Sep. 25, 2016

Halo Dog Food Reviews

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Top 5 Ingredients*
  1. Chicken

  2. Eggs

  3. Pea protein

  4. Oats

  5. Vegetable broth

Artificial Ingredients No
Contains By-products No
Price Range $$$
*Halo Wholesome Chicken Adult Dry Dog Food was selected as the recipe for this ingredient list
What's good about this pet food
  • excellent animal proteins
  • fruits
  • vegetables
  • whole eggs
What's not so good about this pet food
  • nothing

Our Analysis

For the truly natural dog, there really is no better choice than Halo Dog Food. For this reason, we have given Halo products our top rating. They offer a range of products that address your dogs specific needs during whatever stage of life he is in. Halos puppy products are perfect for your growing pet while their adult and small dog lines are perfectly designed with those dogs in mind.

All of the Halo Dog Food uses only real meat products. Their chickens, turkeys, lambs, and fish are completely real and are not adulterated with chicken meal or animal by-products. Farm fresh fruits, veggies and grains are added to all of the Halo recipes for the perfect finishing touch. Best of all, owners never have to worry about the effects of artificial coloring, flavoring or preservatives because Halo Dog Food does not have any of those things. For the owner who is committed to using pure foods, Halo is the answer.

The Word on the Street...

Dogs love good just like humans do and Halo has something for your dog. Halo highlights some great canned food that hits the spot for taste as well as the AFFCO nutrient profiles for all stages of their life. The Spots Stew line includes a Wholesome Beef recipe, a Succulent Salmon recipe, a Wholesome Lamb recipe as well as a Wholesome Chicken. Well, word on the street is that the pets enjoyed the old formula more.

Halo dry food gets good reviews. No gluten, corn or wheat. It is a first choice for many pet owners. And, some owners have stated that the Halo dog food cured gastrointestinal problems their pets had. The consensus is that the quality of the ingredients is what makes the food an excellent product.

Making the switch to the Halo 4Health Dry Dog Food was a breeze for one pet owner. The dogs switched themselves when given another brand and Halo together. Halo Dog Food won hands down.

  • Darla

    Some of the bad reviews on Halo,I’ve seen the same reviews on other dog foods on this Site,You know people get paid To give bad reviews From dog food companies.If you worried about the Dog food get it tested.It’s expensive but it’s worth it. This dog food is everything It says it is. My babies are happy and healthy, The only beef I have,The stores only carry a small quantity, And it cost a fortune to order it through Halo, I buy the toy breed,For my 3 pound Chihuahua, And it’s even harder to fine,She loves hard food,And the Kibble is very small, She can eat it without me grinding it in a coffee grinder, Introduce it to them slowly though if they haven’t eaten it before.

    • Joy

      You can buy on Amazon.

  • Allison Jones

    I first bought Halo for my pets when my Chihuhua kept having seizures and we couldn’t relate it to anything. His seizures stopped once on Halo and he never had another. Him and my other 3 dogs and 3 cats had a newly remarkable shine and softness to their coats never seen on the other premium brands we tried. It is quite pricey food but I feel it takes the place of vet bills and have been very happily buying it for my fur babies for 4 years now.

  • HaloLetDown

    I bought our second bag of Halo dog food to find that it was missing ALL of the fruits and veggies. I contacted the company and got a half hearted apology stating that they add those ingredients by hand so the amount varies. I would have appreciated an offer for a coupon at the very least. Won’t be buying again…

    • Mandy

      HaloLetDown : The same thing happened to us. We purchased the 28 lb. bag, and it was missing the added fruits and veggies. I contacted Halo and received the same explanation. I communicated that the picture on the back of the bag was very misleading. Halo needs to address this problem and give consumers what the package is advertising (or change the picture to be more accurate). I’m thinking it’s a good food, but the deceptive advertising makes me question this product.

      I’d like to add that we are very satisfied with the Halo canned dog foods.

    • Mandy

      HaloLetDown : The same thing happened to us. We purchased the 28 lb. bag, and it was missing the added fruits and veggies. I contacted Halo and received the same explanation. I communicated that the picture on the back of the bag was very misleading. Halo needs to address this problem and give consumers what the package is advertising (or change the picture to be more accurate).

      I’d like to add that we are pleased with the canned Halo foods.

