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Halo Chicken Recipe Grain-Free Adult Canned Cat Food

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Give your cat what she naturally craves with Halo Chicken Recipe Grain-Free Adult Canned Cat Food. Feeding your feline friend a holistic diet makes a whole lot of difference thanks to this delicious food made with real, whole-meat protein and never any meat-meals or by-products. Sustainably-raised, cage-free chicken and chicken liver are the very first ingredients, along with a wholesome variety of non-GMO garden vegetables. The grain-free formula in this special recipe is easy on your kitty’s tummy and she’ll love the highly-digestible, savory flavor. Vitamins, minerals and trace nutrients, including taurine for her eyes and heart, are added to help keep your happy cat healthy–inside and out.

Key Benefits

  • Sustainably-raised, cage-free chicken is the very first ingredient in this savory canned food that also includes chicken liver and turkey.
  • Wholesome, non-GMO carrots, green beans, peas, celery and sweet potatoes provide essential antioxidants, fiber and vitamins.
  • Complete and balanced nutrition is fortified with essential vitamins, minerals and trace nutrients, including taurine for strong, healthy eyes and heart.
  • Made in the USA with no grains, meat-meals, hormones or antibiotics, as well as no artificial colors, flavors or preservatives; packed in BPA-free cans for safety.
  • Smooth, delicious texture provides additional hydration and can be used as a delicious topper over dry kibble to entice a finicky eater.

This product has recently undergone a packaging and slight formulation change. Customers may receive the old formulation during this transition.

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  • Item Number
    47574
  • Food Texture
    Stew
  • Food Form
    Wet Food
  • Lifestage
    Adult, All Stages
  • Made in
    United States
  • Special Diet
    Grain-Free

Nutritional Info

Ingredients

Old Formulation: Chicken, Chicken Broth, Chicken Liver, Carrots, Zucchini, Peas, Green Beans, Yellow Squash, Celery, Turkey, Dicalcium Phosphate, Guar Gum, Calcium Citrate, Sweet Potatoes, Potassium Chloride, Pumpkin, Flaxseed Oil, Minerals (Iron Amino Acid Chelate, Zinc Amino Acid Chelate, Copper Amino Acid Chelate, Manganese Amino Acid Chelate, Sodium Selenite, Potassium Iodide), Xanthan Gum, Vitamins (Vitamin E Supplement, Thiamine Mononitrate, Niacin Supplement, D-Calcium Pantothenate, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Riboflavin Supplement, Vitamin A Supplement, Biotin, Vitamin D3 Supplement , Vitamin B12 Supplement Folic Acid) Choline Chloride, Dried Kelp, Taurine, Garlic Powder, Beta Carotene.

New Formulation: Chicken, Chicken Broth, Chicken Liver, Carrots, Turkey, Green Beans, Peas, Celery, Dicalcium Phosphate, Guar Gum, Calcium Citrate, Potassium Chloride, Sweet Potatoes, Xanthan Gum, Pumpkin, Flaxseed Oil (Preserved With Mixed Tocopherols), Calcium Carbonate, Minerals (Iron Amino Acid Chelate, Zinc Amino Acid Chelate, Copper Amino Acid Chelate, Manganese Amino Acid Chelate, Sodium Selenite, Potassium Iodide), Choline Chloride, Vitamins (Vitamin E Supplement, Thiamine Mononitrate, Niacin Supplement, D-Calcium Pantothenate, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Riboflavin Supplement, Vitamin A Supplement, Biotin, Vitamin D3 Supplement, Vitamin B12 Supplement, Folic Acid), Dried Kelp, Taurine, Salmon Oil (Preserved With Mixed Tocopherols), Magnesium Sulfate, Garlic Powder, Rosemary Extract.

Caloric Content

1,025 kcal/kg, 160 kcal/can

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein 9.0% min
Crude Fat 6.0% min
Crude Fiber 1.50% max
Moisture 84.0% max
Ash 2.4% max
Taurine 0.05% min

Feeding Instructions

Feed 1 oz per lb of body weight per day, split into 2 meals.

