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How To Stop Your Dog From Chasing Things

Pet Care Tips 4 mins read

Why Do Dogs Chase? If you’re reading this blog, your dog may be exhibiting behavior that you are finding difficult to control, such as chasing cars, other animals, or even people. You are not alone. Many dogs don’t have a high drive to hunt or chase and are content just playing fetch, or cuddling on

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Vet Talks: How to Care for a Pet Turtle

Pet Care Tips 5 min read

At NHV, we meet all kinds of amazing pet parents and pets. And although turtles may not be on the traditional list of pets, such as dogs or cats, we’ve had the pleasure of meeting some amazing and dedicated turtle rescuers and guardians. But before anyone rushes out and gets a turtle, its important to

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Dog over Fence

Vet Tech Rounds: How To Pet Proof Your Home

Pet Care Tips 4 min read

Dogs and cats tend to get up to a lot of mischief. 🙈 When bringing a new pet home, it is really important to ensure that their new home is safe. Many of us pet parents know that puppies just love to chew, and kittens will climb as high as they can! We have provided

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Vet Talks: How to Help Your Dog Naturally with Neurological Disorders

Pet Care Tips 3 min read

Neurological disorders are not unique to humans. Dogs and other animals can also have these disorders. The causes for a neurological disease in dogs are remarkably diverse. Some of canine neurological disorders can be associated with genetic factors, parasites, toxic agents, tumors etc. However, even with the evolution of animal medicine, some of the causes of neurological

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Supporting a cat with gastrointestinal lymphoma: mimi's story

Supporting A Cat With Gastrointestinal Lymphoma: Mimi’s Story

Inspiring Pet Tails 4 min read

A good friend is there for you in the good times but also during the difficult times. They will offer advice, stand by your side, and just be an ear to listen to what you are going through. We are so lucky to have been connected to cat mom, Lesley through one of her friends.

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FIV kitty

Vet Talks: FIV in Cats

Vet Talks 4 min read

Feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) is a viral infection of cats and it is mainly diagnosed in male adult cats. FIV is shed mostly in the saliva and other blood fluids and it is transmitted primarily through direct bite-wound inoculation when an infected cat that is actively shedding virus into the saliva bites another cat.  FIV can

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Sad looking tabby cat staring out the window beside the door. Sad puppy laying next to a full food dish.

Supporting Your Pet Through Grief

Pet Care Tips 3 min read

Being a pet parent comes with many happy moments but grieving the loss of our loved ones including our pets is an unfortunate part of the job. Losing a loved one is not only really hard on us humans, but it can be equally devastating for the furkiddos who loved them dearly. Pets may show it in

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Vet Talks: Bladder Stones In Pets

Vet Talks 3 min read

As a veterinarian and pet owner, I had many of my patients and my pets with bladder stones. Billy, my 12-years-old dog recently had bladder stones. It was an emergency because it was lodged in his urethra (the tube that carries urine from the bladder to the outside of the body). After unblocking Billy’s urethra

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Potato standing on a wood patio in front of tress. Potato standing on a brown tile floor. Potato sitting on a glass table with NHV supplements

Supporting A Dog With Chronic Renal Failure (CRF): Potato’s Story

Inspiring Pet Tails 4 min read

We first met dog mom Jessica and her furkid Potato back in November, when Jessica wanted to learn more about one of our Cushing’s Disease kit. Potato’s vet suspected Cushing’s disease as he had many of the symptoms. Once the test results came back, they discovered that it wasn’t Cushing’s disease but it was a combination

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Vet Tech Rounds: Hyperthyroidism And Hypothyroidism in Pets

Vet Talks 4 min read

Hyper vs hypo can be a very confusing term for some people and that’s why we’re here to help. The terms for describing both conditions are very similar and can cause a mix up with the two. Both affect the thyroid but work in opposite ways. One way that I learned to remember the meaning for

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Beef Bone Broth Recipe For Pets

Easy Recipes For Pets 4 min read

If you’ve ever called or talked to one of our pet experts, you’ll probably hear us exalting the benefits of bone broth, and it’s for good reason. Bone broth is rich in minerals such as calcium, magnesium, and other great nutrients. It’s not a complete meal on its own, but it makes a great treat, snack or

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