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The Honest Kitchen Whole Grain Turkey Recipe Dehydrated Dog Food

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The Honest Kitchen Keen Dehydrated Dog Food is made with cage-free turkey, organic whole oats and simple garden produce. It is moderate in protein and fat, making it perfect for adult-dog maintenance and senior dogs. Keen was developed as a budget-friendly recipe for sensitive dogs who require high-quality, low-gluten nutrition.

Key Benefits

  • AAFCO complete recipe made with cage-free turkey, organic whole oats and simple garden produce
  • Moderate calories and protein, for adult dogs of all breeds and sizes
  • Made with minimally processed, dehydrated, whole-food ingredients in the USA, with no ingredients from China
  • No by-products, preservatives or GMO ingredients
  • Easy to prepare, simply mix food with warm water, stir well, wait 3 minutes and then serve with love!

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  • Item Number
    49093
  • Weight
    10.0 pounds
  • Breed Size
    Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds
  • Food Form
    Dehydrated
  • Lifestage
    Adult
  • Made in
    United States
  • Special Diet
    Low-Protein, No Corn No Wheat No Soy, GMO-Free, Human-Grade

Nutritional Info

Ingredients

Turkey, Organic Oats, Potatoes, Organic Flaxseed, Carrots, Cabbage, Organic Kelp, Apples, Honey, Garlic, 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.

Caloric Content

4,140 kcal/kg, 470 kcal/cup

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein 21.0% min
Crude Fat 15.5% min
Crude Fiber 5.0% max
Moisture 8.64% max

Feeding Instructions

Breed Weight Activity Level Daily Feeding (cup) Water to Add (cup)
Toy 1 - 10 lbs Average 1/4 - 1/2 1/3 - 3/4
Toy 1 - 10 lbs Highly Active 1/2 - 1 3/4 - 1 1/2
Small 11 - 30 lbs Average 1/2 - 1 3/4 - 1 1/2
Small 11 - 30 lbs Highly Active 1 - 2 1 1/2 - 3
Medium 31 - 50 lbs Average 1 - 2 1 1/2 - 3
Medium 31 - 50 lbs Highly Active 2 - 4 3 - 6
Large 51 - 70 lbs Average 2 - 2 1/2 3 - 3 3/4
Large 51 - 70 lbs Highly Active 4 - 4 1/2 6 - 6 3/4
Giant 71 - 90 lbs Average 2 1/2 - 3 3 3/4 - 4 1/2
Giant 71 - 90 lbs Highly Active 4 1/2 - 5 1/2 6 3/4 - 8 1/4

Mix food with warm water, stir well and wait 3 minutes, then serve with love!

We suggest dividing daily amount into 2 daily servings. For larger dogs adjust accordingly. These are only guidelines! Your individual dog's needs will vary with age and activity. You can add slightly more or less water than we suggest, according to your pet's taste. Refrigerate or discard any leftovers.

Transition Instructions

If your dog has never tried our foods before, we recommend starting out slowly. Over a period of 1 to 2 weeks or so, start by adding just a small amount of the Honest Kitchen (with water added) into your dog’s current meals. Gradually increase the amount of the Honest Kitchen while decreasing the amount of your dog’s original diet.

The Honest Kitchen may be mixed in with your dog’s current dry kibble, canned, raw, etc. However, we do not suggest adding in other extra ingredients during the transition if you can avoid it, especially if your pup’s system is very sensitive. After you’ve successfully transitioned your dog to the new food, perhaps after 2-4 weeks or so, and they are doing well, then you may consider adding in extra ingredients or introducing another honest kitchen recipe, etc.

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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  • Do dogs need to chew?

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    I'll start by saying my dog loves this food. When we switched to it six months ago her behaviour noticeably mellowed. She wasn't rowdy - typical energy for a 2.5 year old of her breed mix - she just seemed more comfortable. We added raw carrots and thawed green beans to bulk up fiber, which resolved some constipation issues. Admittedly, she's very food motivated. However, since feeding her this meat soup she has progressively become more fixated on food. Thinking she needed the crunch, I cut back the amount of food in her 2x/day meals and added the calorie equivalent of dry food to a treat ball. She always has an antler to chew on as well. Today she had a little behaviour blip that sealed the I'll start by saying my dog loves this food. When we switched to it six months ago her behaviour noticeably mellowed. She wasn't rowdy - typical energy for a 2.5 year old of her breed mix - she just seemed more comfortable. We added raw carrots and thawed green beans to bulk up fiber, which resolved some constipation issues. Admittedly, she's very food motivated. However, since feeding her this meat soup she has progressively become more fixated on food. Thinking she needed the crunch, I cut back the amount of food in her 2x/day meals and added the calorie equivalent of dry food to a treat ball. She always has an antler to chew on as well. Today she had a little behaviour blip that sealed the deal of my hunch that dogs need to chew their food, not lap it up. Well, my dog does at least. I don't think I'm anthropomorphizing - I believe the absence of chewing has devoid her of the satisfaction from the crunch and increased her desire for bones/treats/food where she can feel the tactile feedback of eating. This will be my go-to food if she needs it medically. But for now, we're switching her back to something other than meat soup. I rate the food, quality, etc. a 10, but I hesitate to recommend it as an every day food for dogs who don't medically need it. … more

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  • Great product and wonderful service!

