Posts Categorized: Halo

Whole Food Supplements

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What are pet supplements? Pet supplements are food or food nutrients which are taken orally in order to provide a health benefit, either for prevention or treatment of disease. My pet’s food is supplemented with vitamins and minerals. Is there benefit from additional supplementation? During the normal processing of pet foods, many natural vital nutrients […]

Halo Helps With Dental Health

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Dental disease is one of the most common conditions affecting both dogs and cats. Many pet owners question when or if their pet should be fed a special dental diet. While approved dental diets can help with plaque, it is the added chemicals in these foods which are binding to and facilitating the breakdown of […]

Common Feeding Pitfalls Resulting in Fat Cats

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The wrong kind of treats. Treats may be our biggest enemy in the fat cat battle as they pack a surprising calorie punch. The average adult housecat requires only about 180 to 200 calories each day so a one inch cube of cheddar cheese (about 70 calories) can wreak havoc on your cat’s weight. When […]

Put the brakes on “gas” in your pet!

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Halo may be an excellent choice if your pet has digestive health issues. Whether it is gas, soft stool, diarrhea, or even bloating, Halo’s natural cat food and natural dog food might be the answer you have been looking for to help improve your pet’s stool quality and get them on the path to their […]

Keep it clean for safety!

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With the increasingly frequent reports of Salmonella in pet food and other bacteria all over the news, pet owners should take a few precautions to keep all members of their family safe: Wash your pet’s bowls EVERY DAY! Large amounts of bacteria lurk in food and water bowls. The bacteria from your pet’s mouth (and […]

How are Toy & Small Breed dogs different?

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Size matters when it comes to selecting the right food for your dog! Nutrition is not “one size fits all”—while a 4 pound Chihuahua and a 140 pound Great Dane have many loveable canine similarities—they do have important differences when it comes to nutrition. Different nutritional needs Energy requirements. Small breed dogs have much higher […]

Holiday Food Alert

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Many holiday foods can be dangerous for your dog. There is no need to forego your favorite holiday goodies, just be careful what your dog is given….or tries to steal! Be particularly attentive to the following food hazards: Avoid chocolate. Especially dark or baking chocolate, but all chocolate should be avoided. There are toxins present […]

Avoid holiday CATastrophes!

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Cats are notorious for jumping on the holiday tree, batting ornaments around as if they were mice, and seeking out the warmth from candle light and burning potpourri.  Although beautiful, the hazards of the holiday season are numerous.  Following are a few tips on preventing holiday mishaps with your adventuresome feline. Poisonous plants.  Holly, mistletoe, […]

Canine Obesity – Fun Facts

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Did you know…..approximately 50% of U.S. dogs are overweight or obese. Do you have a pudgy pooch? If you break a sweat when picking your dog up or you notice he cleans the floors with his stomach—there is a problem! All joking aside, health risks of obesity are real. It contributes to many medical conditions […]

Feline Obesity – Fun Facts

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Did you know…..approximately 50% of U.S. cats are overweight or obese. Do you have a flabby feline? If you notice she cleans the floors with her stomach—there is a problem! All joking aside, health risks of obesity are real. It contributes to many medical conditions such as diabetes, arthritis, heart and lung disease, high blood […]