  • Cindy

    Today, we could not find any size bag of Halo Dog Food. I have it on Auto Del each month, but my dog ate more than usual. We used to go to Pets Supply Plus and Chow Hound. None of them carry it anymore. We were informed that they were having problems getting it into the stores. So it is no longer on the shelves. Order Only. Petco finally had it at 8:50pm. This turned in to a nightmare trying to get a bag of Halo.

  • g.sumrok

    Where can I buy it in the McKenzie, Tn. area? I would like to try it for my dog.

    38201 area code

  • Carol

    I rescued a mini-poodle dog when she was 1 yr. old and have fed her HALO dry and wet food ever since. She likes it! I know this breed is prone to skin irritations, but so far she is in perfect health and has never had itchy or allergic skin. A neighbor had the same breed of dog that suffered terribly with skin allergies. I suggested they feed him HALO, but they never did. That dog was always at the vets and continued to suffer no matter what. I had other dogs in the past who were not as lucky to eat HALO because I did not know about it. One died an early death from cancer. He had been eating one of those other brands of dog food that contained “meals” and who knows what! I first heard about HALO from Ellen on TV and I immediately purchased it because what she said made sense. My poodle is now 4 yrs. old and she is my HALO experiment to see how long she lives and how healthy she will be in the long run. My only concern is that it is sometimes difficult to find. Not all pet stores stock it and many pet owners have never heard of it. The proof is in the results of what our pets eat and HALO seems excellent for preserving and improving the health of pets. I also love that HALO and Ellen do so much to help shelter dogs and cats. That to me shows their sincerity in really caring about animal health and welfare and that they are completely transparent about the quality of HALO products.

  • Barbara Horstmann

    I am not concerned, but pleased about the protein coming from plant sources. I feed my Eskimo a mix of Halo chicken and home made vegan food and he’s doing great- as long as I remember to supplement with doggy vit. and minerals! I have a new puppy and, until she’s older, I plan to feed her Halo’s puppy food, with the addition of the vit. and minerals. I noticed such an improvement in my Eskimo’s coat with either the supplementation or the vegan food, I want to continue this with my baby. But in feeding them this food I feel secure that I’m doing the best I can for my pups. I had a Golden Retriever that had all sorts of allergic issues and the vet told me AFTER 6 years of suffering and losing some hearing, “I think it’s related to his diet.”!!! I wish Halo’s were around then. It took me a long time before I’d give my (then) new dog any chicken, as the Golden was allergic to it.

  • Pia

    My boxer always had GI issues and after I fed him Halo his stools were more solidified. He also really loves the taste. I think I will continue to feed Halo to him and see where it takes us.

  • dianna

    i am wondering the safety of sodium selenite in the pet food as it causes blindness,cancer,kidney failure, red blood cells to go off so many pets with IMHA no wonder with things such as this in their pet foods the natural form should be used not this awful dangerous thing in our pets food.

  • Ivan

    I would never leave my dogs outside unnedeattd. However, if you must, you need to have someone check on the dog frequently to make sure they are still in there, have not knocked over their water, have not attracted rodents with the kibble being outside, etc. I personally would never go over 8-9 hours.p.s. I am assuming this is a breed that can even be outside and enjoy it and assuming the weather is appropriate for the breed of dog that is being left outside. If the dog is an akita, then I would not call animal control as quickly as if I saw a min pin outside for more than a few min. unnedeattd.

  • lynn

    i am just wondering about who is thriving paws the holding company of halo?does anyone know?i have used halo many,many years. i just read this i never knew this and wonder how i ever didn’t run in to this before as i read up any and all foods i use and my pet kids. just wondering.

    • Theann

      Halo pet food is manufactured in a proprietary location. Their foods are produced in a USDA-certified facility. All their products are made in the USA using only ingredients from the USA.
      You can contact the company directly if you would like to learn more:
      Halo, Purely for Pets
      12400 Race Track Road
      Tampa, FL 33626
      800-426-4256 (Phone)
      813-854-2900 (Fax)
      customers@halopets.com
      http://shop.halopets.com/contact.html

      • Peggie

        you state that they use only ingredients from the USA. Halo states ” most of the ingredients are from the U.S.” I would like to know what ingredient(s) is not from the US!

