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The Honest Kitchen True StoriesTM

Browse 1309 stories of health and healing, from customers feeding The Honest Kitchen to their pet(s).

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meet Titus, age 2

In March of 2016, my husband and I had the worst scare of our lives. Titus, our 18 month...
Products used: Love, Preference
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meet Elaine, age

Elaine had very little interest in food ever since she was a puppy! We tried a number of...
Products used: Force
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meet Churchill & Chapel, age

Churchill, our English Foxhound (a very picky eater), has always had a sensitive stomach....
Products used: Force, Brave, Turkey Proper...
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meet Bascom, age 1

My pet is a bit of a picky eater and I want to make sure that he has the best food...
Products used: Embark, Chicken Proper Toppers
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meet Gritzie, age 7

Gritzie and her littermates was abandoned at a vet's office without their mother. The...
Products used: Grace, Pro Bloom
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meet Winston, age 6

Winston is a rescue kid, and also a Parvo survivor. Winston was always a good little...
Products used: Love, Zeal, Force
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meet Savannah, age 7

Savannah is "tripod" who is missing her right front leg. She came into rescue that way...
Products used: Love, Force, Embark
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meet Remi (AKA "Noodle"), age 5

Remi is 5 years old and she has an under active thyroid, which makes it hard to keep her...
Products used: Love, Force
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meet Serena, age 14

My 14 year old dog was diagnosed with Chronic Renal Failure earlier this year. She...
Products used: Force
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True Stories™ testimonials are for informational purposes only. The information is not a substitute for expert veterinary care. True Stories are written by actual customers, and represent their own observations. Results are not guaranteed, are not medically substantiated, and may not be typical for other pets.