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Constipation relief for Chihuly, 12 year old Birman Blue Point cat

Posted October 21, 2017

We always educate pet parents about the importance of including some wet food in their pet’s diet. It adds much needed moisture and helps keep the digestion naturally healthy. Dry hard stools are a sign of soon to come constipation. At NHV we advice topping up regular cat or dog food with moist and healthy options like yogurt, […]

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Natural help against liver damage from seizure drugs in pets

Posted October 8, 2017

Seizure medications, like with humans, are hard on the liver. But to prevent those nerve wrecking minutes of seizure attacks, we are forced to give these drugs to our pets. Sweet fur boy Obby, a 14 year old dog, had seizures since he was a pup. Just as expected, his liver started showing abnormalities as […]

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The Huge Health Benefits of Antioxidants For Dogs and Cats

Posted October 6, 2017

There’s so much talk lately about antioxidants. But what are they really, and how can they help your cat and dog? Well to really understand how antioxidants help our pets, we first need to understand it’s opposite: oxidation. Oxidation is a naturally occurring chemical process that happens within the body’s cells. When oxidation occurs, by-products like […]

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The Giardia Parasite in Dogs: What You Need To Know

Posted September 29, 2017

Giardia can be transmitted to humans as well as our Fury friends, but let’s talk about our pet’s shall we! What is Giardia? Giardia is a simple one-celled parasitic species that inhibits the intestines of mammals, amphibians and birds. For your dog to be infected, your pet has to ingest the parasite to get Giardia. […]

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10 Common Pet Troubles And Their Natural Solutions

Posted September 22, 2017

It’s a regular day in a pet parent’s life. You bring your dog home from the park and just as you are about to remove the collar, eeeeek. You notice a tick crawling behind her neck. You rush to get the anti-tick spray. Zapppp! One shot of the strong chemical-laden spray and the red bugger falls […]

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Back-To-School Separation Anxiety in Pets

Posted September 8, 2017

Well, we are officially passed Labor day, which means it’s back to school, back to activities, and back to the general hectic schedules of fall for families. But did you know that back-to-school time is also really hard on your furkids too? The change in schedules, and more time alone at home and away from […]

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How To Make Our Natural Pet Supplements Work Better?

Posted August 30, 2017

A holistic approach to your pet’s health has precious rewards. Besides boosting your pet’s natural ability to fight disease, it also helps save your pet from the side effects of pharmaceutical drugs. It helps keep your fur kid healthier, for longer, naturally. Animals love the natural route, by the way. Much before kibble and pills, herbal […]

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13 year old adorable dog Oggie’s tumor tale

Posted August 26, 2017

We’ve helped dogs and cats with various kinds of cancer. Tumors are scary as it is but when the tumor is external and visible, we know the fight is harder for the pet’s parents. They can see what their little fur companion is battling. Well, little Oggie has a tumor in her paw. It’s just been […]

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12 year old Maltipoo’s holistic route to a healthy liver

Posted August 22, 2017

Bhoomi is a 12 year old spoiled little diva. This Maltipoo was recently diagnosed with liver disorder.  We took the holistic approach with her and instead of giving her just the Milk thistle, we put her on the Liver Detox Kit which has the Milk Thistle as well as the Turmeric. The Milk Thistle helped get […]

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Loose stools in cats – Akira the cat found natural help

Posted August 19, 2017

Cats are naturally inclined to hide discomfort. They don’t want to feel vulnerable to any threat or danger. Unlike dogs, who will whimper loud and clear when something is wrong, cats will need you to decipher on your own. One of the very definite signs that your cat is facing internal upsets is loose stools […]

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