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The Many Uses of Milk Thistle For Cats and Dogs

Posted October 23, 2015

This month as we talk about an integrative approach to pet health, I wanted to discuss the powerful benefits of Milk thistle for cats and dogs in helping to improve liver function and protect the liver from the side-effects of pharmaceuticals. What exactly is Milk Thistle? Milk Thistle, otherwise known as silybum marianum, is from […]

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Integrative Veterinary Medicine: How To Decide What’s Best For Your Cat or Dog

Posted October 17, 2015

It’s a heavy burden we pet parents have when it comes to the health of our animal companions and the trust they place in us. So many pet parents we’ve spoken to want to know how to make their cat or dog healthier “naturally” without the common side effects of drugs. But knowing what to do, […]

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Tips to Help Joint Pain in Your Pet

Posted October 5, 2015

Are you noticing more aches and pains in your body with the change in weather? As fall sets in, and the weather dampens and cools, you’re not the only one who’s feeling the chill in their bones; pets can be particularly susceptible to joint pain during the cool fall and winter months. You may notice […]

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Allergies in Dogs: Brody’s NHV Success Story

Posted August 31, 2015

*Ashley, Brody’s mom, reached out to us to share her story of Brody’s success. *“Meet Brody, my four year old altered male boxer. Brody’s happy place is lying outside in a field of grass or in his “Grammys” flower garden. As a rescue I didn’t have much history about his health but quickly realized something […]

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Larry the cat’s success with NHV Hyperthyroidism Kit

Posted August 27, 2015

*Thank you Darlene for sharing your story of Larry’s success with NHV! *”One month ago (Aug 2015), I bought the HYPERTHYROIDISM GOLD SUPPORT KIT (Hyperthyroidism Kit) for my 20+ year old male cat because he had all the symptoms of having a thyroid problem. He has always been an outdoor cat that is sociable on his own […]

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Ear Infections in Dogs: Veterinarian Tips on Cleaning and Prevention

Posted August 24, 2015

With the hot moist heat, pollen, and outdoor activities (like swimming) our dogs do, summer at my holistic veterinary practice seems to be the season for dog ear infections. But before I can give any advice on proactively preventing or treating dog ear infections, we need to understand why and how they occur… And that […]

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Cat Breeds: Characteristics and Health Problems

Posted August 10, 2015

Did you know that there are over 40 recognized cat breeds in the world? While getting a purebred kitty has some advantages, like a predictable look and personality traits, there are some health issues associated with each breed you should be aware of. Here are five popular cat breeds, their health issues, and what you […]

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Understanding Feline Leukemia with Dr. Hillary Cook

Posted June 29, 2015

In my veterinary practice in Virginia, I am fortunate to work with such a variety of patients—from chickens, to dogs, cats, horses and more. Sometimes, it’s a quick fix to get my patients happy and healthy, and sometimes the issues are far more complex; but the one constant on the road to good health is […]

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Getting the Best from Your NHV Natural Pet Products

Posted June 22, 2015

We believe that giving your pet NHV Natural Pet Products is the perfect way to enhance your pet’s health naturally. Our goal is to always help pet parents in their quest to improve the lives and lifestyles of their furry loved ones. Understanding how to get the best of your NHV pet supplements is just […]

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Deworming Dogs and Cats

Posted June 15, 2015

Spring’s in full swing and summer is almost here… ‘tis the season for all things icky to be gobbled, sniffed, and licked by your curious little pet! Since worms and parasites can live in all those lovely things, like dead rodents, dirt, and poop, that your dog or cat may stop to investigate on their […]

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