Seeing your little one battling cardiovascular and heart disease in dogs and cats is distressing and worrying. We understand that it is impossible just to stand and watch them suffer. That’s why our Pet Experts have bundled two natural supplements that work together and can be used alongside traditional medication as extra support for your little one.
Our Cardiovascular Super Support Health Kit can help support the cardiovascular system, alleviate heart disease symptoms, and reduce any discomfort heart conditions may cause. This bundle contains our primary support for heart health in furkiddos - Hearty Heart and Turmeric, which offers excellent antioxidant and cardiovascular support.
All our supplements are free of added preservatives, additives, flavorings, or artificial colors. They are veterinarian formulated, and have been used by pets worldwide for over twenty years.
What is Cardiovascular (Heart) Disease in Dogs and Cats?
Cardiovascular (cardiac) disease is an umbrella term for conditions in your furkid’s circulatory system (blood vessels and especially the heart). Because of this, they are also commonly known as heart diseases.
Over 10% of furkiddos have some kind of cardiovascular disease. Unfortunately, the diseases progress over time if not treated in the early stages. This may eventually lead to heart failure and may even be fatal. That’s why seeking help from veterinary cardiologists is important. You should also visit a vet as soon as you notice clinical signs of heart disease in your beloved furkid.
Symptoms of Cardiovascular (Heart) Disease in Dogs and Cats
There are many types of cardiovascular disease in dogs and cats, and they all show different, particular symptoms. The symptoms may also vary in various breeds and species.
But here are some general signs you should watch out for:
- Difficulty breathing
- Coughing persistently
- Abnormal weight changes
- Fatigue and restlessness
- Swollen abdomen
- Loss of appetite
- Collapsing or fainting
Discovering, diagnosing, and treating heart disease sooner can help minimize the damage it causes to your cat or dog’s heart. So, we would like to reiterate the importance of vet consultation and full body examination upon seeing these symptoms.
Common Cardiovascular (Heart) Disease in Dogs and Cats
Let’s learn some common types of heart disease or cardiovascular disease in dogs and cats:
- Valvular disease - when heart valves don’t open or close normally, causing an enlarged heart
- Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM) - when the heart muscle thickens
- Dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM) - when the muscle in the heart weakens
- Arrhythmias - when the heart beats irregularly
- Congenital heart disease - when furkiddos’ heart anomalies are present at birth
- Heartworm disease - when a parasite infests your little one and attacks their arteries, lungs, and heart
- Pericardial disease - when too much fluid builds up and hinders the proper pumping of blood
Sadly, most heart disease in cats and dogs are incurable. But with treatment and natural support, you can help your little one live a longer and happier life!
How NHV Remedies Support Cardiovascular Disease in Dogs and Cats
Our Cardiovascular Super Support Health Kit can support your little one while taking vet-prescribed medication.
Hearty-Heart, as the name suggests, is our primary support for cardiovascular or heart disease in cats and dogs. The extract supports furkiddos’ cardiovascular system, promotes heart health, and helps with symptoms of cardiovascular disease. The herbs in this formula are well known to help with various heart related symptoms. For example, the herb Pulsatilla helps relieve the constant coughing, restlessness, and respiratory issues that furkids with cardiac disease may experience.
Various other herbs in the supplement, like motherwort, help strengthen your little one’s heart and circulatory system. Hawthorn, in particular, is a well-known heart and vascular tonic. It is often recommended for furriends with heart disease. This herb also may strengthen cardiovascular structures and functions. All the herbs work synergistically to create a balanced formula that is safe to use long-term to support the cardiovascular system.
Another supplement added to the kit is Turmeric. Turmeric is also beneficial for cardiovascular health. The main compound in Turmeric is called curcumin. In addition to supporting the cardiovascular system, curcumin is high in antioxidant properties and may be helpful in scavenging free radicals as well as helping to reduce inflammation.
And what does inflammation have to do with cardiac health?
Inflammation is one of the risk factors for cardiovascular disorders because it may cause blood clots. Therefore, if we reduce inflammation in our furriends, it may protect them from having cardiovascular disease too. That’s why Turmeric can serve as a proactive support for heart disease in dogs and cats.
- Naturally aids general circulation issues and pulmonary function
- Promotes general heart health
- May help with symptoms of heart disease in dogs and cats
- May support and balance blood flow to the heart
- May be beneficial to the heart and circulatory function of your little one
- May reduce the discomfort that cardiovascular disease in dogs and cats can cause
- Has anti-inflammatory and nutritive properties
Natural Support for Cardiovascular (Heart) Disease in Dogs and Cats
NHV’s supplements are all manufactured in a GMP-certified and FDA-approved facility. In addition to that, a third-party lab has tested them for quality assurance. Therefore, you can rest assured that our products are safe for your little one.
