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Dr. Amanda

Dr. Amanda earned her veterinary degree in 2010, followed by a Master's in 2012 and a Ph.D. in 2016, specializing in Pathology (Pharmacology and Toxicology) from the University of Sao Paulo in Brazil. Her post-doctoral training from 2016 to 2021 focused on Immunology at the University of Saskatchewan in Canada. Additionally, she acquired specialized training in Small Animal Nutrition from Kansas State University in the USA. Outside of her professional commitments, Dr. Amanda enjoys engaging in outdoor activities. She cherishes moments spent with her two tuxedo cats and actively contributes to non-governmental organizations dedicated to the well-being of pets through volunteering efforts.

Dr. Rebeca

Dr. Rebeca is a holistic veterinarian from Brazil with a passion for natural and integrative medicine. She’s been studying integrative medicine and alternative (and healthier) diets since 2015, and now started to study the power of herbs with the NHV Family. In her spare time, you can find her spending time with her golden retriever, Ori.

Dr. Barbara

Dr. Barbara is a veterinarian from Brazil with a specialty in pet nutrition. She completed her Bachelor’s degree in Veterinary Medicine in 2006 from the University of Uberaba. In 2010, Dr. Barbara received her Master’s of Science in Pet Nutrition from the Federal University of Minas Gerais. She has over 15 years of experience in research and development in the pet food industry. When Barbara isn’t helping pet parents, you can find her spending time with her family, including her senior dog, Caze.

Clinical Trials

Why is veterinary research such an important part of NHV?

As a company, NHV invests heavily in veterinary research every year. We are currently running five different clinical trials in partnership with many universities in Canada, the US, Brazil, and New Zealand. And have published various valuable results in the past.
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Vet Talks: Dr. Amanda’s Passion For Research and Advancement in Veterinary Medicine

When we think about veterinary medicine, we often imagine a veterinarian working in a clinic, but we forget that veterinary medicine goes much further than that. Just like in human medicine, in veterinary medicine, we have specialists, such as cardiologists, neurologists, toxicologists, pathologists, etc.
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Evaluating NHV Tripsy for Management of Lower Urinary Tract Disease in Healthy Cats

Encouraging results from the evaluation of our NHV herbal compounds continue to come. NHV Tripsy was studied by The University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine under the supervision of Dr. Joe Bartges, DVM, PhD, DACVIM, DACVN, Professor of Medicine and Nutrition, Department of Small Animal Medicine and Surgery Veterinary Medical Center UGA VCM. The results of the study on cats were shared in their end-of-year research report that is read by members of the university, legislators, veterinarians, and donors.
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Study Finds NHV Natural Pet Products Supplement Beneficial In Managing Urinary Stones in Dogs and Cats

Our promise to help your pets motivates us to be the best. We are committed to our products and the difference they can make. This is why we take the steps towards researching our herbal dietary supplements and their benefits. NHV Tripsy was studied by The University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine. We are overjoyed to share the progress with our pet parents.
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NHV’s Milk Thistle Used By University of Tennessee’s Avian and Exotics Division For Birds with Liver Disorders

NHV Natural Pet Products once again had the pleasure of speaking with the University of Tennessee’s Veterinary Medical Center. This time it was the Avian and Exotics Division at the U of T that got in touch with us! Here’s what they had to say: To see other letters about NHV from the University of Tennessee
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Letter from Dr. Donna Raditic

To the NHV Family the future sparkles….. I spent this weekend teaching veterinary students about nutrition, supplements, botanicals, and how to think outside the box. By my side was the first Integrative Medicine Fellow, Dr. Danielle Conway, who lectured on pet diets and ecological sustainability. During these lectures, it confirmed my belief that students are eager to learn new ideas.
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NHV Remedies Used by the University of Tennessee

NHV received a glowing letter from The University of Tennessee College Of Veterinary Medicine. They have been using NHV remedies as part of their integrative service and have found them to be beneficial for a wide range of cases, from dermatitis to cancer. The number of vets who recommend using herbal remedies is steadily growing.
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Learning Center

GI Lymphoma in Cats

If your feline friend was diagnosed with cancerous tumors in different parts of the digestive system, you might be dealing with GI lymphoma in cats. In this brief guide, we’ll explore the causes, signs, diagnosis, treatment options, and essential care tips when dealing with gastrointestinal lymphoma in your furkiddo.
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Collapsing Trachea in Dogs

Coughing and shortness of breath are some of the uncomfortable symptoms related to collapsing trachea in dogs. If you have a pup showing these signs, we can help you better understand this condition and ways to provide the best care for your little one. Smaller dogs are more genetically prone to collapsed trachea. Still, any pet can suffer from this condition, so let’s discuss the clinical signs, diagnostic tests, treatment options, and natural supplements so you know how to support your little one
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Cat Pancreas Disorders and Support

Cat pancreas inflammation, or pancreatitis, is a common health condition in feline kiddos. Chronic pancreatitis is the most recurrent type in cats, which results in irreversible histopathologic changes. Acute feline pancreatitis, on the other hand, is generally characterized by reversible inflammation after removing the cause.
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Pannus in Dogs: Understanding this Canine Eye Condition

Pannus in dogs, also known as chronic superficial keratitis (CSK), is an eye condition that can lead to vision impairment if left untreated. This issue happens primarily in dogs and is characterized by inflammation and progressive changes in the cornea.
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Anemic Cat: Causes, Symptoms, and Support

Anemia in cats itself is not a disease but rather a symptom caused by an underlying condition. An anemic cat can be medically confirmed by a blood test when there’s a reduced number of red blood cells and/or hemoglobin.
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What Makes Our Products Special

Human-Grade Quality Products
Made With Non-GMO Vegetable Glycerin
Made In Canada
100% Natural Herbal Supplements
Proprietary Blends
Supplements Are Safe For Long Term Use.
  • Full spectrum extracts (meaning that the biochemical and phytoceutical constituents of the herbs are preserved during the extraction process to produce a supplement with strong bioavailability)
  • Formulated by a holistic veterinarian and master herbalist with a combined 50+ years of experience
  • Liquid based supplements that come with a dropper and are extremely easy to administer to pets as it can be given directly in the mouth, or mixed with food.
  • Made with organically grown or ethically harvested (or ethically sourced) herbs. Herbs are from North America and Europe mainly, with a few from India.
  • Palatable. These are supplements that animals actually like to take (especially important for cats). Some pets can be finicky, but since they are liquid it is easy to hide.
  • Can be used alongside most medications and other treatments (seperate by 30 minutes).
  • Many supplements make excellent preventative support for health conditions
  • Manufactured in a GMP certified and FDA approved facility (though not an FDA approved product, as the FDA does not regulate supplements)
  • Free of any added preservatives, additives, flavorings, or artificial color.
  • Supplements are safe for long term use.

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