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Remy – a shorthair American Tabby with kidney, thyroid and aches and pains

Posted June 27, 2016

* Thank you Cheryl for sharing Remy’s story with us. * “Remy is a shorthair American Tabby, who is 18 years old.  She has many ailments including kidney, thyroid and aches and pains. We give her Omega 3 oils, Resthyro and ES Clear.  She is the sweetest cat, and diesn’t mind taking her meds.  She […]

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NHV Pets – Real Stories From Real Pets

Posted March 18, 2016

* NHV – We Love Your Pets Naturally At NHV Natural Pet Products, we have been so blessed. We have gotten to know some of the most amazing and inspiring pets and their strong and loving pet parents. To those pet parents, we say ‘Thank you”. Thank you for sharing your stories with us, for […]

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NHV Tails – Hunter’s Story: Autoimmune Disease in Dogs

Posted March 4, 2016

Meet Hunter, a wonderful husky mix, who was saved as a pup from a fated death because of his mutt heritage in the Canadian North. Escaping a short-life as a rejected sled dog, Hunter was brought down to Vancouver by some amazing rescuers, where he has spent his life of eleven years with family and […]

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Finding out your cat has a tumor or feline cancer is frightening!

Posted January 29, 2016

Your beloved kitty has just been diagnosed with having a tumor or feline cancer and you are feeling lost and confused.  We, at NHV Natural Pet Products understand and are here to support you and your fur baby during this time.  We know that there will be an endless list of questions about tumors in […]

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NHV’s Milk Thistle Used By University of Tennessee’s Avian and Exotics Division For Birds with Liver Disorders

Posted January 22, 2016

NHV Natural Pet Products once again had the pleasure of speaking with the University of Tennessee’s Veterinary Medical Center. This time it was the Avian and Exotics Division at the U of T that got in touch with us! Here’s what they had to say: * “We have been using the NHV Milk Thistle in […]

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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 […]

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One Stressed Out Kitty! Snowflake’s Tale

Posted November 13, 2015

Our kitties are complex little creatures, capable of a wonderful depth of emotion. Unfortunately, they can sometimes (just like the rest of us) get a little stressed out, which causes themselves and their pet parents grief. In fact, stress in cats is in all too common scenario for our little feline friends. It can, if […]

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NHV Tails: Luke’s Success with NHV Stimmune

Posted October 3, 2015

It’s been estimated that about 10% of allergies in dogs are due to food allergies. Dogs, like Luke (pictured above), who suffer from food allergies, often show symptoms ranging from chronic ear inflammation, gastrointestinal problems, diarrhea, gas, and an itchy rear end. When Wendy, Luke’s mom, asked NHV if there was anything she could do […]

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Nipsey’s Story: Hyperthyroidism in Cats

Posted September 28, 2015

* Like many cats his age, Nipsey (pictured above) was suffering from feline hyperthyroidism. He is only nine years old, but he isn’t alone. Hyperthyroidism in cats is the most common glandular disorder in middle aged to senior cats. Feline hyperthyroidism is caused by an increase in production of thyroid hormones from an enlarged thyroid […]

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Cushing’s in Dogs: Bruce’s Story

Posted September 18, 2015

  *”In June my sweet, sweet Boston Terrier Bruce ( 12 1/2 now) was diagnosed with Cushings. I was so sad to see this active senior going down hill and having no energy to play. He always went to his toy box to select a toy but all that ceased. He also stopped jumping up […]

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