Wednesday, January 21, 2009
There has been all kinds of snarky and downright nasty remarks made about Carolyn Gracie eating dog food on air. The point she was trying to make was that Halo is just food like any other food you eat. The recipe was just developed with the nutritional needs of a dog or cat in mind instead of a human. What's the big deal?
Take a look at the ingredients: Chicken broth, chicken, carrots, celery, yellow squash, zucchini, chicken liver, pasta, green peas, green beans, turkey, calcium citrate, barley, oats, dicalcium phosphate, soy sauce, dried kelp, garlic, zinc gluconate, ascorbic acid, copper gluconate
Does that look disgusting to you? Try comparing that to all the prepackaged or fast food that you eat every day. This pet food is of a much higher quality than most of the stuff I eat, that's for sure! As Carolyn wrote in her last blog, "I'm telling you, HALO is so good and so nutritious and full of healthy ingredients for your pets, that it should not even be called "pet” food."
Regardless of what you think of her as a host, anyone who will rescue and care for as many neglected animals as Carolyn has must have a good and decent heart. Here's a video with just a few of her little fur babies: