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The Honest Kitchen True StoriesTM

Browse 1276 stories of health and healing, from customers feeding The Honest Kitchen to their pet(s).

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meet Ein, age 2

My dog is losing weight and much more active
Products used: Marvel, Nuzzles, Ice Pups T...
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meet Ninja , age 9

My cat weighed 25 lbs and lost 5 pounds on the honest kitchen food he looks great and...
Products used: Grace, Prowl, Wishes
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meet Rosie, age 10

Rosie was diagnosed with diabetes in May 2014. She was at that time 26lbs. She was...
Products used: Thrive
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meet Twilight, age 5

As a dog trainer, a dog's mental and physical well-being is always my top priority which...
Products used: Keen
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meet lucy, age 5

Meet my beloved Lucy. As many sad stories go Lucy was dumped by her family...
Products used: Marvel, Wishes, Beams
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meet Baby, age 8

Baby and I met after my older sister and I rescued her mom while we were in college...
Products used: Prowl
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meet Luna, age 5

My sweet Luna has skin allergies and she is a little bit overweight. I have been so...
Products used: Revel
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meet Cooper, age 8

I adopted Cooper back in April. He came from a home where he was fed McDonald's...
Products used: Verve, Verve, Verve
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meet AngelBaby, age 3

Our Angel was a rescue from a great local humane society but she had some health issues -...
Products used: Kindly, Thrive, Beams
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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.