Created by a vet nutritionist, The Honest Kitchen's grain-free Whole Food Clusters are 100% human grade and made with the highest quality ingredients: thoughtfully sourced protein, veggies, salmon oil, and probiotics. They are also available in small breed and puppy blends! Made with human-grade ingredients and handled with care, The Honest Kitchen's full line of complete and balanced foods, treats, toppers and supplements for dogs has healthy, wholesome options to satisfy every pup.
Whole Food Clusters are made with 100% human-grade ingredients in a human-grade facility using a gentler process than most dry pet foods.
The Honest Kitchen starts with nutrient-rich whole food ingredients that are cold-pressed into bite-sized clusters. Then, they are roasted and gently dehydrated into a whisker-licking, golden cluster.
Each recipe only contains thoughtfully sourced meat from a single protein source. No rendered meat meals here!
Supports Heart Health
These recipes are boosted with taurine and L-carnitine to help support heart health
Highest Quality Ingredients
Made with thoughtfully sourced human grade ingredients. No GMO ingredients, by-products, fillers, corn, wheat, or soy—ever.
Gentle processing, fiber-rich ingredients and probiotics help support healthy digestion.
To show the wholesome impact of whole food nutrition, The Honest Kitchen conducted an in-home Comprehensive AAFCO Feeding Trial to confirm that their foods provide nutritional adequacy and promote overall health in dogs.
Over 6 months, dogs eating only The Honest Kitchen foods were tested for signs of overall health and heart health using physical exams, over 80 lab tests, and echocardiograms from a board-certified veterinarian—all in the comfort of their own homes.
Since day one, The Honest Kitchen has been committed to crafting healthy foods for pets that meet human-grade standards and exceed expectations.
Honest Kitchen foods are made with wholesome, non-GMO ingredients that you can recognize and pronounce.
The Honest Kitchen only sources from folks they know and trust, including a few they started with back in 2002.
All recipes are made in a human food facility with safety standards 7x more stringent than those for feed-grade foods.
As a public benefit corporation, they prioritize social and environmental initiatives in their business practices.
Founded in 2002 by Lucy Postins as one of the pioneering human-grade pet food brands, The Honest Kitchen believes that the best foods are made with the best ingredients. That is why they only use real ingredients you’d recognize from your own kitchen, and only source from folks they know and trust—and who meet their uncompromising standards. It’s what they call The Honest Difference, and once you try it, you’ll see the difference it makes for your pets.
I have been using honest kitchen dehydrated for about five years now I have never had an issue with this brand but since the pandemic shortage we switched to clusters I have six rescue dogs and two are having yeast issues all of a sudden, I thought it might be because of the whole grain clusters so we switched to this, grain free and it has not stopped. It could possibly be because both whole grain and grain free clusters have egg in it and maybe my two dogs are having issues with egg
My dog likes this food and I like it too knowing that I am feeding him minimum processed food
I have 3 chow chow dogs all of whom are in the very best health possible. I believe the key to their wonderful condition lies in their continued use of Honest Kitchen.
I have had a lot of crumbs in the bag I got. I go to get a scoop, I have to tap it on the counter before I add it to their meals. If I don’t do that, my dogs would be eating a lot of crumbs. I understand that there probably will be some crumbs at the end of the bag but this just seems to be a lot!
My dog started out with the Grain-Free Turkey Recipe Tasty Whole Food Clusters and didn't favor it that much. Perhaps the bites were too big. But when I gave him the Grain-Free Chicken Recipe Tasty Whole Food Clusters in the Small Bite size, he did eat it, but didn't finish it. He would leave left overs and come back to eat when we didn't give him any treats or cooked meat. I then decided to buy The Honest Kitchen Butcher Block Pate in Chicken & Super Greens Pate and mix it with his cluster food and he finished it. So, he'll only eat his cluster food kibble mixed with the pate. If you have a picky eater like mine, try mixing as I did.
I was looking for a food that my picky girl would like and this one is a win! I love that it’s a human grade food.
Sorry to give Honest Kitchen a poor review, but this kibble wasn't soft enough even after soaking it in warm water for hours. My doggies turned their noses up at it. I'm glad I only purchased the small package.
I’m a very picky Yorkie. In my 7 years I’ve tried so many different brands of food. But we have finally found the one. So delicious and I clean my bowl. Which I’ve never done before.
I had been feeding the "I LOVE" brand for over 4 years. Coco refused to eat the kibble unless heated up in water. And a topping. Most recently she lost a bunch of teeth, and I started cooking her turkey or chicken with brown rice and veggies and mix in with kibble. Where she would root around the kibble and only eat the organic food I cooked. I researched many brands & ingredients, came upon the small breed chicken grain free from the honest kitchen. Her first bowl of warmed up kibble in water went down faster than heating up! That has been too weeks of 1 bowl in morning and 1 at dinner time. Still cooking the organic turkey, rice & veggies to mix with kibble. Both portion controlled. She's only ever gotten excited over dog food when I first brought her home as a rescue and now. She's 9 now, so her habits are changing. Now I'm getting a new puppy for Christmas and he's going on the same diet. Plus adding immune support to his diet due to having been with puppy mange. My furkids are spoiled til death. I just want them to have a good life & eat well. That's all Brandy
I mix this into my dog's grainfree kibble. It is a little pricey but has lots of high-quality ingredients.