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For those of you who don’t know this yet, just this week was the launch of the Radio Pet Lady Network. The very first show on the network debut was THE EXPERT VET, with Halo’s own Dr. Donna Spector, who … Continue reading
Have you been taking my advice over the years that the quickest way to choose a high quality dry dog food is simply to make sure that a named protein is the first ingredient on the label? That used to … Continue reading
By: Donna Kelleher, DVM Donna Kelleher, DVM, author of “The Proof is in the Poodle: One Veterinarian’s Exploration into Healing” (Two Harbors, 2012) and “The Last Chance Dog” (Scribner, 2003). A gregarious twelve-year old yellow Labrador, named Lucy sniffed every … Continue reading
Today I was invited down to a shelter I had heard so much about – the Berkshire Humane Society in Pittsfield Massachusetts – and I wanted to take a really special “nice to meet you” gift with me. I recently … Continue reading
Nutrition is not “one size fits all” — toy and small breed dogs have different nutritional needs when compared to larger dogs. Not only do their tiny mouths require smaller kibble but they often have higher energy requirements. Halo’s new … Continue reading