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    My dogs have been on keen dehydrated food for a year now and they love it. I love they they are eating whole foods instead of processed kibble. They each lost several pounds in the first month I switched to the dehydrated food. My female dog had been struggling with bladder stones and her urine ph has been great since we switched to this food. Also, I was using another auto-ship service and it was really difficult to time when I would receive the food. Someone recommended Chewy and I was thrilled that the price was better and I also received a discounted first order.

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  • My dogs love it!!

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    I would give this 5 stars because my dogs absolutely love this food but the smell of the food once you add the water quite frankly is disgusting. I think it might be the garlic that is in the food but wow it's pretty bad. I can deal with it though because my guys have never been so excited to eat and that makes me as a dog mom super happy. We switch between the chicken, turkey and beef so this smell I only get every 3rd box :)

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  • Finally Food that Works for my Boxer

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    I have a rescue boxer who has had intestinal issues since day 1. I've tried tons of kibbles, preservative-free, grain free, organic, kangaroo, rabbit, bison, etc. Nothing would work -- loose foamy stools. Finally I tried this dehydrated dog food, and so far it is working great! His stools are finally normal, plus I've noticed he doesn't seem to have itchy skin nor does he flap his ears as he used to.

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  • Great product

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    I have a new dog whose bowels were not taking to anything really well. I finally tried this, using turkey as the protein source and adding grains back into her diet, and so far it seems to have worked. It’s super easy to make, and I make a batch that lasts about five - seven days, depending on the size of the lidded container I mix it in.

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  • Good quality product

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    All of the Honest Kitchen products are made with wonderful ingredients, are fresh, easy to store, easy to prepare, and the dogs really like them. I am confident my dogs are being fed a quality product. Some of the choices are quite pricey, but there are offerings for all budgets.

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  • Very easy to prep

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    And my dogs love it. I use it as an additive to their regular dry kibble because they are incredibly picky eaters. This gives added flavor and nutrition to their daily meals and is super easy to prep with just warm water.

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  • i'd eat it

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    it's a good supplement to my dog's dry food. i can control the amount of liquid in it, which is helpful. we like the turkey better than the chicken recipe going in (and coming out!).

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  • Terrific convenience and dog-approved

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    My dog has IBD and eats ground turkey, veggies, and oats most of the time. We recently took an extended driving trip, and the whole foods route just wasn’t working - messy, couldn’t keep the meat frozen, etc. So I researched and found Honest Kitchen dehydrated food. I wasn’t sure what to expect, but it smelled good when I made it, and I could see the oats and chunks of apple and carrot in the prepared food. My dog LOVED it. Maybe even more than her regular food, since it was warm (must be prepped with hot water). We got through the trip easily thanks to Honest Kitchen, and I’m keeping extra on hand in case we have to travel in short notice or even if I have a lazy day and don’t feel like cooking My dog has IBD and eats ground turkey, veggies, and oats most of the time. We recently took an extended driving trip, and the whole foods route just wasn’t working - messy, couldn’t keep the meat frozen, etc. So I researched and found Honest Kitchen dehydrated food. I wasn’t sure what to expect, but it smelled good when I made it, and I could see the oats and chunks of apple and carrot in the prepared food. My dog LOVED it. Maybe even more than her regular food, since it was warm (must be prepped with hot water). We got through the trip easily thanks to Honest Kitchen, and I’m keeping extra on hand in case we have to travel in short notice or even if I have a lazy day and don’t feel like cooking for her. Two thumbs up plus an enthusiastically wagging tail. … more

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  • The positive reviews were right.

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    We adopted two lab/shepherd mix puppies. We have always spoiled our dogs with high end kibble and decided to add wet food to their meals as a bonus. I saw the reviews for The Honest Kitchen and figured I would try the small box and mix it with the kibble. They loved it. I spilt one 1/2 cup serving mixed with warm water and split it on both of their bowls. It's enough to get the kibble wet and the pups totally enjoy it. We feed 3 times a day right now, and I only give them this in the morning. Their poops seem more firm and easier to scoop so I call that a big win. I just ordered the 10lb box and I'm looking forward to seeing how it affects their over all growth and well being. It's more expensive We adopted two lab/shepherd mix puppies. We have always spoiled our dogs with high end kibble and decided to add wet food to their meals as a bonus. I saw the reviews for The Honest Kitchen and figured I would try the small box and mix it with the kibble. They loved it. I spilt one 1/2 cup serving mixed with warm water and split it on both of their bowls. It's enough to get the kibble wet and the pups totally enjoy it. We feed 3 times a day right now, and I only give them this in the morning. Their poops seem more firm and easier to scoop so I call that a big win. I just ordered the 10lb box and I'm looking forward to seeing how it affects their over all growth and well being. It's more expensive, but it's worth it if it helps them maintain weight and be healthy. … more

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