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Why Do Dogs Eat Poop?

Posted April 21, 2017

Our lovely furry companions might have some pretty gross behaviors, but let’s face it, seeing our dogs eating poop is at the top of the list for most of us. So, if our dogs are not doing it just to gross us out, then why do they do it at all? Stool eating, aka coprophagy, […]

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Vet Talk – Liver Disease in Dogs and Cats: Is Your Pet At Risk?

Posted April 14, 2017

In my veterinary practice, liver disease in cats and dogs is unfortunately all too common. The liver is a major organ in the body, and essential to your pet’s immune system; it detoxifies the blood and is a filter for metabolites, a source of energy, produces bile acids necessary for digestion, and produces clotting factors […]

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NHV Hearty Heart: Helping Asta With Congestive Heart Failure

Posted March 16, 2017

Our holistic remedies have been able to help Asta, an adorable 13 years young Boston Terrier with severe heart problems. We’re thankful to Brent, Asta’s daddy, to share this wonderful review with us. This sweet fur kid was diagnosed with Congestive Heart Failure and arrhythmia 6 months ago. After trying the conventional medicines alone, her […]

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NHV Helps Marcie with Her Struvite Stones

Posted March 7, 2017

Thank you Pier for sharing Marcie’s success with us! *”Tripsy has been a significant help in dissolving and suppressing further development of Marcie’s struvite stones. Excellent formulation! “ * Product reviews are solely the experience and opinion of the reviewer. Actual results may vary. What is Struvite Stones in Dogs? Struvite stones are the most common urinary […]

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Caring For a Blind Dog or Cat

Posted March 3, 2017

As our pets age, they may develop some type of vision loss or in some cases have total blindness. It’s very stressful for any pet parent to witness their beloved dog or cat becoming blind and the disorientation that comes with it. Pets may yowl or bark at night, bump into objects, or have difficulty […]

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Eye Health Tips for Cats and Dogs

Posted February 24, 2017

When you are completely taken in by those puppy dog eyes, do not feel fooled – that is their scientific purpose! Did you know scientists have found that a loving gaze between a pet and their parent strengthens the bond between the two? Being able to see into your beloved pet’s eyes is very important […]

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Lymphoma in Cats and Dogs

Posted February 17, 2017

Lymphoma is one of the most common types of cancer in both cats and dogs. It is generally seen in middle aged to older cats and dogs. Dog breeds such as Bull Mastiffs, Boxers, St. Bernards and Basset Hounds seem to be at higher risk, as well as cats with the Feline Leukemia Virus. Unfortunately, […]

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NHV Tripsy: Supporting Gaston’s Damaged Kidneys

Posted February 14, 2017

Thank you to PJ, Gaston’s mom, for providing her experience with Gaston’s thyroid tumor treatment and NHV Tripsy. *My 19 year old cat was treated for a tumor in his thyroid with radioactive iodine. This damaged his kidneys and he is now having problems with his kidneys and suffered weight loss. A friend recommended Tripsy, […]

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14 Hearty Animal Facts to Celebrate Valentine’s Day with Your Pet

Posted February 11, 2017

It’s Valentine’s, which means all things love and hearts. In celebration of our hearts, let’s look at 14 strange facts about our animal friends’ hearts. 1. Human, dog, and cat hearts are nearly identical, with only slight differences in a few valves and blood vessels. 2. A shrimp’s heart is located in its head. 3. […]

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Chloe’s Success with NHV Milk Thistle

Posted February 9, 2017

Thank you Marilyn for sharing Chloe’s story. *I have purchased Milk Thistle for my little Chihuahua for over 3 years. It works wonders for her! I will continue to buy Milk Thistle for her. Thank you! She will be 8 years old on the 11th of this month but was 3 1/2 years old when […]

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