The health benefits speak - and roll over - for themselves
When we eat well, we feel well. And the same goes for our pets. Itching, scratching, appetite woes, upset tummies and more, can all be linked to problems with food. Switching away from highly processed pet food to minimally processed, vibrant whole foods from The Honest Kitchen may be just what the doctor — or veterinarian — ordered.
Higher Energy Levels
We’ve noticed we have loads more energy when we pack a homemade soup or cold pressed juice for lunch, instead of grabbing something greasy from a food truck. It’s true for pups and kitties too when they eat minimally processed, whole foods. 74% of pets enjoyed increased energy levels after switching to our foods!
Just like people, pets can end up at an unhealthy bodyweight when they eat too many refined carbohydrates, salt or processed ingredients. Clean single-source proteins and balanced healthy fats in our recipes make for a lean, keen racing-machine physique in practically no time. 55% of pets with weight problems saw in improvement after switching to our foods.
Silkier Coat and Skin
Goodness going in equals a vibrant, outward glow. The skin and coat (and even the state of the ears) are one of the best ways to get a glimpse of your pup or kitty’s inner health. Since food’s a key pillar of total health and wellbeing, lackluster fur and irritated ears might mean a change in diet’s called for.
74% of skin and coat problems improved when pets changed to our wholesome fare, and 46% of ear infections cleared up too.
Tummy troubles can be a rather frustrating (and slightly embarrassing) pet health issue. Stopped up, soft-serve or smelly bottom-fumes can be signs that something in the food isn’t agreeing with them. Healthy whole food goodness, antioxidants, soluble fiber, (and a strict absence of cheap fillers and tough-to-digest by-products) can help get the tail end back on the straight and narrow.
75% of pet’s digestive problems improved or resolved when their owners chose our healthy fare instead of old-fashioned kibble and cans.