For blog readers, newsletter subscribers and Halo social media fans only, we’re happy to offer these printable store coupons for Halo products.
Why Buy Halo?
As you know, Halo uses real WHOLE meat, poultry, or fish, and NO “meat meal” of ANY kind, like “chicken meal” or “fish meal”. “Meat meal” is a high-heat processed, dehydrated combination of remnants from slaughterhouse and fish processing factories that are unfit for human consumption.
Plus, Halo works to bring farming and ranching practices back to a more original and native state, with room for animals to roam and without the routine use of antibiotics or genetically modified feeds. We call this OrigiNative® sourcing, and it means we treat our life-giving animals in a manner that is sustainable, natural, non-degrading to our environment, and respectful of every animal’s normal lifecycle. That also means non-GMO fruits and vegetables, and no artificial flavors, colors, or preservatives.
Where can you use these coupons?
Remember, these coupons are only valid at stores where Halo is sold.
For Halo store locations, enter your zip/postal code here. Please call ahead to make sure your nearest retailer has what you need (if not, they can usually order it for you quickly).
We are proud to announce that all three of Halo’s social media top “furfluencers” are nominated for the People’s Choice Awards in the Animal Star of 2018 category.
Halo spokescat Lil BUB is the founder of Lil Bub’s Big Fund for ASPCA. For the first time ever, this famous feline with more than 5 million social followers endorsed a pet food because of Halo’s mission and our real WHOLE meat diet, which makes a positive impact to her health as well as millions of shelter pets less fortunate than her.
Manny the Frenchie is the most followed bulldog who uses his fan base to help others through his non-profit, the Manny and Friends Foundation, and often touts Halo’s real WHOLE meat diets, as well as Halo’s vegan dog food on #meatlessmonday on social.
Halo newcomer, Nala Cat is a lovable Siamese/tabby mix rescue who recently launched her give back campaign, Nala Got You! With more than 6 million social followers, she joins Manny and Lil BUB to help millions of pet parents understand how Halo is changing the way companion animals are fed and farm animals are raised for the better.
Together, the trio of “furfluencers” with their combined 15 million+ pet loving followers support Halo’s mission to make a difference for ALL animals and we are so proud to have our Halo family nominated for the Animal Star of 2018 award.
Vote for your favorite now.
Our pet’s food can once again teach us some good lessons and good practice in choosing our own food. A major area of concern in the food chain is where and how fish is obtained, how they are handled or treated, and what the ramifications are for the future of the oceans.
The Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) Certification on a pet food (or seafood we buy for ourselves) is a blue seal that stands for wild, certified and sustainable. For 20 years the MSC has been part of a team effort to keep our oceans healthy and full of life. The MSC says that we’re making a good decision for the wellness of the planet when we choose their “blue fish label” and make sure the fish we eat – and the fish sourced by our pet food company – can be traced back to a sustainable source. The Council made a lovely little VIDEO PSA to bring home their point.
For example, Halo pet food gets their seafood from sources that are MSC certified, and states they are committed to “ensuring that our seafood is responsibly caught within a certified sustainable fishery. The Marine Stewardship Council is an international organization that was created to address the problem of unsustainable fishing. With standards that ensure fish and seafood is responsibly caught, handled with care, and can be traced right back to a sustainable source, MSC is working to keep the oceans teeming with life and safeguard seafood supplies for future generations.”
To become a more responsible, aware consumer, you should check the labeling on the fish you serve your whole family – two-legged and four!
Tracie Hotchner is a nationally acclaimed pet wellness advocate, who wrote THE DOG BIBLE: Everything Your Dog Wants You to Know and THE CAT BIBLE: Everything Your Cat Expects You to Know. She is recognized as the premiere voice for pets and their people on pet talk radio. She continues to produce and host her own Gracie® Award winning NPR show DOG TALK® (and Kitties, Too!) from Peconic Public Broadcasting in the Hamptons after 9 consecutive years and over 500 shows. She produced and hosted her own live, call-in show CAT CHAT® on the Martha Stewart channel of Sirius/XM for over 7 years until the channel was canceled, when Tracie created her own Radio Pet Lady Network where she produces and co-hosts CAT CHAT® along with 10 other pet talk radio podcasts with top veterinarians and pet experts.
Tracie also is the Founder and Director of the annual NY Dog Film Festival, a philanthropic celebration of the love between dogs and their people. Short canine-themed documentary, animated and narrative films from around the world create a shared audience experience that inspires, educates and entertains. With a New York City premiere every October, the Festival then travels around the country, partnering in each location with an outstanding animal welfare organization that brings adoptable dogs to the theater and receives half the proceeds of the ticket sales. Halo was a Founding Sponsor in 2015 and donated 10,000 meals to the beneficiary shelters in every destination around the country in 2016.
Tracie lives in Bennington, Vermont – where the Radio Pet Lady Network studio is based – and where her 12 acres are well-used by her 2-girl pack of lovely, lively rescued Weimaraners, Maisie and Wanda.
Thanks to Scotty the Caat for helping get the word out about our Liv-a-Little treats. We were thrilled to see this adorable Halo ambassador announce his love for our grain free single protein treats to his Instagram fans.
“Hey furiends!! If you’re looking for some tasty treats then I’d definitely try @halopets freeze dried Liv-A-Littles treats! They come in both, salmon and chicken flavor. They’re protein treats and can be eaten by cat AND dogs so if any of you have dog siblings, these might be PURFECT if you’re willing to share. I haven’t been able to get my paws and toothless gums off of them! (They’re okay for toothless kitties, don’t worry, I eat like that with my normal food too). All you have to do is have your human break them up into little pieces and ta-da! Love at first sight. They’ve been approved by my by 2 kitty siblings, too!”
Thank you, Scotty!
Learn more about our Halo holistic cat treats.