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Good news for Dogs with Heart Disease – A Healthy Heart is a Healthy Heart

Posted August 6, 2013

America’s Heart Association has a message for all dog owners, “owning a dog may prevent heart disease.” So, what are we doing to help our dogs with heart disease? Dogs with heart disease have either an acquired condition or a congenital condition. Congenital means it is a condition present at birth and can be genetically […]

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Dog Adrenal Gland Disorder – Prevention is Better than Cure

Posted July 31, 2013

Adrenal gland disorders in dogs may be hard to detect in the beginning stages of development. Your dog might have gained a little weight, be a little lethargic, or have slight changes in behavior, none of these symptoms seem serious but if left untreated it can lead to a more severe problem. Two of the […]

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Healthy Pets + Healthy Humans = Healthy Planet – It’s a Natural Relationship

Posted July 3, 2013

NHV is all about keeping pets healthy with natural remedies, but we should also recognize that keeping a pet is a natural health remedy for humans. Research has shown that pets are good for your health. They lower blood pressure, help combat depression, and encourage exercise – Walkies! They even do Doga with us – […]

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Puppy Diarrhea Can Be Serious

Posted June 4, 2013

Diarrhea is no laughing matter; in fact it can be dangerous. If your poor little pup is pooping too much perhaps you should think about buying a puppy diarrhea treatment.  But before you can treat your dog, you need to know the cause of the diarrhea. The main causes of diarrhea are: • Stress. • […]

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Natural vs Non-Natural Remedies

Posted May 10, 2013

To go natural or not – this may be a natural choice for some pet owners, but it’s a dilemma for others. There are a plethora of natural remedies on the market but the question many pet lovers ask is – Do they work? Well yes, they do work, but natural remedies take a different […]

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Safe and Successful – Supraglan

Posted April 7, 2013

Supraglan – The Natural Pet Product for Cushings Disease in Dogs Cushings Disease in dogs often resembles aging due to symptoms of lethargy, weight gain, and a dull and dry coat and the fact that Cushings doesn’t usually occur until around the age of ten. Indeed aging may well be a factor since, with age, […]

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Milk Thistle – For Pet Liver Disease

Posted March 5, 2013

Ever wondered why Sylvester couldn’t catch Tweety, why the Roadrunner always outran Wile E. Coyote or why Tom never, ever got the better of Jerry… Perhaps sluggish livers left these cartoon characters lethargic and lacking in acme power. Liver damage is a common problem for pets; it can be caused by infection, poisoning, and heart […]

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Helping and Preventing Cat and Dog Ear Infections

Posted February 4, 2013

If your pet is shaking her head, scratching her ears, or even yelping when her ears are touched- chances are she’s developed an ear infection. Though fairly common in both cats and dogs, ear infections can be painful and can lead to greater damage if left untreated. Ear infections result from a variety of factors, but […]

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Does My Pet Have A Food Allergy?

Posted January 7, 2013

Listing The 10 Most Common Pet Symptoms Runny eyes, itchy skin, sneezing… Food allergy symptoms in pets are much like the symptoms experienced by their human companions. The good news is that there are a variety of food options available for allergic pets and many natural pet products like Milk Thistle and Tripsy that can […]

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Thanksgiving Pet Safety Tips

Posted November 21, 2012

Happy Thanksgiving! Make sure to keep your pets safe this Thanksgiving.  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 treat.  […]

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