Category Archives: Dr Donna Spector

WORKING OVERTIME TO HELP OVERWEIGHT PETS

Pet Product News recently reported on the current trend in our country of overweight pets. They mention Halo natural pet food in the article: “Though not labeled as being for weight loss, many of Tampa, Fla.-based Halo, Purely for Pets’ … Continue reading

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ASK-THE-VET: LOW SODIUM DOG FOOD?

Question: My11 year old, long hair Chihuahua, has been on heart meds for a few years. The Vet wants him to be on Senior formula dog food because of the lower sodium content. I’ve been using Nulo Senior Formula. I’d … Continue reading

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TRACIE HOTCHNER: XENA THE (HALO HEALTHY WEIGHT CHALLENGE) SUPERSTAR!

When we welcomed a darling little Pomeranian named Xena into our challenge she was not an obese doggy – just a chubby one. Luckily, her people John and Pam knew that they had let her tip the scales in the … Continue reading

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AMAZING BEFORE AND AFTER PHOTOS—HALO HEALTHY WEIGHT CHALLENGE—OUR 5TH SUCCESSFUL PARTICIPANT!

If you like good before and after photos then you are going to love Xena’s! Xena is a 7 year old spayed female Pomeranian and our 5th successful participant in the Halo Healthy Weight Challenge program! Xena’s owners were desperate … Continue reading

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ASK-THE-VET: CAT WITH SWOLLEN LIP

Question: My 2 year old male cat has what looks like a swollen upper lip. At first we thought he had a massive overbite, but at closer look it looks to be sore. What could it be and what can … Continue reading

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