        • Dawn

          The peas are from Canada. Also, they make vitamins and supplements as well and I believe some of those ingredients are sourced outside of the US. But the food is all US with peas from Canada.

          • Bernie

            What vitamins and supplements are made outside the US and where exactly do they come from? I lost a magnificent collie and friend to tainted foods from China. Never again if I can help it.

  • dianna

    i have used halo since sometime in the 1980’s when it was just the cann food. i haven’t had any problems with halo but good health for my dogs and cats too. i use all the grooming products they are great… and the dip is the best when one of mine dogs picked up fleas at the vet. i am wondering w/ all the bad weather we have i want to start a food storage for my pets but not sure about the shelf life of the dry food and canned as i use both.but when we had a earthquake never ever in my area … really got me to thinking about my pets and i do not want to feed them anything eles but halo.as i have had two dogs to live into their 20’s on this food.now i am thinking about food storage….anything could happen and pets would starve if we could not go out to buy food or order as i do from halo. i also use and store spring water but not started on the food yet,,,need a reply as hpw safe it would be
    thisis very important to me for my pets any advice …. thank you

    • pat

      I don’t have any real advice to give you, except just store it in large plastic air tight containers.

      This is the food that my poochs love as well, so I would want to have some stored in case an emergency ever arose.

  • Amelia

    I have been feeding my 3 resuce dogs a mix of Halo canned and dry food for 1.5 years now. Previously, I fed them Science Diet, but two of my dogs had terrible allergies, so I tried Halo. The dogs love the taste, and the allergies have vanished. While it is expensive, I imagine in the long run I will save money on vet bills b/c the dog’s nutritional health will prevent health problems in later years.

    All 3 of my dogs were very malnourished when I first became their pet guardian. I have a cocker spaniel, shih-tzu, schnauzer. My vet says they are all in great health these days.

    Thanks, Halo!

    PS I would recommend Halo to anyone. I found it at my local health food store. If you can’t find Halo in your community, I am sure your town’s health food store would be able to order it for you.

  • dianna

    i would very much like to know just how safe is it to buy pet food in cans that have bpa in the lining of the can’s?it seems i can not get a answer on this. but doesn’t it seem no matter how good the food that goes into the cans with bpa.. would that not make the food very unsafe?so doesn’t it seem to be just going back to the fact long term use would cause health problems in pets?is there not cans of pet food in bpa free cans or are there cans that are bpa free? that is my question… thank you

  • dianna

    i order from the halo company…. this time i ordered the lamb dry food as i was going to work did not have time to ask questions about the lamb. i cook home made food with lamb… but did not ask where the lamb was raised or other ingredients. hope they have the veggies like the chickenbut know it will be healthy for the 4 legged kids as i think it might be good for flavor change… but the salmon seems to be too rich for my schanuzer the chicken has worked good for little leisel. i just don’t know which is best for schanuzer lamb or chicken?any comments?

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More Information

Halo Dog Food is co-owned by Ellen Degeneres who believes that pets should be fed a holistic and healthy diet. Halo gets our highest rating for the high quality ingredients that their food is manufactured with - such as using real chicken - not chicken meal. The dry and canned foods are manufactured in the U.S. and most of the ingredients are from the U.S. as well. Halo dog food does not use fillers, and the foods contain a healthy amount of proteins, fats and carbohydrates for dogs.

Many of the Halo dog foods also include fruits and vegetables which are beneficial to a dogs health and not included in many mainstream foods. In our opinion, this is an excellent choice of food for your dog.

Most customer reviews about Halo dog food formulas are positive. In fact, Halo dog food is often one of the first-choice formulas chosen by many dog owners. Some people report that their dog’s gastrointestinal problems (such as vomiting and diarrhea) vanished after being switched to Halo dog food. Many dog owners also cite the quality of the ingredients as a positive factor. The two complaints that dog owners had about Halo are the expense and the fact that a lot of the protein comes from pea fiber and not from meat.

Who manufactures Halo?

The company who makes Halo dog food is called Halo Pets. Halo Pets is co-owned by Ellen DeGeneres, who is the main spokesperson for many of Halo’s pet food products. She has filmed many advertisements for Halo Pet food, and has also featured the food on her daytime TV show.

