The best way to keep your pet from becoming a snack animal is to avoid all animal products, and when it comes to pet food brands, you’re not far off the mark.

Here are the most common pet food ingredients you should avoid.1.

Animal proteinHalo pet foods are typically made with animal protein sourced from grass-fed beef.

However, as the name suggests, these are “natural” pet foods made from grassfed beef, not from animals raised for meat.

This is the same as using a synthetic animal protein source instead of the natural one.

The real thing is that they’re made from a different species, but they’re the same stuff, which can cause digestive issues for the dog and other animals.2.

Cholesterol and saturated fatHalo has been around since the 1940s, and it’s been proven that animal fat and cholesterol are responsible for the onset of heart disease and stroke.

But the brand is not as healthy as you might think.

Many of its ingredients contain saturated fat and trans fat.

In fact, the company has even admitted that its pet food may contain trans fat, which is the stuff that can increase your risk of heart attacks and stroke in your dog.3.

Processed foodsHalo’s pet food products are generally made with processed foods, including corn, wheat, and sugar.

They’re often packed with ingredients that contain added vitamins and minerals, and the company claims to use these ingredients to improve the quality of the meat and dairy products it uses.

But these ingredients have been linked to high blood pressure and diabetes in dogs.4.

Saturated fatThe company makes claims on its website that its “natural, low-sodium” pet food is made with natural fats.

They claim this is because they’re “fats that are naturally occurring in the foods that we eat,” such as butter and palm oil.

This means they’re naturally good for dogs.

But research shows these claims are just that — claims.5.

Artificial colorsThe brand has a number of products, including the “Color Me” and “Love Me Color Me” brands, that use natural and artificial colors.

They contain synthetic colors and colors that are often made with chemicals.

The colorings are added to improve their look, and they’re often added to food to enhance their flavor.

However they are not always good for your dog’s health.6.

Process ingredientsThe brand claims to be “100 percent organic” and its products are not made with hormones, antibiotics, and any other chemicals you’d find in a commercial pet food.7.

Artificial flavorsHalo does have one product that is made from natural, but artificial, flavors.

This one is called “Halo Natural Flavor.”

The flavor is made up of natural ingredients and can be added to your pet’s food to improve its taste and texture.

However it’s not 100 percent natural.

The only way to get rid of artificial flavors is to eliminate the source of them.8.

SodiumSodium is a chemical found in a number to a number amount of foods, like chicken nuggets, beef jerky, and ice cream.

It can also be found in water, milk, and even pet foods.

It’s found in food from both plants and animals.9.

Artificial coloringThe company claims its “ColorMe” and ColorMe ColorMe brands use artificial colors to create their food.

However there is no evidence that these colors have any nutritional benefits for your pet.10.

SugarA number of companies sell pet food with artificial sweeteners like sucralose, high fructose corn syrup, and sucralosaccharides.

These sugars are sometimes added to foods to increase the sweetness, but many have been found to be toxic.

They can increase the chance of high blood sugar levels and even death in dogs, and are sometimes linked to obesity, Type 2 diabetes, and heart disease.11.

Artificial ingredientsA number are made from chemicals that can have adverse health effects for pets and people.

These include sodium hydroxide, sodium benzoate, sodium ethyl ester, sodium hydrogen sulfide, potassium iodide, magnesium iodide and sodium carbonate.

They are added in food to add color, flavor, and sweetness.12.

Artificial flavorThere are many types of artificial flavor ingredients on pet food packaging, including sweeteners, salt, and coloring agents.

Many are linked to cancer in dogs and other pets, as well as high blood glucose levels and type 2 diabetes in humans.13.

Artificial food coloringThe brand says its products contain artificial coloring to add a variety of flavor to food.

But there is little evidence to support these claims.14.

Artificial proteinThere are multiple pet food companies that sell artificial proteins, including chicken and egg protein, chicken milk protein, and beef.

They may contain added artificial ingredients, such as synthetic proteins or artificial flavor, which are often added for flavor and health benefits