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Summer Checklist For Older Pets

Posted May 26, 2017

The sun is here and you’re all geared up with your flip flops and cotton tees. But what’s your prep for your furry kids? Especially the ones with grey muzzles and slight limping. Winter is a harsh time for them, but did you know summer means extra care too? Here’s a handy summer checklist for pet parents with […]

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NHV Cushing’s Disease Essential Kit Helps Mitzie, the Sheltie, Cope Better

Posted May 17, 2017

We are happy to receive great news from Dianne, Mitzie’s mom. Mitzie, a 10 year old Sheltie was struggling with Cushing’s disease for some time now but the last month has been better. The Cushing’s supplement kit from NHV has been able to help her cope more comfortably. Thank you, Dianne, for these lovely words. […]

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We’re Helping Juno with Her Lymphoma, and Here’s How!

Posted May 13, 2017

When poor Juno, a bullmastiff was diagnosed with lymphoma, her parents turned to NHV for help. They tried the Lymphoma Gold Support Kit and have had great results! What do they have to say? * “Our 8 year old bullmastiff was diagnosed with aggressive lymphoma in March of this year. She was lethargic and had […]

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Vet Talk: Lupus in Dogs – Everything You Need To Know

Posted May 10, 2017

Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) is a fairly rare and potentially fatal autoimmune disease that mostly affects dogs. Although rare, it is believed that many cases of SLE go undiagnosed. In today’s blog, I’ll touch on what to look for (signs and symptoms of SLE in pets) and how to best manage your pet with SLE. […]

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NHV’s Little Rescue: Chaya’s Story

Posted April 28, 2017

If you’ve been following us on Facebook, you know that we’ve grown by one—and quite the one she is. With a personality that is larger than a life, a mind for mischief and a heart as big as the sky, our little Chaya keeps us rolling in joyous laughter. We are all hopelessly in love. […]

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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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Healthy from head to tail: What you need to know about checkups, vaccinations and more

Posted April 18, 2017

There are plenty of things you can do at home to keep your pets healthy. Giving them the right amount (and the right kind) of food is one thing. They also need exercise that’s appropriate for their age and animal type. Plus, affection is what really make pets part of the family. But there’s one […]

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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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Pet Myths, Reality and Precautions: Debunking 7 common cat and dog myths, naturally!

Posted April 7, 2017

A wagging tail means a dog likes you. A soft purr means a cat is happy. But who decided that every tail wag is friendly and every purr is happy? Here are some common myths that pet parents have. You’ll find answers to some perplexing questions about pet parenting here. Myth Asparagus can be dangerous […]

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Vet Talk: Lumps and Bumps on Dogs and Cats

Posted March 24, 2017

It’s not uncommon to notice or feel small lumps and bumps on our beloved animals. I understand that it is scary to find these, and although not all lumps and bumps are necessarily bad, I strongly feel that a veterinarian should check them out, in order to catch any potential problems as early as possible. […]

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