For blog readers, newsletter subscribers, Twitter followers and Facebook fans only, we’re happy to offer this month’s store coupons for Halo products!

Remember, these coupons are only valid at stores where Halo is sold.

For Halo store locations, enter your zip/postal code here. Products sell out fast, so please call ahead to make sure your nearest retailer has what you need (if not, they can usually order it for you quickly).

Featured Coupons
$2 off any two cans of Halo
$2 off any can of Vigor
$6 off any 28lb bag of Halo for Dogs
$6 off any 2 bags of Halo for Cats
$7 off any case of Halo 13.2 oz Cans for Dogs
$7.50 off any bag of Vigor
$5 off any Halo Supplement or Grooming Products
$4 off any case of 12 cans of Halo

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HenryeditedHalo Facebook Fan, Jeffrey Hertrich from Pittsburgh, PA, shared with us the story about his mini Schnauzer, Henry, and how he is doing on Halo natural dog food. He says:

“I strongly recommend your brand. About 2-3 months ago I transitioned my 8 1/2 year old mini schnauzer Henry to: HALO Spots Stew Dog Small Breed Turkey Duck & Pheasant Recipe.

My wife and I are overjoyed with the sustained results. Almost right away we noticed positive changes in his playfulness, energy, attitude, and attentiveness.

These improvements have continued to the point that now even his eyes are undeniably more clear and bright (dulling is a sign of aging/health issues).

We’ve gone from being saddened noting signs of our best friend aging and coming to grips with his mortality, to quite literally feeling like we have our puppy back! Thank you for this product! I look forward to transitioning to others of your products soon (treats, chews, etc). THANK YOU!?”

Jeffrey, thank you for sharing Henry’s story and we hope he continues to live a happy and healthy life!

Read Jeffrey’s original Facebook testimonial here.

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godrick2-lgWhen a service dog named Godrick recently joined his new family in New Jersey, hundreds of people in Virginia Beach, from senior citizens to young schoolchildren, cheered him on from afar.

That’s because these people were responsible for training Godrick to be the perfect service dog for Ari, a young boy with autism.

Godrick, was part of the “Atlantic Shores/Guiding Eyes for the Blind Puppy Love Program,” one of the first programs in the nation that brings school kids and seniors together in a multi-generational partnership to train and socialize service dogs.

Guiding Eyes For The Blind (GEB), a nonprofit guide dog school that provides free guide dogs and lifetime support services to people with visual impairment, developed the program.

Click here to read the complete story.

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newtraciepic2If someone told me that dogs of all ages in my house would go nuts for chunks of frozen broccoli as a treat, I would never have believed them! But I’ve made the wonderful discovery that I have three dogs crowding around me eagerly when I slide open the freezer compartment and reach in for frozen broccoli “cuts” or “florets.”

Handfuls of frozen broccoli have become my 80 lb. blue Weimaraner Maisie’s evening snack – they are nutritious, high fiber, vitamin-filled, inexpensive and incredibly satisfying to her. What has amazed me is that Wanda, my six-month-old Weimaraner, and Jazzy, my 12-year-old Collie-mix, each wait eagerly alongside Maisie for their own big scoop of the frozen broccoli. You’d think it was filet mignon!

It all started when my beautiful rescued Weimaraner Maisie was turning two a few months ago: she is a really big tall dog and her weight was creeping up on the vet’s scale. I had been taking her for weekly weigh-ins because I knew that a dog’s weight at two years old is usually considered her optimal or natural weight.

I knew this from Dr. Donna Spector – Halo’s Veterinary Advisor and my co-host on the Radio Pet Lady Network show “The Expert Vet” – because we’ve been running the Halo Healthy Weight Challenge on our show, where Dr. Donna is looking to help people return their dogs to their weight at two years old. Maisie was naturally an always-hungry, high-energy dog, but even with constant exercise she was packing on the pounds, along with some impressive musculature as she approached her second birthday.

DFF-logo-ProudSponsor175x166When Dr. Donna guides our Halo Healthy Weight Challenge participants in keeping an eye on the calorie content of treats they are feeding she always recommends steamed or raw string beans as a low-cal filling snack – along with her determination of how much to feed of Halo’s Healthy Weight dry food and Spot’s Stew in a can (which they receive three months of for free).

But none of my dogs will touch a string bean – unless it’s fully boiled along with other vegetables and chicken to accompany their daily Halo kibble. One day I was getting out a bag of frozen broccoli cuts for their cooked vegetable stew and dropped it on the floor. To my amazement, all three dogs made a dash for it and could not have been happier gobbling down the frosty chunks!

Afterward, I expected some pretty nasty “air pollution” from taking in all that cruciferous vegetable matter, which is known to cause intestinal gas in people and dogs. However, there were no unwanted side effects! Dr. Donna told me their odorless digestion was fortunate and unusual, since broccoli can cause some intestinal “blow back” in many dogs, which is why she recommends using steamed string beans or zucchini as treats during the Halo Healthy Weight Challenge.

I will say that where training treats are concerned- to reward a sit at the door, or a fast recall when the dogs are out loose, I would never think of offering a frozen hunk of broccoli! Instead, I make sure they get a “just reward” for their obedience so I keep Halo Liv-a-Little freeze-dried meats in my goody bag, which are also low-cal being pure protein. I’m thrilled they enjoy the frozen broccoli so much (they will not touch it raw or lightly cooked) but I also know that to get good training results you need to have a treat that is up to the job, and that would be Liv-a-Littles.
Tracie Hotchner is the author of THE DOG BIBLE: Everything Your Dog Wants You to Know and THE CAT BIBLE: Everything Your Cat Expects You to Know.

She is also a renowned pet radio host and producer, having spent 7 years on the Martha Stewart Channel of Sirius/XM with CAT CHAT® and even longer with her award-winning NPR radio show DOG TALK® (and Kitties, Too!) that continues to broadcast in the Hamptons and the Berkshires. Her most recent accomplishment is the pet talk radio network she has created on the Internet called The Radio Pet Lady Network.

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lovemeow2-lgSometimes when we’re most in need, love can work miracles. That’s what happened when Zekey, an extremely ill puppy, was nursed back to health by her best friend – a kitten named Sapphire.

According to Love Meow, Stephanie Tiu found Sapphire, a small, ginger-colored kitten in a garbage can.

Dirty and just a few weeks old, the little kitten captured Tiu’s heart. She decided to keep him. “He was all muddy, but I fell in love with him,” Tiu told Love Meow.

A week later, Tiu adopted a month-old puppy she named Zekey. The two babies bonded immediately and became best friends.

Click here to read the complete story.

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