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The Honest Kitchen True StoriesTM

Browse 1328 stories of health and healing, from customers feeding The Honest Kitchen to their pet(s).

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meet DIesel, age 2

This stuff is AMAZING! We rescued Diesel a little over a year ago. He had come...
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meet Pippa, age

We started Pippa on THK as soon as we brought her home at 10 weeks old. She is a healthy,...
Products used: Love, Embark, Revel
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meet Flower, age 10

Flower was rescued as a tiny kitten with her sister, Thumper. Somehow they survived,...
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meet Borys, age 3

Borys has Protrusion of the Rectum and food allergies. he is on 3 different prescription...
Products used: Love
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meet Amelia Bedelia, age 4

Amelia is a Cavalier Kings Charles Spaniel mix. She has some health problems and we...
Products used: Brave
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meet Sierra, age

We love Honest Kitchen!Sierra is our rescue pup and she has been with us a while.We...
Products used: Turkey Proper Toppers
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meet Sierra, age

We love Honest Kitchen!Sierra is our rescue pup and she has been with us a while.We...
Products used: Keen, Turkey Proper Toppers
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meet Haruka, age 1

Haruka was rescued and he had digestive problems until we got him on honest kitchen. I...
Products used: Love, Keen, Force
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meet Gizmo, age

Gizmo was rescued from a kill shelter in southern Illinois then came to me straight from...
Products used: Brave
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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.