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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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Outdoor Spaces for Indoor Cats

Posted June 16, 2017

Want your little lion to experience the great outdoors, but scared that it may put them in danger? We can help! Here are some nifty ideas to get your feline friend outside, while still being an indoor cat. We know that some spaces are easier to convert than others, but hopefully you will find something […]

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Help Support Animal Wellness

Posted May 23, 2017

CANWI Spring Fund Raiser: NHV Natural Pet Products and the Companion Animal Nutrition and Wellness Institute (CANWI) are working together to help pet parents make better decisions about nutrition and supplements.  We believe that our pets diet and supplements impacts their health and vitality. Veterinary Nutritionist, Integrative practitioner, and CANWI founder, Dr. Donna Raditic comments, […]

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NHV Helps Barney In His Battle Against Cancer

Posted May 5, 2017

We’re happy to receive some great news about Barney, an adorable black cat who is fighting cancer. Thank you Lorraine for sending us these encouraging words and lovely news. We wish Barney so much love and comfort. We’re glad we are able to help him. Here’s what Lorraine, Barney’s mom, had to say: *INITIALLY –  AFTER USING […]

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Home-Cooked Pet Meals: It’s Easy, Healthy, & Fun

Posted March 31, 2017

A well-balanced diet is key to keeping our pets healthy. A poor diet could result in a compromised immune system and many health complications for our beloved animals. So, what does a healthy, nutritious diet for a dog or cat look like? With all the options out there from home-cooked to raw, dried or canned […]

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Why should you give your pet turmeric?

Posted March 29, 2017

Have you seen your dog or cat eat grass when they need a healthy detox? That’s because they are biologically inclined to find help in nature’s cabinet. Turmeric is just one of the helpful herbs found in nature.  This super herb helps pets live healthier lives. Adding it to your pet’s daily diet is probably the wisest decision […]

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NHV Hearty Heart Helps Dog With Stage C Heart Failure

Posted March 23, 2017

Thank you Angela for sharing your story with us 💖 It has been just 2 weeks since I’ve given Hearty-Heart to my 13 year old doggie. He has suffered from Stage C of Heart failure for over an year so that his cough could been usually observed. But after we started this remedy, he rarely coughs and […]

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NHV Helps Scooter with His Battle Against Lymphoma

Posted March 9, 2017

Thank you Cynthia for sharing Scooter’s story with us 💖 My baby Scooter was diagnosed with lymphoma Jan 2. He started going downhill really fast. We tried 2 rounds of L-spar with no improvement and didn’t shrink the tumor on his neck. The vet was afraid of chemo since he’s also diabetic and can’t have […]

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NHV Supraglan Helps Lizzie with her Cushing’s

Posted February 28, 2017

Thank you Deborah for sharing Lizzie’s story with us. Our 11 year old Rhodesian Ridgeback was diagnosed with Cushing’s disease. The Supraglan reduced the panting and water consumption significantly. Her energy level increased and she lost a bit of weight initially. After about 9 months, her symptoms reappeared, though not as severe. An increase in […]

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