How to choose the best Halo Natural Dry Dog Food for you?
COMPARE WHOLE chicken, never ANY rendered meat meal, like chicken meal or fish meal Super digestibility, providing more bioavailable nutrients, the Proof is in the Poop Dog food made with WHOLE chicken and chicken liver, oatmeal, pearled barley, and non-GMO vegetables and fruits Omega 3 and 6 fatty acids for healthy skin and coat, formulated to help adult dogs maintain muscles and energy level Halo supports ranchers and farmers who say yes to responsible animal husbandry and no to the use of GMO feeds, and sources wild caught seafood from sustainable fisheries.
What is the advantage of this Halo Natural Dry Dog Food?
We think your dog is going to love Halo in fact, we guarantee it. Just feed Halo for 14 days the amount of time it takes to transition to a new food and if your dog doesn t agree, we ll give you your money back. Guaranteed.
Halo uses real WHOLE meat, poultry, or fish, and NO meat meal of ANY kind in our natural dog food. Halo dog food is now made with Dream Coat Skin and Coat Care from non-GMO plant sources and Vitamin E to support healthy skin and shiny coat. We also have dog food options for special diets, including puppy food, small breed dog food, vegan dog food, senior dog food, and grain free dog food. At Halo, WHOLE Makes a Whole Lot of Difference is the philosophy that drives our holistic approach to ingredient sourcing, recipes, nutritional value, the welfare of ALL animals, and our overall mission to change the way companion animals are fed and farm animals are raised for the better
Customer reviewsSo Disappointed in New Formula
I have 3 dogs, two Maltese and a Yorkie. We have been feeding the two Maltese Halo for at least 10 years. We have loved the product until the recent formula change. The biggest issue is with my 6 year old Yorkie. She has been eating Halo since we brought her home as a puppy. Now, with the formula change she has developed an allergic reaction to the food. At first she just did not feel well and actually had problems breathing immediately after eating. We thought it was seasonal allergies at first and gave her medicine for that, but a few days later the problems escalated to belly issues and lethargy. I became suspicious of the new food, but not having another option for her, offered her a small amount the next morning to see if it caused her belly problems, but she refused to eat it again. She has never refused food. She is back to her spunky self now that it is out of her system.