|Price Per Unit|
|Top Ingredients||Beef, Potatoes, Peas...||Turkey, Potatoes, Peas...||Chicken, Potatoes, Peas...||Beef, Oats, Beef Liver...||Deboned Beef, Red Lentils, Whole Yellow Peas...|
|Health Feature||Digestive Health, Vitamins & Minerals||Digestive Health, Vitamins & Minerals||Digestive Health, Vitamins & Minerals||—||Vitamins & Minerals|
|Special Diet||Gluten Free, Grain-Free, High-Protein...||Gluten Free, Grain-Free, High-Protein...||Gluten Free, Grain-Free, High-Protein...||----, Human-Grade, No Corn No Wheat No Soy, Natural||Grain-Free, Limited Ingredient Diet, No Corn No Wheat No Soy...|
|Breed Size||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds||All Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds|
|Food Flavor||Meat, Beef||Poultry, Turkey||Poultry, Chicken||Beef||Meat, Beef|
|Food Form||Dehydrated, Dry Food||Dehydrated, Dry Food||Dehydrated, Dry Food||Dry Food||Dry Food|
Recently had to find a new crunchy Kibble for my dog and since he LOVES beef and I love that it's human grade ingredients, we decided to give this one a try. (Honestly anything "Honest Kitchen" has never been disappointing). He is crazy about this kibble (also got him the dehydrated Honest Kitchen veggie mix as a topper). Now he whines when it's meal time, and gets so excited for his food! He's also looking healthier & has alot more energy.
The ingredients are very good and my dogs love it. They are finicky eaters in their old age and have lost several teeth. The Honest Kitchen kibbles are more “puffed” than other kibbles so the girls are able to eat them even with a few molars missing. And beyond the wonderful new kibbles, I have to add that Chewy has been wonderful helping me with the transition into my dogs’ needs as they get older.
Well, I've purchased this brand in the dehydrated form and dry. My dog likes it and I keep buying the dry because it's cheaper. I also keep thinking the next "bottom of bag" (sometimes up to 1/4 of the bag) won't be powder. Well- it always is. Sometimes I add a little water to make a paste (like dehydrated) and my dog will eat that. I would recommend if you don't mind it being crushed to powder.
This is a new food for my dog and, as with many new foods, digestive issues arise. Once we get past that, I will review the product again. I gave it 5 stars because my statement would not go through submission unless I gave a rating. I am optimistic, so opted for 5 instead of 1.
My bull terrier said NO to this; we tried it for months. Also, there is plenty of dog food dust inside. I have no idea, but my dog likes full bags of food, not a pound of dust on the bottom from their food breaking apart in the bag.
My dog usually only likes about half the food I buy for her including treats. She likes freeze dried treats so I thought this would be great but she didn’t think so. That’s why I liked the small bags.
My little guy has a sensitive tummy and is also picky. We have tried about 15 foods over the last three years. He can’t tolerate chicken so the beef option is a godsend! He was using the honest kitchen food you mix with water as a puppy but got over the texture. We had resorted to cooking his own food and decided to give kibble one last try to make sure he was getting all the vitamins and minerals he needs. I’m so happy we did!!!!! Only complaint is towards the bottom of the bag is usually a lot of crushed kibble that turns into a powder.
Our picky 27 lb Welsh Corgi doesn’t eat that much to start with relatively speaking. So we were surprised & perplexed when she went on an unexpected, total hunger strike, & would not have eat at all for over three days until very hungry & then only enough to keep her going. She actually lost two lbs. and total behavior change along with it. Of course no food eventually affected her energy level & attitude. We took her to the vet & they checked basic bloodwork done for the possibility of any physical problems, confirming her excellent health. She had always primarily eaten Royal Canin which she was weaned on, from puppy formula switching to one year formula, & continued eating as usual for 18 months. (Also briefly tried Purina Pro for puppies.) She is always a little picky & truly prefers the high-end fresh or dehydrated raw foods & similar that we made the mistake of treating her to occasionally. Those choices are way over budget as the only food; Royal Canin is fairly pricey for a kibble as it is & she preferred it over similar foods until her strike. So glad & relieved to finally find this unique, quality compromise. So far she likes it but only beef, not the chicken. She is not so fond of the powdered stuff though i can sneak some in with the cluster food & using grocery store bone broth to rehydrate. I mix it at a 1:1 ratio for consistency close to canned food (& firm poop). It is the only food she will eat right now. Also i add a little cooked ground turkey pretty often. Would rate 4.5 stars if i could but can’t go 5 Stars because would like a 10 lb bag of grain free beef clusters. Maybe i am overlooking something. Seems odd to go straight to 20 lbs with over +$1 price difference without any “medium” size & corresponding price. At least she is eating again & back to her perky self. Thank You Lord, our patient vets at AMC, & Honest Kitchen.
I run a pet care business and use this food as treats. I only buy beef so I can accommodate any chicken allergies. For some dogs, it may not be high value enough for walks. 99% of my dogs responds well to it when I'm using it for behavior management at home or in the yard.
I have a foxhound & a greyhound, both with food issues. The nose beast is allergic to any fowl & the leggy blond has a sensitive stomach. In order to keep them both on the same food while dealing with the sensitivities of the nose beast & the additional macro needs of the leggy snoot noodle, I went through several brands with several macro compositions recommended by greyhound rescues. So many changed of them their ingredients mid-run & added chicken fats or some other fowl stuff. I landed on THK beef clusters, transitioned them both & have been feeding it for 6 months now. I use the dehydrated whole grain beef & the fish & oat as “gravy” to soften the kibble (snoot noodle has teeth issues as most greyhounds do so it’s too big & too hard out of the bag). They get “beef stew” for breakfast & supper & “surf & turf” for lunch. So far no issues on skin rash for the nose beast & the leggy blond feels all princess-y as she believes she must. I am very happy with this food & THK treat products as it has made feeding both easier & healthier.