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Animal control and rescue workers in Freeport, Illinois tried in vain for weeks to rescue a stray dog and bring her inside, out of the cold. Things were looking bleak for the dog…until a 9-year-old boy stepped in. According to … Continue reading
Halo, Purely for Pets is proud to sponsor Shelter Me a family-friendly PBS show that celebrates the human-animal bond with positive, uplifting stories about shelter pets and their new homes. It is hosted by actress Katherine Heigl. Shelter Me focuses … Continue reading
By: L.J. Crochet While searching the internet one morning to help my friend find a pet to adopt, I came across a little face that would change my life forever. A local rescue organization had listed a precious little dog … Continue reading
There are two things we love hearing here at Halo, Purely for Pets, pets being rescued and how well pets are doing on Halo natural pet food. Here’s a letter from Rhonda Schlig we like to share this with our … Continue reading
When Beth Zilbert trained her rescued Golden retriever, Luke, to become a therapy dog, she had no idea that one day he would help her survive her own trauma. “Luke was found wandering the streets after Hurricane Katrina,” says Zilbert, … Continue reading