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Mika Fights Feline Leukemia Back

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We know how difficult it can be to learn that your fur baby has cancer. It wasn’t easy for Ahmad when he discovered that Mika, his 4-year old adorable little guy, has feline leukemia. Ahmad reached out to us as soon as he found out about his fur baby’s condition. He was worried because he’s got […]

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Vet Talks: Obesity in Cats

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One problem that pet parents are struggling more and more with is an overweight pet. Cats are particularly prone to being obese. In fact, it’s estimated that 25-50% of cats are overweight in the United States. Obesity in cats is associated with health risks such as cardiovascular diseases, bladder, and mammary cancer, hypertension, hyperlipidemia, anesthetic, and […]

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Chong Chong – A Happy Comeback Tale of Pomeranian Health

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Everybody loves a great comeback story and today we want to share one of #NHVpets recovery. We’re very happy with this little fighter’s tale as she has been through a rough patch and we’re very proud of her recovery. It all started when Chong Chong’s (@chongchongpom) pawrent Sarah sent us a message with a simple […]

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Gogo – the 12-year-old Shih Tzu with Cushing’s Disease Gets His Mojo Back

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We don’t always hear about all the people out in the world doing good – the ordinary people doing extraordinary things. But they’re out there, and they are an inspiration. Kira Rescue, is a nonprofit organization, a hospice for abused and special needs pets in need of a second chance. We are so grateful that […]

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Rodent Ulcer in Cats – Roxy’s Story

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Amanda, from Nature Angel UK reached out to us when her family fur baby, Roxy, appeared to have an unusual sore below her mouth. Roxy, who is normally in good health, began to show the typical signs of a rodent ulcer. Poor little Roxy was brought to the vet to get checked out and that’s […]

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Vet Talks: 8 Things Every Pet Parent Should Know

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You may have heard different stories like pets can only see in black and white, a warm nose means the pet has a fever, or eczema in pets. To clarify some of these myths surrounding our fur babies, in this blog, I will help pet parents bust 8 common myths in the animal world! True […]

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Tumors in Cats: A Reminder to Never Give Up!

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At NHV we are all pawrents. We know how scary it can be when your pet receives a serious diagnosis. Each pet parent we encounter becomes a part of our extended NHV family. When we say the words “please keep us updated on how your fur baby is doing” we really do mean it. We’ll […]

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Vet Talks: Anemia in Cats and Dogs and How To Help Your Pet

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In my practice, I see anemia frequently as I deal with senior pets, and terminally ill dogs and cats.  Anemia is defined as a decreased hematocrit (HCT) or hemoglobin. Packed cell volume (PCV) is the same definition as hematocrit which is a calculated value from the mean cell volume and red blood cell count and […]

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Alternative Therapies Help Bronson the Pitbull Mix with Lung Cancer

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As pet parents, we will do everything we can to try to make our furkiddos healthy again. And sometimes we are lucky enough to find a veterinarian well versed in both holistic and conventional care to make sure our fur kids are looked after as best as they can. Dr. Joanna Gardner (you can follow […]

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