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Everything You Need to Know About Your Pet's Health

Demystifying & Managing Pica in Cats

Vet Talks 3 min read

Dealing with unique feline behaviors, like Pica in cats, might seem perplexing, but fear not—this guide is here to shed light on the intricacies of your kitty’s habits. Like addressing any other condition, understanding Pica in cats is crucial for providing the best care for our furry friends. So, What is Pica in Cats? Pica...

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Celebrating Black Veterinarians

Clinical Trials & Research 3 min read

In the world of veterinary medicine, Black veterinarians have played a crucial role in advancing animal health and welfare. As we celebrate Black History Month, it’s time to acknowledge and appreciate the remarkable contributions of Black veterinarians throughout history. What is Black History Month? It is an annual celebration recognizing the achievements of African Americans...

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Male Veterinarian Examining Cat Ear Infection with an Otoscope in a Vet Clinic.

Recurring Dog & Cat Ear Infections

Pet Care Tips 3 min read

Dog and cat ear infections are a common health issue, often causing discomfort and distress for our beloved pets. While many infections clear up with appropriate treatment, some can persist, requiring diligent care and attention. Understanding the Causes of Dog & Cat Ear Infections Various hidden health concerns may cause dog and cat ear infections,...

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Young black man playing with dog during training in park. The heart of a dog is strong because it looks active and healthy.

Protecting the Heart of a Dog

Vet Talks 3 min read

Keeping the heart of a dog healthy is key to a happy and active life. Let’s learn more about this vital organ! The Location of the Heart of a Dog First and foremost, where is your dog’s heart situated? …in the chest! Right between the lungs and behind the sternum (breastbone). The precise location can...

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lymphoma cat Merkaba's transformational story. Before and after pictures since using NHV Lymphoma Gold Support Kit

Lymphoma Cat: Merkaba’s Story

Inspiring Pet Tails 3 min read

Do you have a lymphoma cat? This systematic cancer can appear in many parts of their bodies and often require chemotherapy to treat it. Other treatments besides chemotherapy are surgery and radiation therapy. Vets will decide which treatment option to go for after confirming the location and severity of your little one’s lymphoma. Undeterred by...

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Inspiring Pet Tails

Dandee’s Tale: Cancer in Dogs

Inspiring Pet Tails 3 min read

Talking about cancer in dogs is definitely a difficult topic, yet it is a discussion worth having. Understanding more about it is crucial as, unfortunately, it’s a common condition in our canine friends. According to the Veterinary Cancer Society, one out of every four dogs will experience cancer at some stage in their lives, with...

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A grid of 6 cats taking NHV Mouth Drops for their oral health and cat bad breath

Herbal Oral Care: Cat Bad Breath

Inspiring Pet Tails 2 min read

Does your little one have cat bad breath (halitosis)? It was a typical night, and you were about to hit the sack after a long day. Your kitty, as usual, was peacefully lying on your chest. So, you leaned towards them for a goodnight kiss…and oh! What is that smell? That is not the sweet...

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Supporting Boots's cat kidney disease with NHV Tripsy

Cat Kidney Disease – Meet Boots

Inspiring Pet Tails 3 min read

Cat kidney disease, especially chronic kidney disease, requires immediate treatment and support for managing the symptoms and discomfort. We were heartbroken when we heard that Boots here was diagnosed with chronic kidney disease. To support her sweet boy, Dr. Maria Zayas, was determined in finding a holistic and natural remedy – that led her to...

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A grey and white cat, Infinity with cat caner, standing in front of a section of a Christmas tree and looking to the left.

Cat Cancer Support Through the Years: Infinity Battle

Inspiring Pet Tails 4 min read

Managing dog and cat cancer is a challenging and enduring journey, but please know that you are not alone. We’re always here to offer any form of support, just as we’ve been here for this cute kitty, Infinity. But, of course, our support is incomparable to the dedication of Infinity’s mom and dad! Our connection...

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Pet Care Tips

Ensuring Pet Safety on Valentine’s Day

Pet Care Tips 3 min read

Valentine’s Day is all about love, and what better way to express it than by ensuring pet safety? As we immerse ourselves in the pawties, pretty decorations, and gifts, it’s crucial to be mindful of potential hazards for our furriends. Here are some tips for a fun AND safe Valentine’s Day! Environment & Pet Safety...

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side effects of deworming a dog and a cat with a picture of a cat and a happy dog lying under a blanket on a bright yellow couch.

Addressing the Side Effects of Deworming a Dog or Cat

Pet Care Tips 3 min read

Traditional antiparasitic medications are generally safe and well-tolerated, but there may be potential side effects of deworming a dog or cat, like any pharmaceutical. Despite this, vet-prescribed deworming medications remain a reliable, quick, and effective solution. If you’re overwhelmed with this contradicting information and are uncertain about the best course of action, this blog is...

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Photo of a vet examining a dog's tummy to illustrate the diagnosis process for gastritis in dogs.

Natural Gut Support: Dealing with Gastritis in Dogs

Pet Care Tips 3 min read

Gastritis in dogs can commonly sneak up on us as pet parents. The health condition refers to the inflammation of the stomach lining, which can cause discomfort and distress for our canine companions. Dog gastritis can be triggered by various factors, including dietary indiscretions, infections, or even stress, making it imperative to take proactive measures...

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Photo of a Beagle looking dog laying down on the sofa with the eyes shut closed, to illustrate a blog about low energy dogs.

Pet Vitality Care: A Guide to Revitalizing Low Energy Dogs

Pet Care Tips 3 min read

Seeing your once active pup turn into one of the low energy dogs can be heartbreaking. If your canine companion is in their golden years, it’s not uncommon to observe signs of reduced activity. But there are easy ways to help put that pep back in their step and bid farewell to the sluggish or...

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Vet Talks

Understanding and Managing Hemophilia in Dogs

Vet Talks 3 min read

Dealing with bleeding disorders like hemophilia in dogs can be worrisome, as it can lead to uncontrolled bleeding, internal hemorrhage, blood loss anemia, and can be fatal if left untreated. But don’t let the worst-case scenario overwhelm you.  With this comprehensive guide, we want to clearly break down the basics of blood conditions, covering causes,...

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Aging Pet: Confused Cat and Other Behavioral Changes

Vet Talks 4 min read

Witnessing a confused cat grapple with behavioral and cognitive changes can be one of the challenges of caring for a senior kitty. You may notice differences in their behavior, physicality, mobility, appearance, and temperament as they approach their golden years. Many of these changes start happening as early as 11 years of age and are...

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Photo of a Yorkshire terrier dog being examined by a veterinarian to illustrate a blog about dog intestinal blockage timeline.

Dog Intestinal Blockage Timeline & Support

Vet Talks 3 min read

Among the potential hazards that our canine companions may encounter, a dog intestinal blockage timeline emerges as a crucial concern for pet parents. When it comes to our furry friends, their curiosity and love for exploration can sometimes lead to unexpected challenges, and getting something blocking the passage of your little one’s intestine is one...

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Photo of a tabby kitty laying down on his belly to illustrate a blog about cat stomach gurgling sounds and what it means.

Cat Stomach Gurgling & Other Signs of Digestive Issues

Vet Talks 3 min read

Various factors, including hunger, slow digestion, intestinal parasites, upset stomach, gas, and more, can cause cat stomach gurgling. These sounds, coming from your little one’s belly, are your cat’s way of telling you that something’s not quite right in their gut. In this blog, we’ll dive into the world of these and other signs of...

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