Whole Grain Chicken Dog Food
Thrive Dog Food
A limited ingredient diet with just SIX whole food ingredients!
The Honest Kitchen Thrive dog food is a gluten-free dog food recipe made with free-range chicken, organic fair-trade quinoa and produce like sweet potatoes and spinach. Thrive dehydrated dog food is designed for dogs of all life stages including adults, puppies, pregnancy and nursing, as well as active adult dogs who need a performance dog food. It is well-suited for dogs who need a limited ingredient food since it contains no fruit and is also free of eggs, beef, fish, white potatoes, flax and alfalfa.
The Honest Kitchen Thrive is good for dogs who:
♥ Need a limited ingredient diet
♥ Are seeking a higher fat & higher calorie diet
♥ Do better with gluten-free quinoa
|Calories Per Dry Cup:||516|
|Life Stage||Highly Active
Puppies / Nursing
|Recipe Highlights||Higher Calories
Contains NO corn, wheat, soy or GMO ingredients.
All ingredients dehydrated: Chicken, organic quinoa, sweet potatoes, spinach, parsley, organic kelp, 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.
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. Learn more about how to make our foods >
Watch this short video to see how much food
is in one box and how long the box will last.
Thrive Dog Food customer reviews
134 reviews for thrive dog food view all
Written by Angelica | 3/27/15
Written by Christina | 3/1/15
Well, it did the trick. I mixed The Honest Kitchen with her kibble this morning and she gobbled it down. Definitely going to keep buying this for her. Anything to get her to eat.
Written by Rhonda | 2/21/15
Written by Brandon | 1/17/15
Written by Robin | 12/16/14
Written by Harley | 12/15/14
I occasionally mix in dry dog food (Blue Buffalo) just to enhance the texture. I'm no really sure if that is a no-no or not. I feel like she is licking her food instead of eating it. It may just be the way I'm making it, but the food is much more liquid than solid.
Overall, this is great food for my pup. I've been feeding it to her for the past 2 months. She is very healthy and is gaining weight at a great pace. She also has regular potty breaks and I haven't noticed a problem with the consistency of her stools.
This is a great product. I do recommend it to friends. I plan to keep her on it into adulthood.
Written by Julie | 12/14/14
Written by Samantha | 12/12/14
Written by jeff | 12/12/14
Written by Tracey | 10/29/14
Written by Jody | 9/18/14
He is very negative about feeding grains to dogs, and I guess I still have that bias. Yes, grains make food cheaper, but I feel like I'm compromising their diets by using a food with grain in it. It's bad enough that I'm so lazy I'm feeding them something other than meaty raw bones and raw vegetable mushes. From the Billinghurst standpoint, I'm cheating them out of enzymes, etc that are destroyed by heat.
But you have to be practical with so many big dogs. That was A LOT of raw meaty bones/green tripe, and a WHOLE LOT of VitaMixed veggies!
So, I've gone back to the grain-free foods.
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