Preference Dog Food
Just add meat! Preference™grain-free and gluten-free dog food is a base-mix made with sweet potatoes, coconut, pumpkin, celery and more. This natural, human grade 'foundation diet' offers an easy way to make homemade dog food recipes in your own kitchen. Preference meat-free dog food takes care of all the prep work, so you can add whichever meat or fish you would like.
Preference dehydrated dog food is an excellent option for dogs who do better without common protein sources (like chicken, turkey or beef), can’t tolerate white potatoes, or who just enjoy a little variety.
The Honest Kitchen Preference dog food is sold in 3 lb and 7 lb boxes. 1 cup makes 1 lb of fresh food.
The 1 oz samples of Preference currently do not have peas.
|Calories Per Dry Cup:||333|
|Life Stage||Highly Active
Less Active / Senior
|Recipe Highlights||Lower Calories
Contains NO corn, wheat, soy or GMO ingredients.
All ingredients dehydrated: Sweet potatoes, peas, cabbage, organic coconut, apples, spinach, pumpkin, bananas, celery, organic kelp, 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.
how much to feed each day
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.
Preference Dog Food customer reviews
197 reviews for preference dog food view all
Written by sharon | 10/24/14
Written by Shellie | 10/20/14
Written by Shellie | 10/20/14
Written by Phyllis | 10/19/14
My airedales had skin problems until I switched them to gluten free, grain free.
So I decided to give my rescue dog (Rachael) no grains or gluten. I like mixing my own meat. I shop at Whole Foods and give her clean beef and chicken.
I really like this product.
Written by Stephanie | 10/14/14
Written by Jean | 10/11/14
Written by Julie | 10/9/14
Written by Tracy | 10/6/14
Too early to tell if it will help his skin but so far so good.
Written by jorgine | 9/26/14
Written by Jody | 9/18/14
These are often 50# boxes, so you have to re-package in food-for-a-day bags and keep in your freezer. Mine comes frozen, because my butcher only has room to store the box in his freezer, I just use an ax to chop the 50# block into the right sizes, bag them, and store in my freezer.
I but them via a local abattoir, who also sells me 5-gallon buckets filled with scraps from butchering...spleens, gullets, the occasional green tripe (with the cow's stomach contents not washed out), etc. The tripe costs more, and it smells AWFUL, but the dogs love it, and it's a complete food for them by itself.
PS. You can also ask the butcher for the bone dust from his saw. It's like the "whipped cream" on a dessert..a delicious and very rich treat for them.
Written by Kathryn | 9/7/14
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