Halo Dog Food Recall

As of right now, Halo dog food has not been involved in any pet food recalls. Halo dog food is not currently listed on the FDA’s pet food recall list. When checking to see if a formula is right for your dog, be sure to check to make sure that it has not been involved in any recent recalls.

Halo Ingredients

None of Halo’s dog food formulas contain any wheat gluten, wheat or corn. Also, Halo dog food formulas do not contain rendered meals (such as chicken meal or fish meal). This is unique, since most other dog food formulas (even ultra-premium formulas) contain at least one type of meat meal. Common ingredients include meat (as the first ingredient), oats, barley and pea flour, as well as various fruits and vegetables.

Halo Allergies

There aren’t any notable ingredients contained in Halo’s dog food formulas that common cause allergic reactions in dogs. However, if your dog has a protein-specific allergy (such as an allergy to chicken), be sure to read the complete list of ingredients before feeding any formula to your dog.

Halo Recipes

Halo Dry Recipes:

  • Halo Spot’s Stew Adult Dog Wholesome Chicken
  • Halo Spot’s Stew Adult Dog Wholesome Lamb
  • Halo Spot’s Stew Adult Dog Wild Salmon
  • Halo Spot’s Stew Puppy Wholesome Chicken
  • Halo Spot’s Stew Puppy Wild Salmon

Halo Canned Recipes:

  • Halo Spot’s Stew Wholesome Chicken Recipe Canned
  • Halo Spot’s Stew Succulent Salmon Recipe Canned
  • Halo Spot’s Stew for Dogs Wholesome Beef Recipe Canned
  • Halo Spot’s Stew Wholesome Lamb Recipe Canned

Halo Ratings

Most customer reviews about Halo dog food formulas are positive. In fact, Halo dog food is often cited by many dog owners as being one of their first-choice formulas. Some dog owners report that their dog’s gastrointestinal problems (such as vomiting and diarrhea) vanished after being switched to Halo dog food. Many dog owners also cite the quality of the ingredients as a positive factor. The one complaint that many dog owners shared was that Halo dog food can be expensive.

Have you fed your dog any of the Halo dog food dry or canned formulas? Do you have feedback that could help other pet owners? Please share your review of Halo dog food!

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Halo Dog Food Ingredient List

*for Halo Wholesome Chicken Adult Dry Dog Food

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25 Responses to Halo

  1. Darla April 6, 2015 at 2:05 pm #

    Some of the bad reviews on Halo,I’ve seen the same reviews on other dog foods on this Site,You know people get paid To give bad reviews From dog food companies.If you worried about the Dog food get it tested.It’s expensive but it’s worth it. This dog food is everything It says it is. My babies are happy and healthy, The only beef I have,The stores only carry a small quantity, And it cost a fortune to order it through Halo, I buy the toy breed,For my 3 pound Chihuahua, And it’s even harder to fine,She loves hard food,And the Kibble is very small, She can eat it without me grinding it in a coffee grinder, Introduce it to them slowly though if they haven’t eaten it before.

    • Joy April 19, 2015 at 5:14 am #

      You can buy on Amazon.

  2. Allison Jones January 12, 2015 at 9:23 pm #

    I first bought Halo for my pets when my Chihuhua kept having seizures and we couldn’t relate it to anything. His seizures stopped once on Halo and he never had another. Him and my other 3 dogs and 3 cats had a newly remarkable shine and softness to their coats never seen on the other premium brands we tried. It is quite pricey food but I feel it takes the place of vet bills and have been very happily buying it for my fur babies for 4 years now.

  3. HaloLetDown July 17, 2014 at 4:40 pm #

    I bought our second bag of Halo dog food to find that it was missing ALL of the fruits and veggies. I contacted the company and got a half hearted apology stating that they add those ingredients by hand so the amount varies. I would have appreciated an offer for a coupon at the very least. Won’t be buying again…

    • Mandy July 25, 2014 at 2:08 pm #

      HaloLetDown : The same thing happened to us. We purchased the 28 lb. bag, and it was missing the added fruits and veggies. I contacted Halo and received the same explanation. I communicated that the picture on the back of the bag was very misleading. Halo needs to address this problem and give consumers what the package is advertising (or change the picture to be more accurate). I’m thinking it’s a good food, but the deceptive advertising makes me question this product.

      I’d like to add that we are very satisfied with the Halo canned dog foods.

