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HALO SUPPORTS FORGOTTEN TAILS ANIMAL RESCUE WITH 5000 SUPPERS

Forgotten Tails Animal Rescue in Manning, South Carolina, currently cares for over 75 dogs waiting for their forever homes, and is always in need of high quality food to nourish their hungry canine residents. That’s why Halo, in partnership with … Continue reading

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SHELTER CAT WAVES AT WOULD BE ADOPTERS

One homeless cat knows what it takes to get adopters’ attention. According to Love Meow, a Reddit post by a volunteer at Tabby’s Place, a cat sanctuary in Ringoes, New Jersey, told the story about Sienna, a sweet senior cat … Continue reading

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DR. NICHOLAS DODMAN: A LIFE AND DEATH MATTER

As Chief Scientific Officer for the Center for Canine Behavior Studies along with Dr. James Serpell PhD of the University of Pennsylvania, we propose an Animal Ownership Interaction Study designed to determine the precise impact dog owners have on their … Continue reading

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HALO PETS CUSTOMER, JEANIE THE 3-LEGGED DOG, HAS HER OWN CHILDREN’S BOOK

Long-time Halo Pets customer, Jeanie, is the star of her own children’s book, “Jeanie the 3-Legged Dog; I Don’t Need Four Feet”, in which she shares a powerful message of courage and acceptance. It’s a heart-warming tale for dog lovers … Continue reading

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TRACIE HOTCHNER: ADOPTED PETS TEACH US PATIENCE (“LOVE DON’T COME EASY” FOR SOME)

Sometimes you hear the story of someone who adopted from a shelter and discovered the dog or cat was really timid and shy. They might have expressed disappointment, or even made the fatalistic judgment “this animal must have been terribly … Continue reading

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