Transition Instructions

Many pets require up to 7 - 10 days to adjust to a new food because their intestinal tracts contain unique bacteria and enzymes that need to adapt to the proper digestion of a new food. Follow these guidelines for changing your pet’s current dry or canned food to Halo dry or canned food:

Days 1 - 3: 75% old food, 25% Halo Days 4 - 5: 50% old food, 50% Halo Days 6 - 7: 25% old food, 75% Halo Days 8+: 100% Halo

If you have a pet with a sensitive stomach, transition them even more slowly (over 2 to 3 weeks) to avoid digestive upset.

If your dog or cat experiences digestive upset during the transition (poor appetite, vomiting, diarrhea or soft stool, etc.), return to the new food amount that was not causing problems and keep them there for a few more days before continuing with the diet change. Once your pet is eating all Halo if you change between the flavors, consider a 2 or 3 day transition to minimize stomach upset.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is canned food bad for my pet’s teeth?

No. While many vets recommend dry food to "keep teeth clean and healthy" it is a fact that many pets do not chew their food well enough to get any abrasive cleaning action from dry food. Whether you feed dry or canned food the single most important thing for dental health is tooth brushing.

Why does Halo refer to its products as natural?

Because it is! AAFCO (Association of American Feed Control Officials) defines "natural" pet food as having ingredients from ONLY plant, animal or mined sources. These foods cannot be highly processed or contain chemically synthetic ingredients, such as artificial flavors, preservatives or colorings.

Why does Halo refer to its products as holistic?

The holistic viewpoint that Halo has stems from the belief that health is achieved by focusing on the whole body through natural living. Halo believes that the quality of ingredients a pet eats is the foundation of overall well-being but that elimination of harsh chemicals from food, treats and the environment is also critical to achieve optimal health.

Why does Halo use so much egg and peas in their formulations?

Halo uses eggs and peas as an additional source of highly digestible protein to support protein levels in all formulations. Halo does not use meat meal as a concentrated source of dried protein and uses only whole real meat ingredients. It is more difficult to achieve very high protein levels when using whole real meat instead of a meat meal. We feel the eggs and peas are healthier alternatives to meat meal.

Why does Halo avoid rice and corn in their foods?

Halo defines corn and white rice as "fillers". These are carbohydrates that may raise blood sugar levels rapidly and create hormonal signals that may have negative long term effects on metabolism and weight gain. Corn and rice based diets may also contribute to chronic symptoms of maldigestion, such as gas, bloating, and diarrhea.

Halo makes healthier carbohydrate choices by using whole grains such as barley and oats and vegetables like sweet potatoes. These carbohydrates are nutrient-dense because they supply energy as well as high levels of fiber for digestive health and high levels of vitamins and minerals for overall health.

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About Halo Wet Cat Food

America's Best Loved Holistic Brand
Holistic. Whole. Humane.

Holistic. Whole. Humane.

Halo is committed to providing no less than the best holistic recipes to satisfy your cat’s carnivorous cravings. Their wet cat food combines pure, natural ingredients like whole meat, poultry and fish plus non-GMO fruits and vegetables for delicious, more digestible meals. Following a whole meat philosophy, Halo never uses animal by-products or meat meals—just the real, whole proteins your cat needs to thrive.

Superior Digestibility

Halo believes that whole meat equals a whole lot more digestibility. As obligate carnivores, cats need meat, not just parts of animals that you wouldn’t consider to be meat. When your pet gets whole proteins instead of rendered meats like chicken meal or fish meal, they’re getting optimum nutrition that’s easier for their body to digest. And that means they can get the full benefits of each nutrient-rich ingredient.

What's in Your Cat's Bowl?

With Halo, you won’t see a meat meal hiding anywhere in the ingredients, and there’s no corn, wheat, wheat gluten, rice or artificial colors, preservatives or flavors. Here’s what you will find:

Holistic Whole Meat: Salmon, whitefish, chicken or turkey that's slow-cooked provides a more digestible source of protein with up to 16 times less ash than rendered meat.

