The Honest Kitchen Embark Dehydrated Dog Food

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Product Description

Embark is a gluten-free dog food recipe made with cage-free turkey and produce like celery, spinach and apples. It is a higher protein, higher fat natural, human-grade dog food that's perfect for all life stages, including puppies, pregnant and nursing dogs, as well as active dogs who need a performance dog food. It's great for dogs who need a low carbohydrate food or for those who do better without beef or fish. Just add water for a fresh, wholesome and human-grade meal.

Key Benefits

  • Grain and gluten-free recipe
  • Complete and balanced for dogs of all life stages, breeds and sizes
  • No corn, wheat or soy
  • No preservatives, fillers, by-products or GMO ingredients

Servings

  • 2-lb box: makes 8 pounds of real food
  • 4-lb box: makes 16 pounds of real food
  • 10-lb box: makes 40 pounds of real food

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Item Number 49091
Weight 10.0 pounds
Special Diet
  • Sensitive Digestion
  • Grain-Free
  • Gluten Free
  • No Corn No Wheat No Soy
  • GMO-Free
Lifestage
  • All Stages
  • Adult
  • Puppy
Food Form
  • Dehydrated
Made in
  • United States
Breed Size
  • All Breeds

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Ingredients

Turkey, organic flaxseed, potatoes, celery, spinach, carrots, organic coconut, apples, organic kelp, eggs, bananas, cranberries, tricalcium phosphate, choline chloride, zinc amino acid chelate, vitamin D3 supplement, vitamin E supplement, potassium iodide, potassium chloride, iron amino acid chelate, copper amino acid chelate

Customer Reviews

Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 140 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Healthy ingredients This food is not overly processed and contains healthy, human grade ingredients. I feed it to my Toy Fox Terrier who has kidney disease. I adopted him from the shelter as a senior and soon discovered he was in kidney failure from glomerular nephritis. The vet cleaned his teeth hoping this was the cause. His lab work did not improve, so we prepared ourselves to lose him within a couple months. It has been over a year now and he is active, beautiful, energetic and looks like a young dog! The vet calls him a miracle dog as the protein levels in his urine went from 4+ down to 1. I don't know how much Embark helped his condition, but I know that overly processed kibble with cheap ingredients put in for profit not health would definitely not have helped him. In fact, I believe the starches in kibble are what caused his tartar and subsequent dental and kidney disease. The only downside is the expense, so it isn't for everyone's pocket book especially if you have a large dog. September 29, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great for IBD! I have a 2.5 lb Chihuahua recently diagnosed with Crohn's Disease or otherwise known as IBD. We have spent months in and out of the ER Vet and her own Vet. Each time we have gone they have told me "expensive diets" are not worth it and pushed Hill's Prescription onto me, as well as other medications. A month ago I gave Honest Kitchen a try after hearing such great things about it and reading about others dog's success stories. I went ahead and purchased Embark and the Goats Milk as well. It took a while to transition her to this diet, and a whole slew of combos to get her to eat it but now we are off ALL our medications! It is actually saving us money in the long run. If your dog has GI issues, I highly recommend Honest Kitchen!!!! I even have 5 week old puppies on this as well! April 6, 2016
Rated 3 out of 5 by Great Quality but dog hates it I have fed Honest Kitchen on and off to my two labradors for a few years, but now my one dog refused to eat it. Even if he had no food all day, he would not eat it. The quality of ingredients is excellent and it is easy to stir, but if he doesn't eat it, it is a very costly problem. May 8, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by My very fussy dogs love it . I only give this to my dogs once a day , for dinner and put kibble out for free eating, but these girls know exactly what time they are supposed to get it and remind us everyday at the same time. They love it so much they act like their starving when they eat it , so I will say they love it . April 28, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by happy dog Zoe loves her new puppy chow! Im so happy to know that I am feeding her something that I can feel confident about. May 1, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best of Honest Kitchen products This is the best of all the Honest Kitchen formulas. My dog has a sensitive stomach and is a finicky eater. He came to me from the shelter and had loose stools probably due to stress related colitis. Although I had him on an alleged "high quality" dog food (Hill's Science Diet) he just never did well on it. I had a bit of a trial and error period after his adoption. Homemade dog food was a headache as I never knew if I was giving him enough of certain nutrients. I researched the best dog foods and Honest Kitchen really impressed me. Initially he did well on Honest Kitchen Keen but of course after buying a 10 lb box his bowels became watery again. He also did terribly on Honest Kitchen Thrive. That made him incredibly ill and his bowels exploded. It probably was the quinoa in it. I think he just does not do very well with grains. Since I started him on Embark, his stools have been nice & solid and he loves the food. I supplement this food with chicken breast since he is very active and also spoiled rotten. December 4, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by the only food that works for my dog my boxer dog is 18 months old, i have had him since a puppy and he has never had a solid poop until NOW! like many boxers he has a lot of GI problems. I have never been able to pinpoint exactly the problem but all i know is this food works for my wigglebutt! i have also tried samples of some of the other honest kitchen range. none so far have been successful. I'm hoping they might introduce a grain free duck recipe one day. for a long while i wasted my time trying premium kibbles because i thought THK was too expensive. i still can't really afford it but when i know it's the only thing that works, i don't mind. i will just make cutbacks in other areas. I DO wish it was slightly higher in calories. I feed the maximum for active and puppies and I have trouble keeping weight on my guy (this has always been the case though), i get by adding a tsp of coconut oil and sometimes additional treats such as berries, cantaloupe, apple and green beans. my guy is so happy. thank you THK for finally settling my dogs tummy! March 4, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by The product is as described I am quite pleased that it arrived in a timely manner and in good condition. Thank you April 22, 2016
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