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A touching tale of a cat dad and his promise to never give up

Posted January 31, 2018

Every pet parent always remembers two days distinctly. The day you bring your pet home for the first time and the day you say your last goodbye. Your heart aches and everything reminds you of your furry friend. You imagine how joyful and peaceful life must be across the rainbow bridge and your heart finds solace. With time the tears […]

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Sammy the cat’s recovery post perineal urethrostomy

Posted January 27, 2018

As we all know, having surgery is never fun, especially when it involves the more ‘sensitive’ areas. A perineal urethrostomy (sometimes referred to as a ‘PU’) is a surgery performed on male cats who have a urinary blockage. Male cats can more easily develop a blockage of urine because of the anatomy of their urinary […]

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Taking in a feral cat – a step by step guide

Posted January 26, 2018

Wouldn’t it be perfect if your house was big enough to bring in all the stray cats and dogs in the neighbourhood? Of course, you’d then need a job that pays you for staying in and taking care of all those animals. It sure would be a life well spent. Sigh. 🙁 While you may not be […]

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Congestive Heart Failure in dogs and a natural support

Posted January 25, 2018

Congestive Heart Failure in dogs is a condition that effects the heart’s ability to pump blood and hence, reduces the oxygen that the body’s organs need to function normally. It is a critical and unsustainable condition but it can be reversed with a proper holistic treatment plan. How can you recognize congestive heart failure in […]

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Urinary tract infection and kidney stones in cats. And the natural solution for them.

Posted January 24, 2018

Sandra’s cats were facing two different health issues but both related to the kidneys and urinary function. While High Tail started to develop calcium deposits and granules in his bladder, suggesting a kidney disorder, Merlyn would pee more than usual and started to have blood in his urine, indicating a Urinary Tract Infection. Continuous trips to the vet […]

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Senior dogs Ray Ray and Taddy give NHV a paws up

Posted January 20, 2018

As our pets grow old we notice changes in their behaviour. They may not follow us around the house like they used to. They might eat less and sleep a lot more. We may notice slight limping that comes and goes. Maybe around walkies or playtime? Dogs and cats start showing signs of ageing when […]

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Vet Talks: Degenerative Myelopathy in Dogs

Posted January 19, 2018

I often work with dogs who have degenerative myelopathy, a disease that is difficult to treat and very sad to see. However, acupuncture, spinal manipulation, rehabilitative therapies, as well as herbal supplements and diet can slow the progression of the disease. Degenerative myelopathy in dogs is a slow progressive, non-inflammatory degeneration of the white matter […]

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Clock’s been turned back about five years for my dog

Posted January 18, 2018

A dog mom from Australia recently shared with us an update about her sweet boy, Jakey, who was suffering from an enlarged liver. The products have been fantastic and have helped our little boy Jakey enormously, it’s like the clock’s been turned back about five years; he still has his off days but all in […]

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Buddy bounces back with NHV Feline Leukemia Fighter Pack

Posted January 17, 2018

When Rosalinde noticed her sweet boy, Buddy, wasn’t quite himself, she wanted to do everything she could to help him be happy and vibrant again. Buddy has feline leukemia (FeLV) which unfortunately has no cure, but well supported kitties can live a long fulfilling life. Through Rosalinde’s research she was lead to our Feline Leukemia […]

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4 Pet health problems your proactivity can help prevent

Posted January 13, 2018

We’ve successfully humanized our pets, haven’t we? Just like us, they eat convenient meals (highly processed kibble), don’t get enough exercise, and potential health issues are not dealt with until they become real health problems. An increasing number of pets nowadays have “human” health problems too – liver failure, cancer, obesity, seizures, just to name a few. The great […]

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