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We Love Your Pet Naturally!
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Meet another one of our happy NHV pets. Our holistic remedies have been able to help Asta, an adorable 13 years young Boston Terrier with severe heart problems. We’re thankful to Brent, Asta’s daddy, to share this wonderful review with us. > http://blog.nhvnaturalpetproducts.com/nhv-hearty-heart-helping-asta-with-congestive-heart-failure/

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They say dogs have masters, but cats? Cats have staff. They keep us humans occupied with their furry needs. They’ve got a set routine and they like things clean. (Unless, they’re shredding toilet paper.) Which is why abnormal cat behavior like urinating outside the litter box always means something deeper. You’ll have to do some digging and probably some scooping 🙂 to find out what’s making your cat urinate outside the litter box.
http://blog.nhvnaturalpetproducts.com/7-reasons-your-cat-is-urinating-outside-the-litter-box/

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Hey! Another happy tale from one of our NHV Pets. This one's about Trixie.
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Dogs like Trixie can suffer from loose stools for a variety of reasons. Some causes of diarrhea in dogs can be:

Change in diet
Food intolerance or allergic reaction
IBD
Internal parasites
Stress
Infection or underlying disease like kidney, liver, or cancer

HOW DOES NHV PLANTAERIS HELP? Read on > http://blog.nhvnaturalpetproducts.com/nhv-remedies-helps-little-maltese-with-loose-stools/

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Have you seen your dog or cat eat grass when they need a healthy detox? That’s because they are biologically inclined to find help in nature’s cabinet. Turmeric is just one of the helpful herbs found in nature. This super herb helps pets live healthier lives.

Adding it to your pet’s daily diet is probably the wisest decision you can make for your pet’s wellbeing today. It may help with health disorders like heart problems, kidney and liver troubles and even cancer. http://blog.nhvnaturalpetproducts.com/why-should-you-give-your-pet-turmeric/

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A wagging tail means a dog likes you. A soft purr means a cat is happy. But who decided that every tail wag is friendly and every purr is happy? Here are some common myths that pet parents have. You’ll find answers to some perplexing questions about pet parenting here. > http://blog.nhvnaturalpetproducts.com/pet-myths-reality-and-precautions-debunking-7-common-cat-and-dog-myths-naturally/

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Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) is a fairly rare and potentially fatal autoimmune disease that mostly affects dogs. Although rare, it is believed that many cases of SLE go undiagnosed. Read this article to understand what to look for (signs and symptoms of SLE in pets) and how to best manage your pet with SLE (Lupus) > http://blog.nhvnaturalpetproducts.com/vet-talk-lupus-in-dogs-everything-you-need-to-know/

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Common symptoms that pets with lymphoma may experience include:

Weight loss
Poor or lack of appetite
Lethargy
Weakness
Enlarged lymph nodes around face, neck or backs of legs
Difficulty breathing
Unusual lumps or bumps

NHV Lymphoma Gold Support kit includes three supplements - ES Clear, Felimm and Tripsy. Together these supplements help to provide pets with more energy and improve appetite. They also work to help the pet’s body fight off the cancer, flush the body and reduce inflammation. It is a great combination to specifically target lymphomas. Just ask Juno!

http://blog.nhvnaturalpetproducts.com/were-helping-juno-with-her-lymphoma-and-heres-how/

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Hyperthyroidism is commonly diagnosed in older kitties. It causes an over production of the thyroid hormone causing a multitude of problems. How will you know if you cat has hyperthyroidism? Holistic Vet, Dr. Hillary Cook, explains > http://blog.nhvnaturalpetproducts.com/vet-talk-hyperthyroidism-in-cats/

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Hypothyroidism in dogs is becoming increasingly common. A thorough understanding of the disease and the symptoms will help with early diagnosis and treatment. Our lead vet explains > http://blog.nhvnaturalpetproducts.com/vet-talk-hypothyroidism-in-dogs/

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When our pets are healthy and young, it’s natural for us as pet parents to wonder ‘is it really necessary to give my healthy dog or cat a multivitamin?’

The answer is simply—yes.

http://blog.nhvnaturalpetproducts.com/vet-talk-why-give-a-multivitamin-to-a-healthy-pet/
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