|Price Per Unit|
|Top Ingredients||Dehydrated Duck, Dehydrated Sweet Potatoes, Dried Navy Beans...||Dehydrated White Fish, Dried Organic Coconut, Dried Chickpeas...||Dehydrated Turkey, Dehydrated Parsnips, Dried Navy Beans...||Dehydrated Beef, Dried Chickpeas, Dehydrated Sweet Potatoes...||Dehydrated Chicken, Organic Flaxseed, Dehydrated Potatoes...|
|Special Diet||Gluten Free, Grain-Free, Human-Grade...||Gluten Free, Grain-Free, High-Protein...||Gluten Free, Grain-Free, High-Protein...||Gluten Free, Grain-Free, Human-Grade...||Gluten Free, Grain-Free, Human-Grade...|
|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||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds|
|Food Flavor||Poultry, Duck||Seafood & Fish||Poultry, Turkey||Meat, Beef||Poultry, Chicken|
Consistency of this dog food is not good. Hard to mix in with dry and looks nothing like the real food in the pictures. A pasty gruel is the best way for me to describe. It's too expensive to use for all of my large dogs by itself. I have tried the beef and the duck. A few got the runs and a few won't eat either flavor. There is always some left over. It's convenient as a mixer but not sure if I will reorder. All that said, I have a friend who also has German Shepherds and she says her dogs love it.
We use this food as a topper and switched from with grain chicken formula because of allergies and this was the only duck only option. It def doesn’t get as good of a consistency as the grain one. And it is much more expensive than the chicken , so to have to buy the separate grain formula to mix with it for the right consistency is inconvenient. We ended up not even using this because my pups liked their new dry food enough not need a mixer.
I use this brand of food for years now, different flavours. I have large dogs and I mix small amount of this food with their dry kibbles. This way 10lb package lasts a bit longer. My dogs love their wet mix chow.
This is our standby for our oldest Lab (12 yo) and youngest Lab (4 yo). We use warm water to mix up the deliciousness for our pups. Even when switching from dry food, poops are solid.
Oz is in the very early stages of kidney disease and the vet put him on a kidney diet. I switched him from his regular proplan to the prescription proplan kidney about 4-5 months ago. He hadn't had regular poops since switching. His poop was always mushy and at the end, he'd tend to stain with some liquid. After a lot of research, I just switched to the honest kitchen. He's been transitioning for 5 days now and his poops are looking normal again. His breath is starting to smell better also. He gobbles this up. Only time will tell how he he does on this. I'm hoping it also helps with his coat. Oz is a 14 YO Aussie/Chocolate Lab mix with a double coat, arthitis, and low thyroid.
My dogs gobble this stuff up! They never turn their noses away. Yes, it's expensive, but look at the alternative. When you give them cheap food, you will a sick pet. I've had my dogs on this for years. Knock on wood...they have ALWAYS come out with a clean bill of health and ZERO CANCER. I'm sold for life. To me, it's like pay now or pay later. I'd rather enjoy my pet healthy and happy for years longer. I know you will agree.
My 11 year-old lab, who has a sensitive tum, loves this food. I got it instead of regular wet food, so it is less bulky to store than cans. I feel good about giving her different meats than just chicken or turkey (she gets sick if she eats salmon, beef, or pork). I already recommended this product to one of my clients.
I am very sad to say this product was very pricy and i was not satisfied with the food. I had so much high hopes for honest kitchen because I’ve heard nothing but good things about it. However, my 7 month old puppy did not like the food. I even took my time to easy him into it and try to transition him from his previous whole hearted puppy kibble dry food to the dehydrated food by mixing it together. After, three weeks of trying him to eat the food he would just not want it. The first week seem like he was interested but then he just wouldn’t want to get near it. Super devastated this did not work out for my puppy.
My pups usually don’t have this kind but since HK has been in low stock of what we normally purchase, it will be an alternative for this month.
I purchased the limited ingredient duck in place of the limited ingredient chicken which was out of stock for my 10 year old lab who has a very sensitive digestive system. The consistency is very different from the chicken, and rather pasty, but she seems to be doing well on it and really likes it. I don't expect to keep her on it after the chicken comes back in stock however because of the added expense and fat content.