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The famous Mr. Belvedere finds NHV to help with FIV

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5 things about Mr. Belvedere Has a Mohawk Can wink & stick tongue out at the same time Bunny-kicking #Catlympics champion Lets the ladies eat first, always Stays close to #hoomans at all times – feet, head, arms whatever Ladies and gentlemen, here is the face of the handsome and famous Mr. Belvedere. Mr. Belvedere the […]

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Anal Sac Adenocarcinoma is a journey – Dexter found a friend in NHV

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Dexter’s mum came to us in 2017 seeking help for her boy going through cancer. He was diagnosed with Anal Sac Adenocarcinoma in August 2016, along with Mets of Lungs. June of 2017 was when she ordered her first set of supplements and began her journey to help fight Dexter’s cancer with the support from NHV. […]

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Vet Talks: Mange in Cats and Dogs

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Mange in Dogs and Cats If your cat or dog is experiencing hair loss, itching, crusts, malodorous skin, and is generally miserably uncomfortable, it could be mange.  The first thing I do diagnostically when presented with a skin condition in a dog or cat is a skin scrape test and look at the debris under […]

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Ché the cat had problems with his lachrymal duct

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Che’s mum was familiar with the benefits of natural remedies and now, she was looking for a natural remedy to help her sweet boy Che with his eyes. She asked us for our help, and of course we were there to support her little boy. “Hi sweet people of NHV. My Che has problems with his […]

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24 Year Old Cockatiel With Liver Cancer Spreads His Wings

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Did you know NHV supplements can help our avian friends too? While most of our customers are cats and dogs, our supplements are good for rabbits, ferrets, birds, reptiles, and other small creatures. Just like their other counterparts, they need fresh food and water, love, affection, and exercise. Meet Sunny – this gorgeous yellow cockatiel is […]

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Angel the kitty from the UK fights back against bladder cancer

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Angel’s loving parents reached out to us in August. They were looking for natural options for their 13 year old kitty – Angel, who was recently diagnosed with bladder cancer. We were prepared to help her fight. Our team of Pet Experts recommended a holistic regimen of ES Clear, Milk Thistle, and Tripsy to help keep […]

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Simon the cat is fighting spindle cell carcinoma

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Simon was recently diagnosed with spindle cell carcinoma. This is a type of cancer that begins in the skin or in connective tissues. Pet parent Julie, wanted to support Simon’s condition holistically – as it had spread to his gums, bones, eye sockets, and nasal passage. I recommend that you purchase this product (ES Clear) […]

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Feeding a zoo – behind the scenes at a zoo’s kitchen

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While I was teaching at the University of São Paulo, my students and I were lucky to be able to see behind the scenes at the São Paulo Zoo (Portuguese: Parque Zoológico de São Paulo). Most of the animals in the São Paulo Zoo were rescued from circuses and other unliveable conditions. I am not a specialist […]

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Street rescue Billy has Felimm for his FIV

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From rough roads to riches, beautiful Billy is living the best life! Billy had a rough past before he found his new loving home. He was found outside wounded and after a visit at the vet, his rescuers found out that he has FIV. Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV) affects a cat’s immune system and makes it severely weakened […]

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Helping Maine Coons with hairballs naturally

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Maine Coons are quite the load of lovin! They are one of the largest domestic breeds of cats (basically the giants of the cat world). Although having these fuzz-balls in the home can be fun, they do require a bit more pampering than other kitties due to their luscious long fur. Maine Coons have a […]

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