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Vet Tech Rounds: False Pregnancy in Dogs

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It’s definitely not the most common condition, but it certainly makes for an interesting read. Many pet parents will not have experienced this with their dogs and many will not have even heard of such a strange condition. It’s a little different from our popular conditions’ questions, but it can certainly happen and we’re here to help! […]

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Daisy’s Diet: Personalized Pet Nutrition Plan

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Cooking for your pet can be as much fun as cooking for yourself. Between meal preps and finding out what makes your furkiddo jumping up and down when you say the word FOOD there is one thing pet parents usually have a hard time with; knowing the necessary nutrients for your furbaby’s diet. Each pet is different, […]

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Vet Talks: What Should I Feed My Cat?

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Did you know that cats are obligate carnivores? This means that they need animal protein to survive! In the past, cats were used to hunt and the carcass of their prey was their main food consisting of high amounts of protein, moderate amounts of fat, and a minimal amount of carbohydrates. The only source of […]

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Vet Tech Rounds: Teeth Grinding in Cats

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Have you ever heard of teeth grinding in cats? Or maybe you’ve experienced your own kitty doing it. But why do our furkids do this and how can it be prevented? There are many questions surrounding this issue and we have decided to help by answering some of the mysteries surrounding teeth grinding in cats. […]

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Vet Talks: Is Oregon Grape Safe for Pets?

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Oregon Grape (Mahonia aquifolium) has a long history of medicinal use. The plant was used in Traditional Chinese Medicine for the treatment of a wide range of health disorders. It has also been used for centuries by the Indigenous people of the Pacific Northwest. There are often misconceptions that Oregon Grape is toxic to pets based on […]

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Hyperaldosteronism in Cats

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Hyperaldosteronism is a disease caused by a dysfunction in the adrenal gland and it affects more middle-aged to older cats than dogs. Wait, but what is the adrenal gland? They are two small glands that are located on the top of each kidney. They produce hormones that support vital functions like regulation of metabolism, blood pressure, […]

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Hope for Tobie: Supporting Asthma in Dogs with Resp-Aid

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Can dogs have asthma? While asthma in dogs is much less common than in cats, dogs can suffer from asthma in much the same ways humans do. It’s defined as an allergic disease. Asthma attacks in dogs are caused by an allergic reaction that results in airway inflammation, which causes constriction and spasming of the […]

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Vet Tech Rounds: Abscesses in Pets

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A frequently asked question our pet experts usually get is “how do I treat an abscess?”. Unsurprisingly, abscesses are rather common and some pets may be more exposed than others. Although an abscess would not be considered a life-threatening issue, it is crucial that you use the correct method of treatment. We wanted to help […]

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Diet Tips For Rabbits

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Easter is just around the corner and we can’t think of a better way to celebrate but to talk about RABBITS! Sure they are the first pets we can think of when it comes to the holiday, but did you know that their diets can be very specific and involve more than just carrots? A […]

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Win Free Product & Save with NHV’s Easter Egg Hunt 2020

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Spring has finally sprung for those of us in the Northern Hemisphere! To celebrate the arrival of Spring and to give us something fun to do while in social distancing due to COVID-19, we are having a virtual Easter Egg Hunt 2020! April 6-8th, 2020 we will be hiding 3 eggs that look like the […]

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