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Buddy Freckles Finds Relief with NHV Hearty Heart

Posted September 30, 2016

* Thank you Jessica for sharing this heartwarming tale about Mr. Buddy Freckles. He makes us smile too 🙂 * “This is my beloved Buddy Freckles. He’s a 15 yr old basset hound. He became a member of our family 13 yrs ago when he was adopted from a rescue. Like every good basset, Buddy’s […]

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Cooper’s Battle With Cancer

Posted September 28, 2016

Cooper, an 11 year old Bernese mountain dog was diagnosed with cancer an year ago. His mom added natural supplements to his diet to help faster recovery. The Cancer Fighter Kit that Evelyn used for Cooper, have given her more time with her fur baby. * Thank you Evelyn for sharing Cooper’s beautiful story and […]

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Contagious: Joy or Anxiety, What Are You Spreading To Your Pet

Posted September 23, 2016

Perhaps you, like so many of the other pet parents we speak to, are dealing with a sick cat, dog or other pet. It’s a stressful situation for both of you. Given all the emotional anxiety that comes with a sick pet, we wanted to focus on WHY it’s so important that pet parents recognize […]

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Bo Loves His NHV Mellit!

Posted September 21, 2016

* Bo is a 5-year old mix (and a rescue dog)…Dalmatian (that is his corny side!), Golden Retriever (his friendly side), and German Shepard (his guard dog side!). I guess you can just say “Retriever mix”, since that is what he looks like. * “I just wanted to give my two cents on the Mellit. […]

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Pain Awareness in Pets

Posted September 16, 2016

One of the most important things to know as a pet owner is how to tell when your dog or cat is in pain. Pain can be a signal of a life threatening issue.   Signs of pain (even the subtle signs) will be more obvious to you, if you have a good idea of […]

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The Importance of Deworming Your Pets

Posted September 9, 2016

Intestinal parasites are diagnosed in cats and dogs daily in veterinary practice. Animals that sniff, slurp, lick, hunt and eat, as well as gobble anything in their path such as dirt, trash, and poop, are bound to pick up parasites. Though some dogs and cats do not show obvious signs of infection, others can have […]

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Spoiler Alert! No, Seriously. Go Ahead and Spoil Your Pet.

Posted September 2, 2016

We talk a lot about pet health and wellness, because hey – it’s important.  We also know that another part of quality of life for your pet is having fun and getting spoiled. We treat ourselves on a regular basis, whether it is a food reward for meeting a weight loss goal or a new […]

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