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NHV Natural Pet Products are vet-formulated
to promote heath and healing in dogs and cats
Note: This is a sponsored post. Read more to learn how you can win natural supplements for your dog or cat.
NHV Natural Pet Products supports the well-being of dogs and cats.
The company’s vet-formulated herbal solutions are designed to promote health and healing, according to its web site.
Its products are made with 100 percent natural ingredients without additives or preservatives, according to NHV. They were formulated by an herbalist and a holistic veterinarian and are used and recommended by the College of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Tennessee.
Could your pet benefit from NHV Natural Pet Products?
Some of the products through NHV could benefit most pets while others are deigned to help pets with more specific ailments. Of course, it’s always best to consult with a veterinarian if your pet is not well.
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“NHV products are supplements that can be used to prevent possible health issues that certain breeds may be susceptible to or can be used to support a pet’s health and well-being when a health problem arises,” according to the company.
Below are two examples of products from NHV that most pets could benefit from. The company sent me the following to give to my 8-year-old Lab mix Ace.
$34.95 per 3.4-ounce bottle
Milk thistle can be used to protect and strengthen the pet’s liver, according to NHV.
According to the NHV, milk thistle can help by:
- Removing toxins from the dog or cat’s liver
- Improving liver function
- Supporting regeneration of the liver
It is also safe for long term use at the recommended dosage, according to NHV.
Yucca for dogs and cats
$35.95 per 1.75-ounce bottle
Yucca is a nutritious, herbal root that contains two important minerals that help with the absorption of vitamins and minerals, according to NHV. It may help dogs or cats with:
- Managing pain from inflamed muscles or joints
- Stimulating appetite
I thought this product might help Ace because he tends to get sore joints after longer walks or playing. It’s hard to tell if it’s helped, but I plan to keep adding it to his food for the next month or so.
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Other products from NHV
I asked the company about other popular products even though they may not necessarily benefit my specific animals.
While I haven’t given these particular products to my pets, they are examples of what’s available through NHV. I would also be interested in the company’s natural flea prevention products if not for allergies to the ingredients. Check out its full list of products here.
Supraglan for dogs and cats
Supraglan is an all-natural, vet-formulated supplement to help dogs and cats deal with the symptoms of adrenal gland dysfunction such as increased thirst, frequent urination, hair loss or skin problems, according to the web site. It helps, regulate water and electrolyte levels.
Tripsy for dogs and cats
$37.95 per 3.4-ounce bottle
This product is formulated to help dogs and cats with kidney disease and kidney failure, according to NHV. The herbal remedy promotes proper urinary health and can ease painful urination.
How you can win supplements for your dog or cat
NHV Natural Pet Products is giving away a free bottle of yucca and a free bottle of milk thistle to one lucky winner.
To enter: Leave a comment below telling me why your dog or cat would like to win. I will select the winner at random on Monday July 14. Must have a U.S. or Canadian mailing address to win. *Congrats to Kellie!
Plus, newsletter subscribers have a second chance to win!
Watch for the next newsletter for info on how to enter the second drawing. If you are not subscribed to That Mutt’s newsletter, you can do so below. The newsletter goes out 3 or 4 times per month and is a digest of recent posts. *Congrats to Mary!
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