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3 New Year Resolutions your pets want you to make

Posted December 29, 2017

Did you know there is a day called Ditch Your New Year’s Resolutions Day? It’s ‘celebrated’ on January 17 and is literally a day to let go of the crazy resolutions we make every new year and then fail miserably at. Well, that’s exactly what this article is about. Making resolutions you can keep, kickstarting a habit […]

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Beagle with liver cancer surprises her oncologist

Posted December 23, 2017

Finding out your furry companion has cancer is one of the hardest things to hear as a pet parent! Puna the sweet little Beagle was diagnosed with liver cancer, after undergoing many treatments of Chemo  the cancer was getting more aggressive, her pet parents were told she only had 3-6 months to live ☹  They […]

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4 clever ways of pet proofing your Christmas

Posted December 22, 2017

It’s that time of the year again. While you’re singing silent nights and jingle bells, here’s what your cat is singing. Yes, our little furry children are eager to wreck Christmas decorations, make cooking a menace and bring down the Christmas tree. How are you planning to save your Christmas and keep them happy too. Here are 4 clever […]

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Is a holistic turnaround from Lymphoma possible for dogs?

Posted December 21, 2017

As our lifestyles continue to change and we continue to choose convenience over health, more and more dogs and cats are being diagnosed with Lymphoma. Thumper, an adorable golden cocker spaniel is another sweet dog who has fallen in the lymphoma trap. While veterinarians and scientists are researching how to best help a pet with […]

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This little celeb cat would throw up after meals

Posted December 18, 2017

If you have a cat, you must have encountered throwing up accidents. But Kitty Mojito, a popular cat from Instagram seemed to have some kind of an eating disorder. She would gobble up her food real quick and then throw up. Her mom took her to the vet, got elaborate blood work done but the […]

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NHV’s #Mein4wordschallenge winner Watson & anxiety in cats

Posted December 17, 2017

A few months back we did a fun activity on Instagram. We wanted to know our cat and dog followers better and so started a fun challenge called the #mein4wordschallenge . Almost 500 cats and dogs from Instagram chimed in with posts and tried to describe themselves in 4 words. Our office kitties, Jonika and […]

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NHV’s Halloween For Pets Was A Furry Special One

Posted December 16, 2017

We had a lot of fun this Halloween celebrating with doggos and kitties from around the world. We had some join us for the #NHVHalloweenDancePawty on Instagram and then there were others who took part in our Halloween Giveaway on Facebook. Here are some glimpses from the furry special Halloween we spent. Let’s start with […]

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Vet Talks: Cancer in Pets

Posted December 15, 2017

Being an integrative veterinary practitioner, I often see dogs and cats with cancer who need holistic care.  Many receive western medications and chemotherapy and I add in diet, herbal therapy, physical therapy, and acupuncture, and or spinal manipulation to enable my patients to be more comfortable, and stay in remission longer. Cancer, unfortunately is the […]

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