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The Honest Kitchen True StoriesTM

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meet Rip, age 1

Rip was born October 1, 2016. I had just lost my soul dog to epilepsy a few months...
Products used: Love
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meet Hershey, age 10

We adopted Hershey from a shelter when she was a year old after she was transferred from...
Products used: Zeal, Keen, Embark
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meet Tony & Ninja, age 1

Tony and Ninja LOVE their THK food! (prowl), they also enjoy all the cat treats THK has...
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meet Willow, age 3

This is my story on how I was introduced to Honest Kitchen and why it saved Willow’s...
Products used: Love, Force, Embark
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meet Hana Banana, age 7m

I saw Hana at a Rescue event, and it was love at 1st sight. Shortly after adopting her, I...
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meet Jake, Teagan, Juliette, age

I am so glad that I have learned the benefits of providing proper nutrition for my dogs....
Products used: Keen, Revel
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meet Bentley, age 6

Bentley has always had a very touchy stomach. We have frequently had to deal with him...
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meet Rosie & Simba Obi, age

Rosie, my 7 year old goldendoodle, is a human trapped in a dog's body and she's a little...
Products used: Revel
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meet Ghillie, age 8

Ghillie is a sweet, well tempered and very spoiled Bichon. She is a healthy 8 year old...
Products used: Keen, Embark, Turkey Proper...
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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.