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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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Connecting the Symptoms of Cushing’s and Helping Them with Supraglan

Posted September 25, 2013

Sometimes it can be hard to tell if your dog has a serious illness or is just a little under the weather. Some illnesses take a long time to become apparent. Cushing’s disorder is one such illness that has some symptoms that may not be immediately worrying. Cushing’s disease occurs when the adrenal glands produce […]

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Cat Diabetes Support

Posted August 29, 2013

We have all had a good laugh at the fat cats on the Internet, but the sad truth is these cats are well on the road to type II diabetes, and that is no laughing matter. Traditional cat diabetes treatments rely on insulin injections; however, many cat owners are reluctant to inject their cat once […]

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Can You Help Beat Cat Cancer with a Natural Remedies?

Posted August 14, 2013

Would you use a natural cat cancer remedy if your cat was diagnosed with cancer? For all of us who like natural remedies, the good news is you don’t have to choose between natural or conventional methods. The beauty of natural cat cancer support is that they can be used in conjunction with conventional treatments, to help […]

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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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