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A Dog’s Life: 10 Ways to Enrich Their Lives

Posted February 4, 2017

For thousands of years, dogs have been there for us. They have been our best friends, our closest confidants, our work partners, and our loyal heroes. Let’s spoil them and make their lives, which are often way too short, the best they can possibly be. Here are 10 small ways you can enrich the life […]

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NHV Remedies Helped Misha with Her IBD

Posted February 1, 2017

*My 14 year old cat was diagnosed with IBD and was had chronic diarrhea. She had stopped using the litterbox and having accidents all over the floor several times daily. I reluctantly agreed to put her on prednisolone which helped her condition. I added the Inflammatory bowel comfort kit, giving 4 drops of inulin and […]

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Depression in Dogs and Cats

Posted January 27, 2017

Often in my veterinary clinic, I am asked the question by caring pet parents who notice that their animal companions are just not acting right— Is my pet suffering from depression? In my professional opinion as a holistic veterinarian, I do believe that dogs and cats get depressed. Having said that, it is important to […]

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NHV Remedies Help Ike On His Road To Recovery

Posted January 20, 2017

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Herbal Remedies For Pets: What are They and How Do They Work?

Posted January 13, 2017

It’s an exciting time for pets. Concerned and empowered animal guardians are seeking out a variety of health options to help their beloved animal companions. No longer do pet parents feel “stuck” with one or two pharmaceutical options, but instead they are actively seeking out and researching a variety of therapies. Pet parents and veterinarians […]

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Vet Talk: CRF (Chronic Renal Failure) in Cats

Posted January 6, 2017

Chronic renal failure (CRF) also known as chronic kidney failure is when there is a slow, progressive loss of kidney function, which eventually leads to permanent kidney failure. CRF is one of the most common forms of illness and death in older cats (though it can be seen in younger cats as well). Cats with […]

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Vet Talk: Stress and Triggers That Lead to Illness in Dogs

Posted December 30, 2016

Everyone knows what stress feels like in ourselves, and we all know that too much stress can make us ill—ulcers, high blood pressure and even cancer can result from excessive stress. Our dogs can also be, and often are, stressed by numerous factors in their lives too.  The more we understand the external contributing factors […]

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Fun Pet Facts for the Holidays

Posted December 23, 2016

It’s the time of year for love, laughter and surprises and we bet a few of these holiday pet facts might just surprise you! Approximately 65% of US households own a pet. Of those, it is estimated that 37-47% have a dog, and 30-37% have a cat -that’s approximately 70-80 million dogs and 74-96 million […]

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