Rated 5 out of 5 by MASR Great REAL food
Our Tibetan Terrier has terrible stomach issues and they seem to get worse as he gets older (he is now 7). He tends to tolerate one food one time and then months later, develops issues such as vomiting, diarrhea and refusing to eat. (Side note - he is healthy - just food sensitivity concerns) Switching to a new food is a nightmare because no matter how slowly we introduce the new food, there are major diarrhea problems that can only be settled with a prescription (and then the pills cause more problems) After switching to Honest Kitchen products, we no longer have any problems! Sure, he gets picky once in a while but we just switch up the flavor from beef to chicken etc and we are back in business. PLUS - no stomach problems when going from one type of Honest Kitchen food to another! We don't even need to slowly introduce the new food. It can be expensive to keep him on this diet but it beats the cost of trying new foods and spending my nights taking him outside every hour.
May 26, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by MJRP Very happy
My three dogs loved this food specially the beef flavor. And for me the most important thing is that it's healthy and perfectly balanced. It is real food. Preparation takes 5 minutes but totally worth it.
October 17, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by LMcCulloch Good for you and your dog
Do you have a picky dog? Sometimes they'll eat what you put in front of them; sometimes not? Well, that describes my dog Peaches. As a basset hound she's suppose to like all things food - she's the exception to the rule.
I try to find the best food possible and hope she'll eat it - well Honest Kitchen fills both categories. It's a bit pricey, but if you add up all the money I've spent on food she won't eat - this works out just fine.
Highly recommend Honest Kitchen.
September 22, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by JazzMom Great Food
I started feeding HK when my 15 month spoiled (not rotten) little girl started turning up her nose to high grade kibble mixed with canned food. I include HK in rotation along with the kibble. She goes to day care M - F, so kibble is easy for that and she plays so much she'll eat it. The HK is for home when she is more "particular". I have gotten into a bad habit of feeding her by spoon - but it is nice quality time and I know she is getting good nutrition. No gas, poop has been fine - no issues.
September 14, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Becca Best American Human Grade Dog Food
My almost 8 year old schitzu/poodle mix developed kidney stones. Bottom line I refused surgery opting to try this food and herbal supplements. It worked! Love this "mushy" food. Top of the line dehydrated food is so much better than kibble that is treated with chemicals and preservatives to maintain shelf line. In the long run, most dogs at middle age get issues such as crystals/stones. My dog was on Blue before, an at first was hesitant with this.
But, over time has grown accustomed and loves it now. I had grain free chicken, now will try the grain free beef. Just like kids, at first if dont suceed, try again. It will save alot of money and potential heartache in long run.
August 23, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by KathyC Have Tried with 3 of 4 dogs
And they all love it. Don't feed it to my 16 yr old - he is happy with his food. But the other three are 4 months old, 3 year and 4 year old bichon breeds. (cavachon puppy, bichon 3 yr old and poochon 4 year old.) They all love it. I mix it with their Fromm's and they are very happy. Cleared up my poochon's eye stains. I use Embark for the puppy (and sometimes the beef one) and Keen for the other two. All good.
August 28, 2016
Rated 2 out of 5 by Jackie Not what I thought
I'm not sure what I thought this was going to look like but it's literally green mush. My dog would not go near it. Didn't smell very good either.
August 17, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by Dixie Our picky maltese did not like this food
Our 12-yr-old, 8 lb maltese is a picky eater and has periodically experienced some pancreas/liver/kidney issues over the years. When she gets sick, she refuses to eat and will never go back to her regular food, which has been canned Natural Balance Venison and Sweet Potato for several years. She is even refusing rice and stewed chicken now. I bought this food hoping she would find it appetizing. She sniffed it, took one lick, and now won't go within a foot of her food dish if it's there. The food is totally different than I expected as well. It's basically a lumpy powder, and when water is added per the directions, it looks like greenish-gray oatmeal. Her rejection of the food is probably due to her pickiness or illness, but the food doesn't look or smell appetizing to me either. I'll keep looking for something healthy for her that she will eat!
April 27, 2016