    • Mandy July 25, 2014 at 3:03 pm #

      HaloLetDown : The same thing happened to us. We purchased the 28 lb. bag, and it was missing the added fruits and veggies. I contacted Halo and received the same explanation. I communicated that the picture on the back of the bag was very misleading. Halo needs to address this problem and give consumers what the package is advertising (or change the picture to be more accurate).

      I’d like to add that we are pleased with the canned Halo foods.

  4. Cindy April 4, 2014 at 11:36 pm #

    Today, we could not find any size bag of Halo Dog Food. I have it on Auto Del each month, but my dog ate more than usual. We used to go to Pets Supply Plus and Chow Hound. None of them carry it anymore. We were informed that they were having problems getting it into the stores. So it is no longer on the shelves. Order Only. Petco finally had it at 8:50pm. This turned in to a nightmare trying to get a bag of Halo.

  5. g.sumrok January 10, 2014 at 2:39 pm #

    Where can I buy it in the McKenzie, Tn. area? I would like to try it for my dog.

    38201 area code

  6. Carol October 25, 2013 at 5:47 am #

    I rescued a mini-poodle dog when she was 1 yr. old and have fed her HALO dry and wet food ever since. She likes it! I know this breed is prone to skin irritations, but so far she is in perfect health and has never had itchy or allergic skin. A neighbor had the same breed of dog that suffered terribly with skin allergies. I suggested they feed him HALO, but they never did. That dog was always at the vets and continued to suffer no matter what. I had other dogs in the past who were not as lucky to eat HALO because I did not know about it. One died an early death from cancer. He had been eating one of those other brands of dog food that contained “meals” and who knows what! I first heard about HALO from Ellen on TV and I immediately purchased it because what she said made sense. My poodle is now 4 yrs. old and she is my HALO experiment to see how long she lives and how healthy she will be in the long run. My only concern is that it is sometimes difficult to find. Not all pet stores stock it and many pet owners have never heard of it. The proof is in the results of what our pets eat and HALO seems excellent for preserving and improving the health of pets. I also love that HALO and Ellen do so much to help shelter dogs and cats. That to me shows their sincerity in really caring about animal health and welfare and that they are completely transparent about the quality of HALO products.

  7. Barbara Horstmann October 1, 2013 at 1:09 pm #

    I am not concerned, but pleased about the protein coming from plant sources. I feed my Eskimo a mix of Halo chicken and home made vegan food and he’s doing great- as long as I remember to supplement with doggy vit. and minerals! I have a new puppy and, until she’s older, I plan to feed her Halo’s puppy food, with the addition of the vit. and minerals. I noticed such an improvement in my Eskimo’s coat with either the supplementation or the vegan food, I want to continue this with my baby. But in feeding them this food I feel secure that I’m doing the best I can for my pups. I had a Golden Retriever that had all sorts of allergic issues and the vet told me AFTER 6 years of suffering and losing some hearing, “I think it’s related to his diet.”!!! I wish Halo’s were around then. It took me a long time before I’d give my (then) new dog any chicken, as the Golden was allergic to it.

  8. Pia April 9, 2013 at 1:24 pm #

    My boxer always had GI issues and after I fed him Halo his stools were more solidified. He also really loves the taste. I think I will continue to feed Halo to him and see where it takes us.

  9. dianna November 5, 2012 at 11:56 am #

    i am wondering the safety of sodium selenite in the pet food as it causes blindness,cancer,kidney failure, red blood cells to go off so many pets with IMHA no wonder with things such as this in their pet foods the natural form should be used not this awful dangerous thing in our pets food.

  10. Ivan August 15, 2012 at 3:25 am #

    I would never leave my dogs outside unnedeattd. However, if you must, you need to have someone check on the dog frequently to make sure they are still in there, have not knocked over their water, have not attracted rodents with the kibble being outside, etc. I personally would never go over 8-9 hours.p.s. I am assuming this is a breed that can even be outside and enjoy it and assuming the weather is appropriate for the breed of dog that is being left outside. If the dog is an akita, then I would not call animal control as quickly as if I saw a min pin outside for more than a few min. unnedeattd.

