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Achieving Your Pet’s Summer Body Goals

A number of my clients have seen their dog’s bodies change as a result of COVID lockdowns. Some have had extra time to walk their dogs and their dogs have trimmed up– great! But for many, there has been extra time at home which has only encouraged pet owners to dole out too many treats. Even before the pandemic, pet obesity was considered an epidemic, with over half (!!) of the dogs in the USA overweight as of 2018. Here are a few tips and tricks to help your pet stay in a healthy body condition this summer.

Better Choice Company Covid-19 Relief Initiative

We have exciting news to share! As part of the Better Choice Company Covid-19 Relief Initiative, sister brands Halo and TruDog have partnered together with iHeart Radio to provide much needed support to animal shelters. Together we donated $100,000 in monetary funds and $100,000 worth of product to shelters nationwide. Our Covid 19 Relief Initiative included shelters in Atlanta, Phoenix, Indianapolis, Los Angles, Long Island NY, and San Francisco.

Halo Covid 19 Relief: Cooper the Frenchie

"Earlier this month Cooper had the amazing opportunity to partner with Halo Pets' Covid-19 Relief and Manny & Friends. The Covid-19 Relief recognized essential workers in the Austin area while also supporting a local restaurant. We chose the Leander Police Department and Austin Pets Alive! to show our gratitude.

Trix’s Testimonial

We at Halo love hearing from our customers and sharing their Halo story. It makes us smile knowing that pets are doing well on our holistic pet food. Our companion animals cannot make choices by themselves and they do rely on pet parents. Halo is committed to delivering exceptional cat food and dog food that you

Pet Fitness During Quarantine:

While we quarantine , your pet isn’t able to enjoy the dog park or long walks like they used to but it is important your pet maintains a healthy weight. According to a recent study by the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention (APOP), 55.8 percent of dogs and 59.5 percent of cats are overweight or obese. Roughly 80 million U.S. dogs and cats share an increased risk for weight-related disorders such as diabetes, osteoarthritis, hypertension and many cancers.