Please see the attached screen capture taken today from the company website for Halo Spot’s Stew Grain Free Healthy Weight Turkey Liver and Duck dry dog food.
Like all dogs in the challenge—our new participant will be eating the Halo Healthy Weight holistic dog food. Halo’s healthy kibble has gotten a “High Paws” food review from Tracie Hotchner’s own dogs as well as our first participant Fritz, who all love and stay fit on it.
Halo Spots Stew Healthy Weight Dry Dog Food 14lb
Halo Spots Stew Healthy Weight Dry Dog Food 28lb
99 Spot's Stew® Healthy Weight, GF Adult Dog Formula With miles of soft beach, a lively downtown, local passion for water sports, and a stunning mountainous backdrop, Santa Barbara, California—the American Riviera Halo Purely for Pet Dog FoodDry Canned Treats DogSpot's Stew Heathy Weight Dog GF Turkey…]dog/dog-food/halo-purely-for-pet.Dr. Donna Spector is Halo’s veterinary advisor and she is also my co-host on our internet radio show on the Radio Pet Lady Network, where we’ve been having a good time choosing candidates for our Halo Healthy Weight Challenge. We knew that when the Healthy Weight food was combined with regular exercise and strict calorie-counting, that many dogs would be able to shed those unwanted pounds! Our innovative grain free and optimal calorie formula helps keep dogs fit. Halo Spot's Stew Healthy Weight Grain Free Turkey & Duck Adult Dog Food has wholesome ingredients that are easy to recognize, with no rendered meats, fish, or poultry, like chicken meal. Formulated with vitamins, minerals, and other trace nutrients, with a blend of turkey & duck, whole egg, bounty of farm-raised vegetables, and balanced omega 3 and 6 fatty acids, our formula is complete and balanced for adult maintenance.Our first contestant was Fritz, a lovely young rescued dog from the South. He received a three-month supply of Halo Spot’s Stew canned food along with the Healthy Weight kibble, and his people agreed to document every single thing he ate during a day, including treats and human leftovers. Then they followed a detailed feeding plan from Dr. Donna, which was a total-calorie approach (i.e., treats and table scraps count, too!) and included chunks of steamed zucchini when Fritz got “the munchies.” As proven by his weekly weigh-in at his vet’s office, Fritz dropped weight slowly but surely.