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Constipation, Diarrhea, Vomiting, Oh My!

Vet Talks 9 mins read

Constipation, diarrhea, and vomiting are symptoms most pet parents are terrified of. Being worried is a common gut reaction, however, sometimes these symptoms are normal and will resolve themselves. In this article, we’ll explain when these symptoms are normal, when you should bring them to the vet, and what you can do to help. Constipation

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Feline Calicivirus: Prevention and Support

Vet Talks 4 min read

Today we are talking about the most charismatic felines in this world, of course, I am talking about cats. As much as they are independent and appear to be made of iron, kitties can suffer from infectious diseases, especially respiratory ones like Feline Calicivirus. What Is Feline Calicivirus? Calicivirus is an infectious disease that directly

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Vaccines That You Must Get For Your Cat And Dog

Vet Talks 6 min read

As fun and exciting as it is to get a new furbaby, it can sometimes it can be overwhelming to get a new pet. Choosing what kind of pet we would like to adopt, researching everything we can about a dog breed, or cat behavior, are just a few things to keep in mind. We

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Step-By-Step Guide: What To Do When Your Pet Has Cancer

Vet Talks 5 min read

Learning your beloved pet has cancer is scary without a doubt. And it is during uncertain times that we, the NHV family, are here to help you on how to deal and cope during these difficult times. That’s why we’ve created a step-by-step guide on what to do when your pet has cancer. We find

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Missing Cat Found – Fredinho’s Surprising Homecoming

Vet Talks 3 min read

When your pet goes missing, it can be one of the scariest things a family can go through. This happened to our very own Dr. Amanda when she was living with her daughter in Brazil. In a miraculous turn of events, their missing cat was found after three years. Dr. Amanda’s Story About Her Cat,

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How To Force Feed Your Pet

Vet Talks 4 min read

Like us, when our pets are sick, they lose their appetite. Since the nutrients from the food they eat are incredibly important to help their body recover, it’s sometimes necessary to force-feed your pet when they are not eating. There are many reasons your pet may not be eating, such as renal failure, not liking

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The Benefits Of Arnica montana

Vet Talks 3 min read

Like us humans, our pets also can suffer from inflammation. The inflammatory response is not a disease itself, but it can be caused by a condition that requires immediate medical treatment. Therefore, veterinary guidance is extremely important to figure out what is causing the inflammation. The Arnica montana plant has many benefits that can help

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How To Care For Rabbits

Vet Talks 6 min read

Rabbits are becoming a very popular pet and rabbit owners are demanding quality veterinary care more than ever. Rabbits are very social and curious animals, who thrive on attention and social interaction and can be great companions. Taking proper care of them, however, can demand some extra effort and patience. Rabbits, like all animals, have

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Difference Between B-Cell and T-Cell Lymphoma

Vet Talks 4 min read

When your furkiddo is diagnosed with lymphoma, it is heartbreaking and it can be difficult to understand the different types of lymphoma. The type of lymphoma your pet is diagnosed with may affect the treatment options and symptoms they will experience. To help make it easier, let’s break down the difference between B-cell and T-cell

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Vet Talks: Mast Cell Tumors In Dogs

Vet Talks 5 min read

Mast cell tumors in dogs are unfortunately a common condition. If your furbaby has been diagnosed with a mast cell tumor, it is important to understand what the condition is, treatment options,  and what you can do to support them. What Is A Mast Cell? Mast cells are important cells of the immune system and

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Vet Tech Rounds: Worms And Parasites in Cats and Dogs

Pet Health A-Z 4 min read

There are many different parasites that our pets are predisposed to in the environment. All cases of intestinal parasites should be treated and diagnosed by a veterinarian. Worms and parasites in cats and dogs can become profoundly serious and often fatal if not treated. Worms and parasites feed off the tissue in the GI tract.

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