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Halo, Purely for Pets makes treats and foods that are holistic and high quality. I was excited to review these treats because I knew that they would be a great, healthy training treat. Khloee and Wynston love freeze dried treats, and I love feeding them because of their nutritional value and lack of fake ingredients.
I specifically tried the Halo Pets Liv-a-littles chicken breast protein treats. The treats simply consist of freeze dried chicken with a marinade, which is made of sodium phosphate, salt and carrageenan. The treats are extremely light weight and easy to tear into pieces for my small dogs. They can also be crumbled as a delicious topping if you want to jazz up your dog’s dinner!
The first thing I did when I opened the package was throw some treats in my pocket and take Wynston and Khloee on a walk. Matt and I always train the dogs while we are out and about with them, so I figured this new treat would be a great reward. I was right. My kids can’t get enough of these!!! Wynston even wanted to lick my fingers after I gave him treats for obeying certain commands.
Why I love Halo Liv-a-littles chicken treats:
- My dogs love them.
- They are super healthy.
- They’re a great source of protein.
- They are lightweight.
- They are easy to tear into smaller pieces.
- Halo, Purely for Pets donations a minimum of 1/2% of sales to the Halo Pet Foundation.
What I didn’t like about Halo Liv-a-littles chicken treats:
- They left a dusty residue on my fingers, although it is easy to wipe off.
At $12.99 for a 2.2oz bottle of treats, I would highly recommend picking some of these treats up. They also come in beef and salmon flavors! This is a treat I would recommend to anyone, and I will continue to purchase them.
Do you feed your dog any Halo products? Which ones do your animals enjoy?