Non-GMO Produce: Fruits and vegetables from farms that refuse to use genetically modified seeds that rely heavily on chemical fertilizers and herbicides to produce crops.

Holistic Recipes for Every Cat

  • Grain-Free Adult (Stews)

    Grain-Free Adult (Stews)

    • Turkey
    • Chicken
    • Lamb
    • Salmon
    • Chicken and Beef
    • Chicken, Shrimp and Crab
  • Grain-Free

    Grain-Free Indoor (Pâtés)

    • Chicken
    • Salmon
    • Turkey and Duck
    • Whitefish
    • Seafood Medley
    • Turkey and Giblets
    • Chicken and Beef
  • Grain-Free

    Grain-Free Senior

    • Turkey and Chickpea
    • Chicken and Chickpea
  • Grain-Free

    Grain-Free Sensitive Stomach (Pâtés)

    • Guinea Fowl and Garden Greens
    • Quail and Garden Greens
    • Rabbit and Garden Greens
    • Chicken, Egg and Garden Greens
  • Grain-Free

    Gluten-Free with Quinoa

    • Chicken and Trout
    • Turkey and Quail

Halo says NO to:

  • Meat meal (rendered meat)
  • Animal by-products
  • Added growth hormones
  • Corn, wheat, wheat gluten and rice
  • Artificial colors, preservatives and flavors
  • Compromises and shortcuts

Halo says YES to:

  • Whole meat that's responsibly sourced
  • Highly digestible whole proteins
  • Animals raised as nature intended
  • Fruits and vegetables rich in vitamins and minerals
  • Holistic, natural ingredients
  • Donating to shelters
  • Less ash and more bioavailable nutrition

About Halo

At Halo, the motto, "WHOLE Makes a Whole Lot of Difference" is more than just words. It's the philosophy that drives their holistic approach to ingredient sourcing, recipes, nutritional value and the welfare of all animals. It's their overall mission to change the way companion animals are fed and farm animals are raised—for the better. For over 30 years, Halo has insisted on creating only holistic pet foods that rely on whole meat, poultry or fish and never any rendered meat meal. This is the fundamental difference that sets them apart as a premium pet food brand.

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  • I needed healthier food

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    I found spots stew by Halo on an online search for healthy cat food because two of my three cats were vomiting frequently and I would find really hard stools in the litter box. Spot's Stew had a better than average smell and had real peas and carrots! I noticed a change after one week on Halo's spot stew. The litter box is a better place as well. I still add some of the junk food as a compromise but all of the other healthy food brands I attempted were rejected completely! My cats still like the cheaper cat food I can find in the local grocery store but my cats rarely vomit and the poop is normal healthy poop! I hope to wean out the junk food completely.

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  • my cats still love it, but the texture can be weird sometimes

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    Both of my cats who are picky with wet food love spots stew. We're at the point where we're just alternating between this and one other brand that they like. They even eat the peas and carrots, and I love that I can see real whole food in there. They also don't usually like pate, but I just dice it up small with the can lid and they don't mind :) What I don't love is that every few cans or so is a weird mushy texture. It smells fine so I still give it to them, and they still eat it, but it does put me off a bit. If they didn't love it so much and weren't so picky with other kinds I've tried I would have probably switched, but they seem fine so it doesn't seem like anything is wrong with it content Both of my cats who are picky with wet food love spots stew. We're at the point where we're just alternating between this and one other brand that they like. They even eat the peas and carrots, and I love that I can see real whole food in there. They also don't usually like pate, but I just dice it up small with the can lid and they don't mind :) What I don't love is that every few cans or so is a weird mushy texture. It smells fine so I still give it to them, and they still eat it, but it does put me off a bit. If they didn't love it so much and weren't so picky with other kinds I've tried I would have probably switched, but they seem fine so it doesn't seem like anything is wrong with it content wise. … more

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  • My cats love Halo Spot Stew - and I know it's good for them

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    I recently adopted 2 cats from a shelter after not having to purchase any cat food for over 3 years... wow... all the choices. I only want to feed my indoor-only cats the very best natural foods to give them the best chance at healthy living. Their coats are so soft now They eat it up like treat food! I rotate between salmon and chicken for variety. Please continue stocking theses cat foods

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  • Disgusted and disappointed.

