The Honest Kitchen Embark Dehydrated Dog Food

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  • Weight
    10.0 pounds
  • Breed Size
    Small, Medium, Large, All Breeds
  • Special Diet
    Sensitive Digestion, Grain-Free, Gluten Free, No Corn No Wheat No Soy, GMO-Free
  • Lifestage
    All Stages, Adult, Puppy
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    United States

The Honest Kitchen Embark Dehydrated Dog Food was created for active canines. Each batch of is made with wholesome ingredients like cage-free turkey and antioxidant-rich produce. It’s higher in protein and fat than other Honest Kitchen recipes, making it perfect for puppies and active adult dogs, especially agility dogs who need performance diets. Embark is a naturally low-carbohydrate food that’s great for dogs with food allergies or sensitivities.

Key Benefits

  • Grain-free dog food made with cage-free turkey
  • Higher calories and protein, for puppies and active adult dogs
  • Made with minimally processed, dehydrated, whole-food ingredients
  • Made in the USA, with no ingredients from China
  • All-natural dog food with no by-products, preservatives or GMO ingredients

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Dehydrated to Lock in
Natural Goodness

The Honest Kitchen dehydrated dog foods are made with a single meat protein — free-range chicken, cage-free turkey or hormone-free beef — all sustainably sourced. Their grain-free recipes are great for pups with sensitivities, and the whole grain options are made with organic rolled oats. They're less processed than regular dry food, and dehydrated to retain their natural goodness and flavor.

The Honest Kitchen Dehydrated Dog Food
Minimally Processed with Natural Ingredients

Minimally Processed with
Natural Ingredients

Each recipe is made with real, whole foods that are minimally processed, not fractions of ingredients. A gentle dehydration process preserves the natural nutrients, rich flavors and wholesome nutrition. You won't find any artificial additives, GMOs, chemical preservatives, by-products, fillers or preservatives.

100% Human Grade From
Farm to Bowl

Human grade means that it's good enough for humans to eat, but formulated just for pets. The Honest Kitchen follows the same quality standards for their pet food as the foods you would find at the grocery store. They source the highest quality ingredients directly from the human food chain and produce their recipes in the USA in an FDA-inspected human food facility.

100% Human Grade
Just Add Water

Just Add Water for a
Meal in Minutes

Every 10-pound box of The Honest Kitchen dog food contains concentrated nutrition that rehydrates to 40 pounds of fresh food. It might be a small box, but it's full of nutrients from over 10 pounds of beef or poultry plus whole foods like pumpkin, carrots, apples and leafy greens. Simply add warm water, stir and wait just three minutes to serve a great-tasting, nutritious meal for your pup.

Grain-Free Recipes

Force, Embark and Love are all free of grains for dogs with food sensitivities or digestive issues.

Grain-Free Recipe
Whole-Grain Recipe

Whole-Grain Recipes

Revel, Keen and Verve contain wholesome grains like organic rolled oats and organic barley.

About The Honest Kitchen

The Honest Kitchen uses the highest possible quality standards to create human-grade, FDA-approved food for dogs and cats. Their pet foods are made with fresh, whole food ingredients that are gently dehydrated to remove moisture, leaving the natural nutrients and flavor. The Honest Kitchen is a company of pet lovers committed to helping pets get on the path to good health with natural, wholesome food.

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About The Honest Kitchen


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, Sodium Selenite, Thiamine Mononitrate.

Customer Reviews

Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 151 reviewers.
Rated 2 out of 5 by Ribs poking out on THK and more than 3x the stool I have a 7-year-old GSD with a very sensitive stomach. The good news is we have gotten to 50% THK Embark and 50% chicken and rice and he is tolerating THK without diarrhea (unlike 8 other kibbles we've tried). But, the weight is just falling off of him. His ribs are poking out even after increasing both THK and his old food -- and I am feeding nearly 40% more than what THK recommends for an 80 lb active dog. The other downside is that on THK he is producing more than three times the stool (and we're only on a partial serving). And this is after waiting 15+ min to let the food re-hydrate (which tortures the poor guy). I haven't seen any real improvement in coat or energy so far, which is surprising at this price level. September 14, 2016
Rated 3 out of 5 by But my dog wont eat it. It seems to be a healthy food, maybe too much potatoes for my liking but I bought 2 flavors and my dog refuses to eat it. Wont even look at it. I bought the Embark and the one called Love. No luck with either of them. September 20, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Outstanding dehydrated dog and cat food I feel quite safe feeding Honest Kitchen to my Cocker Spaniel. He has never had any problem with it and I feel safe myself in handling this exceptional human grade dog and cat food. Both my pets eat Honest Kitchen with relish! September 7, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by It's definitely a cut above most of the rest My dogs (4 of them) like it well enough but prefer a break from it exclusively. I like it because it has more meat than most of the others I can afford. The portions seem small for my dogs when made as recommended and it therefore does not go as far or they get hungry more readily. Overall, I think it is a very worthwhile food for canines. August 28, 2016
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 my dog gets cutely excited at meal time We never tried non-kibble before. My Pom absolutely loves it!! He is literally begging for it. We still have some concerns about whether wet food is bad for dental health, though. So, we mix this with Science Hills, Blue,or Acana (we are rotating the food). August 14, 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 My dogs love this food I had to take my boys off of Acana Meadowland. They did not eat it. Switched to this food. It is a little strange because it is not kibble. It looks like pea soup. However there is no smell to it and my dogs are doing great on this. No belly upset when switching. I gave them 1/4 cup of that Acana and the rest of Honest Kitchen for two days. Then switched to THK. No Lose stools. August 9, 2016
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