Spot’s Stew brand canine nutrition rations are produced by Halo. The company named Halo was founded in 1986, by a female cat owner named Andi Brown. Her cat’s name was Spot, and it had bad health, for example, digestive problems. She investigated the components of “ultra premium” canine nutrition rations, and was shocked by the results. Andi made up her mind to begin a food producing business that wound manufacture rations without harmful and “filler” components (such as grain, like rice, corn, wheat, as well as by-products, preservatives like BHA, BHT and ethoxyquin). Andi Brown has also written a book called “The Whole Pet Diet: Eight Weeks to Great Health for Dogs and Cats”. Ellen Degeneres, who owns a part of the Halo company, expresses very good opinion about Spot’s Stew, and has even written a letter to pet owners posted on the company’s website.


The variety of Spot’s Stew rations are completely free from wheat gluten, wheat flour, corn, rendered cattle products, animal and plant meals, artificial colors, flavors, harmful chemical preservatives. These formulas are rich in premium quality protein and low in carbohydrates. They are also specially designed to be highly digestible. The only doubtful factor of Spot’s Stew rations is price: they are truly very expensive, in comparison to other ultra premium canine nutrition rations. For example, chicken and salmon dry canine nutrition rations cost $11.99 for a 4 lb bag, $27.49 for a 10 lb bag, and $69.95 for a 30 lb bag.




Consumer testimonials about Spot’s Stew brand canine nutrition rations are almost exclusively positive. The quality of ingredients contained in these rations is very highly evaluated by dog owners, and they often mention that they began using Spot’s Stew after seeing how good it is for their friends’ dogs. As we have already told, the main negative factor of Spot’s Stew is that it has really high price compared to other canine nutrition rations. Most dog owners, however, think that it is worth its price.