We understand that your furbaby’s health and well-being are your top priorities. It is ours too. Because of that, we have a very dedicated and supportive team of pet experts to help. Feel free to connect with one of NHV’s pet experts if you have any questions at all!
Grappling with cardiovascular disorders can be very tough on your furkiddo. Order our Cardiovascular Super Support Health Kit right now to support their fight!
- item number
- 1.40 LBS
- 2 x 3.4 fl. oz (100ml)
- life stages
- adult, senior, puppy/kitten
- made in
All NHV supplements are made with the finest quality organic or ethically harvested herbs. We use non-GMO vegetable glycerin as our base. NHV products are full-spectrum extracts.
- Hawthorn – A well-known heart and vascular tonic that helps regulate heart rate, coronary flow, and blood pressure.
- Balsam Poplar – May support blood flow and circulation.
- Hops – May help increase heart action and capillary circulation.
- Valerian – An anti-inflammatory herb that may help with heart palpitations and blood pressure.
- Woody Betony – Helps with blood pressure.
- Lobelia – May help relax and expand the respiratory system.
- European Mistletoe – May help with regulating blood pressure and lowering the heart rate.
- Motherwort – May strengthen heart health in cats and dogs.
- Pulsatilla – May ease coughing, asthma, and hyperactivity.
- Turmeric - A super herb that has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.
- Black pepper - The “King of Spices” rich in vitamins, amino acids, and traces of minerals like iron and calcium.
Pet's Weight Dosage
To be taken twice daily. All NHV supplements are designed to be used together, and can, therefore, be given at once for convenience.
Select your pet's weight to determine the correct dose.
To be taken twice daily
This is the minimum dosage
Product is provided with 1ml dropper. The graphic above is for dosage calculation purposes only
To be taken twice daily. Determine your pet’s weight and then use the easy chart below to determine the correct dose. This is the minimum dosage.
Pet's Weight Dosage For Dogs and Cats
0 - 15 lb = 0.5 ml
16 - 30 lb = 1.0 ml
31 - 45 lb = 1.5 ml
46 - 60 lb = 2.0 ml
61 - 75 lb = 2.5 ml
Over 75 lb = 3.0 ml
For ferrets: 0.5ml twice a day
For rabbits and guinea pigs: 0.5 ml twice a day
For hamsters and mice: 1 drop per two pounds twice a day
How to Administer
Shake well before use. The easiest method is to use the dropper provided and place the drops into your pet’s food or favorite treat. You can also use the dropper and squirt directly into the pet’s mouth. Some pets can be finicky, if this occurs consider hiding the drops in foods most pet’s love such as fish, chicken or yogurt or a favorite treat. If your pet only eats dry food then soak a few kibbles at feeding time.
For Best Results
Herbal dietary supplements are beneficial to the health and well-being of your pet and are safe for long-term use. Every pet responds to natural herbal supplements differently, therefore it is important to be consistent and administer the product daily. Supplements generally take two to four weeks to take effect, however this will vary from one animal to the next.
All NHV Natural Pet Products are pure herbal extracts and contain no artificial additives, preservatives or coloring. Shelf life after opening is 6 months and must be refrigerated after opening.
All information provided by NHV Natural Pet Products is for educational purposes only.
What are the early signs and symptoms of heart disease in dogs?
The early symptoms include fatigue, fainting, constant coughing, loss of appetite, sudden weight changes, bulging stomach, and difficulty in breathing.
What is the most common cardiac disease in dogs?
This cardiovascular disorder happens when your furkid’s heart valves (parts of the heart that control blood flow) progressively deteriorate. It is most commonly seen in senior, small breed pups, such as Cavalier King Charles spaniel.
If left untreated, it may eventually lead to heart failure and death. So, please visit a vet for a full body examination as soon as you notice something wrong with your little one. A distinctive sign of this disease is the whooshing sound in their hearts.
How long can cats live with heart disease?
If the heart disease is detected and diagnosed early, there is a chance for their life expectancy to be extended. However, if left untreated, the condition might escalate to heart failure. Cats with heart failure generally live for six to twelve months.
What causes cardiovascular disease in dogs?
Age, breed, and body condition can all cause cardiovascular disease in dogs. It is not due to one single factor but a combination of different causes. In some cases, it can even be congenital.