss. Alopecia in pets can be the result of problems with the endocrine system, lymphatic system, immune system, or parasites. Alopecia can affect dogs and cats of all ages, breeds and gender; and can […]

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