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The Honest Kitchen True StoriesTM

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meet Rory, age 8

By 6 months of age, Rory was diagnosed with EGC (Eosinophilic Granular Complex) which...
Products used: Prowl
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meet Alfredo, age

Alfredo came to me as a foster from Col. Potter Cairn Rescue. He was my second. I was...
Products used: Keen, Thrive
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meet Mack, age 6

We adopted Mack in May, 2014. Mack had been in the "system" for a long time...four...
Products used: Zeal, Revel
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meet Luc, age 10

We adopted our male German Shepherd, Luc in 2010 when he was 3 years old and soon...
Products used: Preference
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meet Cyrus, age 8

My boy Cyrus is a rescue dog I got him at 10 months old. He will be 8 years in a few...
Products used: Verve
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meet Brice, age 6

Brice was diagnosed with IMHA in June 2015 and has been on many medications for the last...
Products used: Verve
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meet Bella Mia, age 7

Bella has had a full life. She's travelled more than the average pup and moved twice. ...
Products used: Force, Kindly, Preference
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meet Cricket, age

We got our little Cricket at 4 mo. from an top show breeder 2/09. She was over weight &...
Products used: Force, Halcyon, Beams
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meet Millie, age 4

I adopted Millie at 2 years old from Northwest Boxer Rescue. She was surrendered because...
Products used: Embark, Love, Zeal
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