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10 Common Pet Troubles And Their Natural Solutions

Posted September 22, 2017

It’s a regular day in a pet parent’s life. You bring your dog home from the park and just as you are about to remove the collar, eeeeek. You notice a tick crawling behind her neck. You rush to get the anti-tick spray. Zapppp! One shot of the strong chemical-laden spray and the red bugger falls […]

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Vet Talk: Ringworms in Dogs and Cats

Posted September 15, 2017

In my veterinary practice, I see a lot of cat and dog patients with itchy skin. One reason for an itchy pet is a ring worm infection. Ringworm, which is actually not a worm but a fungus on the skin and top layers of hair, is caused by fungi called dermatophytes.  The most  common of […]

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NHV Gives Back – One Pet Selfie At A Time

Posted September 6, 2017

Giving back is fun. There is nothing more motivating than the eyes of an animal in need. Even though we aren’t a very big business, we always try to give back. More so, since we lost our sweet beagle, Lady. This year we decided to make our annual giving back efforts more fun. We had all […]

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How to Talk to Your New Fur Kid: There’s a Trainer for That. But Which One?

Posted August 25, 2017

So you just adopted a dog?! Congratulations! This is a really exciting time. And a big transition for everyone/pup involved. You probably have a lot of questions (and more than a few concerns too). Trust us when we say, so does your new furkid! It’s gonna take a while for you guys to get to […]

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14-years old dog’s secret behind a young (and healthy) heart

Posted August 17, 2017

Little Foxy is taking things one tail wagging day at a time. 12 months ago, his mum was given the sad news of an aggravated heart murmur that could turn fatal. But thanks to NHV Hearty Heart, Foxy looks and feels as healthy as a pupper. Here’s what his mum Pauline from France left as […]

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From Being Told To Be ‘Put To Sleep’ To ‘Happy And Perky’

Posted August 1, 2017

We recently received a very motivating comment on our Facebook Page. My cat Alfie was meant to of be put to sleep 6 weeks ago. I ordered Es clear, Tripsy, Maris, Tumeric and Milk Thistle and he’s still with me , energy up , appetite up (was only getting a quarter of a small tray […]

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10 Essential Tips For Hiking With Dogs

Posted July 28, 2017

Outdoor weather means some lovely photographs for your dog’s Instagram page and some amazing stories to tell in the cold winter season that follows. The activity that tops the list of most dog parents is hiking. Hiking with a dog makes the view in the end a lot more special. It’s fun to see your furry pal scurry across steep […]

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Vet Talks: How To Have Happy, Healthy Tripawd Dogs and Cats

Posted July 21, 2017

As a practicing holistic and integrative veterinary specialist, I frequently see tripawd dog and cat patients for rehabilitation services, acupuncture, and other forms of medical and therapeutic treatment. Sadly, dogs and cats may loose a limb due to an unfortunate accident, cancer, bone disease, or other form of cancer. Treatment options for tripawd dogs and […]

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Herbal remedies and antibiotics, for UTI in cats? Read Zeppy’s tale.

Posted July 16, 2017

When Zeppy, the cat was diagnosed with UTI, the vets had no choice but to put him on antibiotics. After a week long course, Zeppy was still suffering and to add to his mom’s misery, his kidney and liver levels didn’t permit another week of antibiotics. In such a situation, Zeppy’s mom found NHV Tripsy. A […]

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Why Does My Pet Eat Grass?

Posted July 7, 2017

Ever looked out the window to see your cat or dog helping out with the landscaping duties by eating the grass? Do they get sick afterward? It may seem strange to see, but don’t panic just yet. There are many reasons why our pets eat grass, and many of them are natural and common. Let’s […]

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