Sign up for our newsletter ›

Supplements Used by the University of Tennessee

Free Pet Expert Hotline: 1-877-937-4372

Natural Pet Products
We love your pets naturally

Chat Now


NHV Naturally Healthy Pet Challenge was a fun ride for all participants

Posted August 1, 2017

In May, we organized a fun challenge for our dog and cat friends on Instagram. With the help of 3 of our lovely dog parents, @TiffThePup, @chilly_chi_from_az and @livinthecrazy, we organized a Naturally Healthy Pet Challenge and had some 24 cats and dogs share pictures of how they stay healthy. Initially we had thought we’d pick […]

Read More

10 Essential Tips For Hiking With Dogs

Posted July 28, 2017

Outdoor weather means some lovely photographs for your dog’s Instagram page and some amazing stories to tell in the cold winter season that follows. The activity that tops the list of most dog parents is hiking. Hiking with a dog makes the view in the end a lot more special. It’s fun to see your furry pal scurry across steep […]

Read More

Memorial Day Tribute to the Furry and Four-legged

Posted May 26, 2016

This Monday, we celebrate a day of remembrance for all the brave service men and women. But as we celebrate Memorial Day, and honour those courageous souls, let’s not forget the four legged, furry, or feathered that did their part to make our lives better. Thank you – we salute you. Here are 2 amazing stories of animal […]

Read More

6 Important Life Lessons We Learn From Animals

Posted May 7, 2016

Have you ever spent time just observing the animals around us? Cat, dog, bird, or wildlife, anyone who knows and loves animals, like we do here at NHV, understands that there are so many life lessons we can learn from every one of our animal friends. Here are 6 of our favorite lessons: Lesson 1: […]

Read More

Helping Animals: My Story of Volunteering With Dog Rescues

Posted November 20, 2015

At NHV Natural Pet Products, we believe strongly in creating a team that genuinely loves and cares about the well-being of our animal companions. Many of you, who call our office, have probably spoken with our amazing team member, Wendy. In addition to her working life at NHV, Wendy also makes time to be a […]

Read More

Halloween Tips & Treats For Your Pet

Posted October 30, 2015

Don’t leave your furry companions out of the Halloween fun. Here are some tips to make sure your pet has a SAFE and happy Halloween! And as our extra special treat, we’ve posted some yummy pumpkin recipes for your cat or dog. P.S. We’ve also got a special Halloween contest, see our Facebook! Tip #1: […]

Read More

Dog Body Language: Understanding Your Canine Companion

Posted September 8, 2015

Your dog is constantly communicating with you. Think of your pup as an open book—he or she is continually signaling their emotional state and intentions to you—you just need to know how to read them. Although a dog may bark or growl, their primary communication with you and the world around them is through body […]

Read More

How to Keep Your Dog Happy and Your Things From Being Eaten – Separation Anxiety

Posted September 11, 2014

As the kids head back to school and the adults are at work, many dogs may begin to show signs of separation anxiety. While home alone, some dogs will show their love for you by barking, eating your favorite piece of furniture and peeing on the carpet. Not exactly how you wish they would display […]

Read More

Traveling with Your Pets? 5 Tips for a Blissful Trip

Posted July 16, 2014

For many of us, wouldn’t truly be a family vacation if the furriest family members weren’t involved. Whether you’re traveling by plane, train, or automobile this summer, planning ahead is the key to keeping your pets happy and healthy when you’re on the road. Use these 5 tips  to prepare for a tail-wagging good time […]

Read More

Keep Your Cool This Summer with our Pet Safety Checklist

Posted July 4, 2014

The dog days of summer are upon us. And though the warmer months provide ample opportunity for fun in the sun, they also present a number of safety hazards that diligent pet owners need to avoid . The good news is that making a few simple adjustments to your regular routine can make a huge […]

Read More