|Price Per Unit|
|Top Ingredients||Dehydrated Beef, Organic Oats, Organic Barley...||Dehydrated Turkey, Organic Oats, Dehydrated Potatoes...||Dehydrated Chicken, Organic Barley, Dehydrated Potatoes...||Dehydrated Beef, Dehydrated Sweet Potatoes, Dehydrated Potatoes...||Dehydrated Chicken, Organic Flaxseed, Dehydrated Potatoes...|
|Special Diet||Human-Grade, Low-Protein, No Corn No Wheat No Soy...||Human-Grade, Low-Protein, No Corn No Wheat No Soy...||High-Protein, Human-Grade, No Corn No Wheat No Soy...||Gluten Free, Grain-Free, High-Protein...||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||Meat, Beef||Poultry, Turkey||Poultry, Chicken||Meat, Beef||Poultry, Chicken|
I have a yorkipoo with pancreatitis and just rescued a border collie mix that also showed symptoms of pancreatitis. I feed the yorkipoo Honest Kitchen whole grain base mix with chicken or turkey breast and use the beef whole grain for my rescue, who was having loose stools on higher fat foods. The minimum fat of the beef recipe is 8.5% and my rescue dog is doing well on this and loves the taste. I did try this for the yorkipoo, but she has never done well on beef and she did not like the taste. I have found personally that when dogs don't like something, it is usually because they don't do well on it. So highly recommend trying if your dog has pancreatitis and does well on beef. Otherwise, the whole grain base mix is a great solution at 5% fat, however, YOU MUST ADD MEAT, the amounts of which Honest Kitchen posts clearly on the box. Five stars
I have 3 large breed dogs. One with a sensitive stomach. This food has worked wonders for her appetite. All three love it. Two of them get it as a topper, one as a full meal.
I recently changed my pups from Hills Science to Honest Kitchen and their stool has never looked better! One is a puppy and the other is a senior. For the longest time I had my senior on a prescription diet but noticed that his stool would always be loose. Once I switched his diet, he lost weight, hasn’t had digestion issues and has had solid stool.
I love how easy this food is to use!!! The shelf life is great too!!! Best of all my dogs love it. I mix half kibble and half Honest Kitchen. They lick their bowls clean!!!!
I've used the dehydrated chicken and the fish before. Thought I would change it up a bit. She seems to accept it well although we've had a few mornings where she's just refused it. I'm not sure if it's just summer heat or if she's tired of it. It has also occurred to me that she might just like the ability to pick it out of the bowl and drop it on the floor before eating, so I switched off to HK chicken kibble for a couple of days and now she's eating the beef again. I do think it is a good product and will continue to use it as long as it is accepted.
We have tried all different types of dry dog food and our dogs won't eat most of them. Until Honest Kitchens beef dry food. We don't need to add enhancements to get them to eat, they like it just the way it is.
Got it for all my pups in place of the raw food when I can't make any. Easy to rehydrate but only 1 out of the three dogs eat it. And the one that eats it now only will eat it and not his dry. What have I done.
I have 6 small rescue dogs and rotate between Honest Kitchen, homemade, and raw. The pups thats came in rough condition are now healthy and happy. Within a few weeks of transition, their coat is soft, their tear stained eyes are much less watery, no more itching. Honest Kitchen helps me feed my puppies well with a busy schedule.
I have fed my Lucy the Chicken Recipe and she loved it. This beef recipe she has rejected. There are too many chew oats (I almost used the word flaccid, but thought that might not be nice). It's soooo expensive and now I have a full bag and I ordered the chicken.
Was intrigued especially human grade. Was very expensive, but when Dox stopped eating kibble of last 6 months, thought I would give it a try. Food reminded me of some homemade recipes I used to make for our previous two dogs when they were elderly with health issues. Dox loved it for about two weeks. Then the novelty wore off and she began avoiding her bowl like the plague. So I added the beef broth and that garnered a lick or two. Now I add a small Amount of can food and she will only take a few bites. I really like the food quality, but unfortunately on my budget it is too much money to spend on something I have to hand feed the dog. Will continue searching for a quality dog food that won’t break the bank and the dog enjoys.