Powered by Max Banner Ads 

Today was supposed to be a rest day, but I went to Petco for my monthly pet food run and couldn’t wait to get back and share that our pet food budget is really affordable.  Today I spent $113.  Our budget is about $100-$115 a month for 5 pets: 3 dogs and 2 cats.  In this video, I share how we were able to save money on Halo Pets natural, holistic pet food.

For those of you who plan to watch the video later, here’s a brief summary of what we buy each month.

1 – 28 pound bag of Halo Pets Spot’s Stew (we like the Salmon) kibble for dogs

1 – 2.2 ounce container of Halo Pet’s Liv-a-Littles 100% chicken breast protein treats (we sprinkle a little on their food)

1 – 6 pound bag of Halo Spot’s Stew (we like the Seafood Medley) kibble for cats

24 – 3 ounce cans of Halo Pets Spot’s Stew canned cat food
This may not seem like a lot, but the cat’s canned food will last 24 days, the 6 pound bag of kibble will last over a month.  The dog food will last a little more than a month and the treats are a big hit with the dogs and were on sale.

I signed up for the Halo Pet’s newsletter to get money saving coupons as well as great pet news.  I’m also a Petco Pet Pals member which gives me access to even more savings.

DISCLAIMERS

Disclaimer #1 – this is an independent review from a happy customer.  Halo Pets has not compensated me or Keep the Tail Wagging for this review.

Disclaimer #2 – this doesn’t include the treats we buy.  We love the Blueberry Waffle bulk treats at Petco ($4.50/pound twice a month) and bulk carrots (purchased at Costco (less than $4 per month).


 Powered by Max Banner Ads