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Create a Tick-Free Backyard in 5 Easy Steps

Posted May 13, 2014

Ticks belong to the arachnid family and come in a variety of shapes and sizes- some as small as the head of a pin ! But don’t let their scale fool you- these pesky 8 leggers can carry with them a host of dangerous diseases, making them a serious threat to the health of your […]

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Tail-Wagging Support for the 5 Most Common Dog Health Issues

Posted April 23, 2014

In our last blog post we discussed the Top 5 most common cat ailments, and the NHV Natural Pet Products we have created to help address these conditions. Today in part two of our series, we’re going to be speaking to all the dog owners out there, and looking at the Top 5 most common canine […]

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Purr-fectly Natural Remedies for the Top 5 Most Common Cat Ailments

Posted April 10, 2014

As everyone who has experienced the discomfort of the “common cold” knows, even the most mundane health issues can take a major toll on your body. In an animal, minor health issues can also be difficult to diagnose, since your pet is unable to use words to explain his or her symptoms. If left unchecked, […]

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Soothe Your Pet’s Pain and Encourage Healthy Appetite With NHV’s New Yucca Supplement!

Posted April 9, 2014

At NHV Natural Pet Products, we are committed to keeping your pets healthy and happy. That’s why we’re always on the prowl for new natural pet supplements that can decrease an animal’s symptoms while increasing their longevity, vitality, and wellbeing. And we’re happy to share with you the launch of our latest natural pet remedy, […]

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Easy Safety Tips for Pets! Stay Safe and Happy Holidays from NHV

Posted December 20, 2013

Happy Holidays! Make sure to keep your pets safe over the Holidays.  Do not feed your pets cooked turkey bones.  Cooked turkey bones can be dangerous as these bones are sharp and may get lodged in the GI tract, esophagus, or teeth of your pet. You can give your pet skinless white meat as a […]

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5 Tips to Kill the Winter Blues and Keep Your Pet Active this Winter

Posted December 4, 2013

Gone are the days of ‘walkies’ in the sun and playing fetch in the lake. It’s easy to sit back and lament the loss of the outdoors once the weather turns a bit chillier. But the good news is that with a little extra planning and a dash of creativity, your pet can be equally […]

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Healthy Skin, Happy Animal: Prepare Your Pet’s Coat for Winter with These Helpful Tips

Posted November 21, 2013

As the cold weather begins to blow our way, we often see our pets scratching, licking, and chewing their fur a little more than we’d like. In preparing our pets for winter, it’s key to establish a healthy, conditioned coat in order to keep your animals as comfortable as possible. The first step to a […]

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Cats and Dogs Fight Cancer with the Help of ES Clear

Posted November 1, 2013

ES Clear for cats and dogs help create a strong defense against all illnesses, including cancer. This is good news for all pet owners who are looking for an alternative to cancer treatments or for support while undergoing conventional treatment. The number of cats and dogs diagnosed with cancer is on the rise, we know […]

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Milk Thistle – The No. 1 Herbal Remedy for Liver Disease

Posted October 17, 2013

Milk Thistle is one of the most popular herbal remedies for liver disease in humans, it is now also being recognized as an effective remedy for our pets. Liver disease is a common problem in older dogs, this may be due to the increased exposure to toxins in today’s environment, and since the function of […]

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Cats Find Respite from Hyperthyroidism with Resthyro

Posted September 27, 2013

Cats who chat might share hunting techniques, ways of manipulating humans, or how to tease dogs. They may even discuss their health and tales of dreaded visits to the vet. If only they could talk to us, but, unfortunately, we have to look out for symptoms and signs of illness to know if our pets […]

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