Friday, June 12, 2009

Review : Spot's Stew (Halo Foods)

I was recently allowed to do a review on a Halo dog food product called Spot's Stew. I received Spot's Stew, Wholesome Chicken Recipe dry dog food. I also received Spot's Stew Wholesome Beef, Succulent Salmon, Wholesome Lamb and Wholesome Chicken wet dog food. The packaging is very appealing and shows a great detail of color. The dry dog food comes with a seal able top and the wet food a pop-top. The dry Wholesome Chicken dog food is very natural and healthy. 

When reading the ingredients the first 21 are ingredients I use, in fact the first five is chicken, eggs, pea protein, oats and vegetable broth. When I opened the bag and looked through the food I saw actual peas, carrots and cranberries. It has a very natural smell and the dog food smell is light. You can actually catch the scent of fresh vegetables. The wet food is a great way to treat your dog. Almost every single ingredient in the wet food is all-natural, starting with the main ingredient. Salmon for salmon, beef for beef and so on. The wet food looks a lot like canned stew on the inside and smells very similar. The Halo dog food called Spot's Stew is a great food to feed your dog; it's healthy, natural and apparently delicious, because my dog can't get enough of it. I'd try it too but I'm not a big fan of the taste of dog food. 

Halo Spot's Stew can be purchased online at or Always remember that when changing your dog's diet to follow the rules of mixing so you don't upset their stomach.

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