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Ideal for active adult dogs and puppies of all breeds and sizes
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Love Dog Food

**10 lb box estimated back in stock around 8/12**

Just like the name implies, Love is a dog food that dogs love! The Honest Kitchen Love dog food is a gluten-free recipe made with dehydrated Midwestern beef and produce like sweet potatoes, chard and papaya. Love dehydrated dog food is a higher protein, higher fat, natural human grade dog food. It's perfect for all life stages, including puppies, pregnancy and nursing as well as active adult dogs, who need a performance dog food.

The Honest Kitchen Love is good for dogs who:
♥ Can’t have grains or gluten
♥ Need to avoid egg or poultry
♥ Need a higher calorie, low carb diet

our food is dehydrated

Calories Per Dry Cup: 514
Protein 31.00%
Fat 16.00%
Carbohydrates 35.00%
Life Stage Highly Active
Puppies / Nursing
Recipe Highlights Higher Calories
High Protein
Low Carb
Grain Free
Gluten Free

Contains NO corn, wheat, soy or GMO ingredients.


All ingredients dehydrated: Beef, sweet potatoes, potatoes, organic flaxseed, organic coconut, parsley, chard, papaya, cranberries, pumpkin, honey, tricalcium phosphate, choline chloride, zinc amino acid chelate, vitamin D3 supplement, vitamin E supplement, potassium iodide, potassium chloride, iron amino acid chelate, copper amino acid chelate, thiamine mononitrate.

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how much to feed each day

Dehydrated dog food feeding recommendations

We suggest dividing daily amount into two servings, one in the AM and one in the PM. Our foods must be hydrated with water before serving, but you can add slightly more or less water than we suggest, according to your pet's taste. Refrigerate or discard any leftovers. Learn more about how to make our foods >

Some pups like our food immediately and some need a slower introduction. Click here to learn how to transition your dog to our food and also find some tips for those especially picky pups!

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Written by Amanda | 7/29/15

I usually use the base mix and add a protein, which my pup loves... but on days when I don't have chicken or beef prepared for her, this is her FAV!!! She loves the beef recipe and it is such a great option when I'm short on time.

Written by amanda | 7/27/15

My dog was getting tired of her current grain free food. I decided to try Honest Kitchen food and she LOVES it. The bowl is licked clean! I am pleased that there are grain free formulas.

Written by francisco javier | 7/21/15

tengo una perrita english bulldog de 2.5 anos que habia sufrido mucho de alergias y es muy selectiva con su comida el veterinario habia recomendado comida hipoalergenica pero no le gusto no la comia y un amigo me hablo sobre esta comida y parece que si le encanto

Written by Kimberly | 7/13/15

My little girl dances and prances about while I am whipping her a bowl up. She loves it. I used to make my own homemade dog food and freeze it. This is so much easier. Thanks

Written by Rhonda | 7/7/15

We've tried all of the grain-free options, including Zeal. Our dog loves them all. I'm especially pleased with Love because raw beef can sometimes be a little rich, and this gives us another very healthy option. I would rate it a 6 if it included sweet potatoes instead of white potatoes, or if THK presents a limited-ingredient beef option without white potatoes. :-)

One other note... There is always discussion about cost when raw feeding comes up. Granted, our dog weighs only 17 lbs, but his meals from THK cost about $50 per month. A decent quality canned food would be $60. I understand that everyone's budget is different, but we feel this is a good price for an excellent product.

And finally, as of this week, we've added a second dog to our family, and she's begun the transition to real food. So far, so good! She's a happy girl!!

Written by Gina | 6/27/15

My very picky German Shepherd with G.I. issues absolutely love this food. Great quality and he eats it right away.

Written by Ryan | 6/8/15

So far my Labrador, Dodger loves this food. I wanted to find something healthy and natural for him to eat instead of highly processed kibble. He has only been eating it for a few weeks, but so far so good!

Written by Desiree | 5/23/15

Tried this formula when it first came out and it was a big hit at our house. I've been feeding raw for nearly 15 years and Honest kitchen is one of the few "pet" foods I can feed without guilt.

Written by Tiffany | 5/9/15

I bought the small sample packet of this and my dogs love this more than they love eating the kibbles. Will definitely buy more.

Written by Ashley | 5/4/15

We transitioned our German Shepherd puppy from a not-so-great kibble to LOVE because it has the perfect nutrition for a large breed pup! He licks his bowl clean, so this obviously tastes good. We are happy that he's eating real food. We all win! :)

Written by Amber | 5/2/15

My dog loves this food. He is a picky eater, but honest kitchen love wins for him.

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