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Honest Kitchen's Dehydrated Pet Food

Pampered Pals: Dehydrated Raw Food From Honest Kitchen

One of my favorite holidays is Thanksgiving – with the indulging and feasting on sweet potatoes, spinach, cranberries, yams, and . . . excuse me while I drool! Since we know that some kinds of people food can be dangerous, Honest Kitchen has come to rescue us from the guilt of eating yum yums in front of a pet – and confusion over what can be shared – by including those delish items (and others) in their special line!
Honest Kitchen's line of pet food is filled with 100 percent of the appropriate human grade goods (minus any wheat, soy, or corn to keep digestive systems healthy), which means that you won't wonder what is going into the chubby belly of your fave pet. It's all whole food, all the time, just dehydrated. Fans of Honest Kitchen have boasted about their pets' newfound energy, shinier coats, and all around better health. Prowl ($7-$50) is formulated for the felines in the house and Preference ($25-$52) is made just for your beloved pups. You can add the protein of your their choice to the food, but don't need to cook up an entire meal everyday! Would your furry family dig in?


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Kkkkkkkkkkk Kkkkkkkkkkk 9 years
Petsugar, I'd love you to do a really thorough post on pet foods, I'd love to know what most people are feeding their pets. My boyfriend's family recently lost their 8 year old Alaskan Malamout to a sudden mystery illness, and since then his mother has been researching pet foods, and honestly what goes into them is beyond repulsive and most likely dangerous (euthanised amimals, diseased organs??) and she feels Maddie could have been poisoned by something in her food. This is not to mention the horrendous animal testing practices used by Iams and most of the other major pet food manufacturers. Since then I've been trying to research a) the best possible food I can be feeding my cat, and b) a food that I can buy that gives the best of everything to my cat, without being implicated in the torture and death of hundreds of test animals. It's really proving to be a minefield! Right now I'm waiting for an order of a food called Orijins, made by a Canadiam company called Champion foods, which, ingredients wise looks pretty good, but I can't find them on any of the cruelty free lists, so I still don't know what their stance on animal testing is. If anyone has some good advice to give on this topic I'd really love to hear it!
NurseDeAnna NurseDeAnna 9 years
They should have samples at your local pet store. I got both dog and cat formula...none of my animals liked it.
karebear25 karebear25 9 years
very exciting. I have never seen these before. I am going to try them out. thanks.
ALSW ALSW 9 years
I'm not sure how much my kittens would like it, but I'm sure they'd try it! Not exactly picky...:)
cubadog cubadog 9 years
Cuba has been on a raw diet since he left the breeder and he loves it.
wakeupandora wakeupandora 9 years
this looks fun! I usually opt to divide whatever I make for dinner and give "portion balls" to the dogs. Last night they got tilapia, rice and sweet potato balls.
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