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The Honest Kitchen True StoriesTM

Browse 1244 stories of health and healing, from customers feeding The Honest Kitchen to their pet(s).

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meet Angel, age 5

I wish I could find the ultimate solution to help my "Angel" (yellow Lab) from the...
Products used: Keen, Embark, Force
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meet Glenn, age 2

Glenn Has always had itchy skin and ear infections. We switched from Merrick to The...
Products used: Keen, Revel, Embark
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meet Buddy , age

Being a multi cat house hold I have one that has issues with urinary blockages which can...
Products used: Grace
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meet Korben, age 3

I just wanted to share with you all how much our 3 year-old rescue Boerboel loves these...
Products used: Keen, Beams
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meet Katsu, age 6

Katsu was a stray and rescued by Saving Shibas in Los Alamitos California. When I adopted...
Products used: Embark, Force, Love
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meet Charlie, age 9.

Charlie is a typical lab - loves his food! But after 9 years, he was gaining weight, had...
Products used: Embark, Force, Force
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meet Trixie, age 11

Thank you Honest Kitchen! I have 4 dogs - Trixie, Harley, Tucker and...
Products used: Revel, Keen
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meet Olaf, age 7

When Olaf was a puppy, as a new Mom I wanted to make sure he was on a proper but...
Products used: Force
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meet Quinn, age

My foster puppy came to me malnourished and lethargic with bald spots and crusty dry...
Products used: Force, Halcyon, Love
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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.