  11. lynn January 13, 2012 at 11:16 am #

    i am just wondering about who is thriving paws the holding company of halo?does anyone know?i have used halo many,many years. i just read this i never knew this and wonder how i ever didn’t run in to this before as i read up any and all foods i use and my pet kids. just wondering.

    • Theann February 13, 2012 at 1:55 pm #

      Halo pet food is manufactured in a proprietary location. Their foods are produced in a USDA-certified facility. All their products are made in the USA using only ingredients from the USA.
      You can contact the company directly if you would like to learn more:
      Halo, Purely for Pets
      12400 Race Track Road
      Tampa, FL 33626
      800-426-4256 (Phone)
      813-854-2900 (Fax)
      customers@halopets.com
      http://shop.halopets.com/contact.html

      • Peggie May 3, 2012 at 9:42 am #

        you state that they use only ingredients from the USA. Halo states ” most of the ingredients are from the U.S.” I would like to know what ingredient(s) is not from the US!

        • Dawn May 16, 2012 at 2:40 pm #

          The peas are from Canada. Also, they make vitamins and supplements as well and I believe some of those ingredients are sourced outside of the US. But the food is all US with peas from Canada.

          • Bernie March 22, 2014 at 3:03 am #

            What vitamins and supplements are made outside the US and where exactly do they come from? I lost a magnificent collie and friend to tainted foods from China. Never again if I can help it.

  12. dianna September 10, 2011 at 9:32 pm #

    i have used halo since sometime in the 1980’s when it was just the cann food. i haven’t had any problems with halo but good health for my dogs and cats too. i use all the grooming products they are great… and the dip is the best when one of mine dogs picked up fleas at the vet. i am wondering w/ all the bad weather we have i want to start a food storage for my pets but not sure about the shelf life of the dry food and canned as i use both.but when we had a earthquake never ever in my area … really got me to thinking about my pets and i do not want to feed them anything eles but halo.as i have had two dogs to live into their 20’s on this food.now i am thinking about food storage….anything could happen and pets would starve if we could not go out to buy food or order as i do from halo. i also use and store spring water but not started on the food yet,,,need a reply as hpw safe it would be
    thisis very important to me for my pets any advice …. thank you

    • pat November 16, 2011 at 2:38 pm #

      I don’t have any real advice to give you, except just store it in large plastic air tight containers.

      This is the food that my poochs love as well, so I would want to have some stored in case an emergency ever arose.

  13. Amelia August 7, 2011 at 1:42 pm #

    I have been feeding my 3 resuce dogs a mix of Halo canned and dry food for 1.5 years now. Previously, I fed them Science Diet, but two of my dogs had terrible allergies, so I tried Halo. The dogs love the taste, and the allergies have vanished. While it is expensive, I imagine in the long run I will save money on vet bills b/c the dog’s nutritional health will prevent health problems in later years.

    All 3 of my dogs were very malnourished when I first became their pet guardian. I have a cocker spaniel, shih-tzu, schnauzer. My vet says they are all in great health these days.

    Thanks, Halo!

    PS I would recommend Halo to anyone. I found it at my local health food store. If you can’t find Halo in your community, I am sure your town’s health food store would be able to order it for you.

  14. dianna April 16, 2011 at 4:53 pm #

    i would very much like to know just how safe is it to buy pet food in cans that have bpa in the lining of the can’s?it seems i can not get a answer on this. but doesn’t it seem no matter how good the food that goes into the cans with bpa.. would that not make the food very unsafe?so doesn’t it seem to be just going back to the fact long term use would cause health problems in pets?is there not cans of pet food in bpa free cans or are there cans that are bpa free? that is my question… thank you

  15. dianna January 25, 2011 at 12:12 am #

    i order from the halo company…. this time i ordered the lamb dry food as i was going to work did not have time to ask questions about the lamb. i cook home made food with lamb… but did not ask where the lamb was raised or other ingredients. hope they have the veggies like the chickenbut know it will be healthy for the 4 legged kids as i think it might be good for flavor change… but the salmon seems to be too rich for my schanuzer the chicken has worked good for little leisel. i just don’t know which is best for schanuzer lamb or chicken?any comments?

  16. Ruby January 17, 2015 at 2:04 pm #

    Our dog had same problem last week. She vomited blood twice and had diarrhea a few days. I switched to rice and chicken mix made by me and now she regained peace and health. So sorry about your loss…

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