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    Well I am very disappointed in this product. It is obvious by the consistency that you have changed the recipe. This is not even close to a pate it is the most disgusting mess and my cats won't even touch it. This is not a pate and I have wasted my money. It is very hard to find something cats like and when you mess with it you make it hard on cat owners. If it is not broke don't fix it.

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  • Halo chicken recipe grain-free

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    Both kitties really like it. It can be a challenge introducing a new food, but not an issue at all for either feline. Each has turned up their nose and walked away from different foods before, particularly salmon and duck formulations, but not this one.

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  • Fuggedaboutit

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    Don't bother. Why Halo decided to mess with success and change the recipe, I don't know. My cats craved the Wholesome Chicken Recipe, but this new version, they avoid like the plague. Don't waste your money.

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  • My 12 year old cat loves this food

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    My older cat is extremely picky about which foods she will or will not eat. She prefers canned food and this is her absolute favorite. I tried the Chicken, Shrimp and Crab flavor of Spots Stew, but no luck. It must be the Chicken flavor. I only buy her high quality canned foods, and this is the only one that she never walks away from.

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  • Love this Flavor

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    My cats love this one, but still manage to push every carrot and pea away. I really do not now why they are in there what cat eats peas and carrots. They love the texture though it says stew it is more like mousse, which they like, I hope they do not change it.

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  • New formula is an epic FAIL!

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    I was excited to try the new formula with the "better" ingredients... until I opened the first can. It reeks like very low quality mystery "food". Maybe worse. I held my breath and scooped some from the can. The texture is now a rough, thick, semi-moist loaf (coarsely ground) instead of wet and smooth. Where there used to be actual vegetables, I saw a few peas and a lot of hard, dark, slimy patches. (Kitties don't need veggies, but if they're in there, they should BE in there...) Forging on, breath held and eyes closed, I put it on the saucers. (Darn. Had to open my eyes.) The whole bottom of the can was covered with hard, black slime. They probably overheated the can during processing I was excited to try the new formula with the "better" ingredients... until I opened the first can. It reeks like very low quality mystery "food". Maybe worse. I held my breath and scooped some from the can. The texture is now a rough, thick, semi-moist loaf (coarsely ground) instead of wet and smooth. Where there used to be actual vegetables, I saw a few peas and a lot of hard, dark, slimy patches. (Kitties don't need veggies, but if they're in there, they should BE in there...) Forging on, breath held and eyes closed, I put it on the saucers. (Darn. Had to open my eyes.) The whole bottom of the can was covered with hard, black slime. They probably overheated the can during processing... or something really bad happened. Maybe the newly added salmon oil? I'm sticking with the heat theory so I don't gag any more. I put the plates down for the cats. 0 happy cats; 4 sad cats. Trouble (17 yrs old) smelled it and walked away in disgust. (You know THE LOOK...) Jasmine (13 yo) took a bite and checked the other plates and the floor for something else to eat. Finnegan (1.5 yo) took a couple bites and promptly spit-up. Then he pitifully looked up at me & cried. (Drama is one of his strong suits.) Spunky (1.5 yo) ate a few bites before giving up, but he'll eat anything. Even he left most of it. I left the Halo down and added some Fussie Cat to each plate. They ate the Fussie Cat, but left any that touched the Halo. The Halo went in the trash... What a shame. This used to be a quality protein food, high in moisture, low in phosphorus. The old chicken & turkey formulas were their favorite foods. Perhaps it is a blessing in disguise that the kitties hated it... I don't ever have to open another can... After this, I think we'll just skip the turkey. … more

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  • Again, so far so good.

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    Our four cats really like this food; let's hope it continues for a long time. I like the food because of the quality of ingredients. However, someone needs to tell the manufacturer that cats don't particularly like peas.

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