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The Honest Kitchen and Orijen


(Montreal, Quebec, Canada)

When I don't have time to make my dog's food from scratch, I like The Honest Kitchen brand which is organic, human grade dehydrated food to which I add warm filtered water. My pooch loves it and it's high fibre content gives him consistent and well-formed poop.


I like their protein-free product called Preference, to which I add my own protein: either fresh fish or beef or my other favourite product: Orijen I don't give my dog chicken because I saw a documentary on CBC TV (Cananda) that showed that even organic chicken tends to have antibiotics in it (albeit less than the mass produced stuff).

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Honest Kitchen Preference NEW
by: Anonymous

I recently switched food for my 2 shelties due to the fact that my oldest is having problems with a high ALT and some hypothyrodism. I wanted to give them both the best I could in nutrition and found that the Honest Kitchen, Preference, lets me add my own meat to it so I know what they're getting. I feed them twice a day and they're always eager to eat. Last vet check and my dog's ALT had gone down substantially. It's still high, but I'm hoping it will keep decreasing.

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Honest kitchen isn't honest NEW
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There analysis isn't right. In one of their analysis the total formula added up to 92%.

To me, it looked like in some places they mixed up some units for dry vs wet. But when I called them to task on it, they said "8% isn't much.. It's just a rounding thing...

Really ...8%,... "Honest Kitchen". With than kind of honesty who knows what they do.

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