Kindly Grain Free Dog Food Base
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No Corn, Wheat, Soy, GMO

100% Human Grade

Just add water

Made in USA

Made with Dehydrated Whole Foods

No byproducts, preservatives

Grain Free Base Mix Dog Food

Kindly

recipe highlights

• Base mix, just add meat!
• Free of grains, fruits and potatoes
• Perfect for adult and senior dogs
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$59.99
7 lb box: makes 29 lbs
  • 7 lb box
    $59.99
    $59.99 $56.99 makes 29 lbs
  • 3 lb box
    $30.99
    $30.99 $29.44 makes 12 lbs
  • 4 x 7 lb boxes
    $229.96
    $229.96 $218.46 save $10
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Product Description Kindly is a delicious grain-free and gluten-free base mix that skips out on fruits, potatoes and grains but still holds onto the healthy vitamins and minerals your sensitive hound needs. Just add water and your own choice of raw or cooked protein. It’s like making a home-cooked meal without all the prep work and never-ending dirty dishes.
Base mix, just add meat to create a balanced diet.

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Ingredients

All ingredients dehydrated: Carrots, organic flaxseed, parsnips, peas, celery, organic coconut, pumpkin, chard, organic kelp, marjoram, garlic, tricalcium phosphate, choline chloride, zinc amino acid chelate, vitamin D3 supplement, vitamin E supplement, potassium iodide, potassium chloride, iron amino acid chelate, copper amino acid chelate, sodium selenite, thiamine mononitrate.


All ingredients are processed in the USA in a human grade food processing facility. They are non genetically modified and free of any chemicals & preservatives.

Calories per Dry Cup 370
% Protein 13.5
% Fat 10
% Fiber 12.8
% Moisture 6.2
Non GMO Project VERIFIED

The Non-GMO project officially verified that this product has been produced according to consensus-based best practices for GMO avoidance.

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I started using The Honest Kitchen Kindly grain free base mix after 2 of my mixed-breed dogs were diagnosed with mast cell tumors. My veterinary oncologist and Dr. Demian Dressler (The Dog Cancer Survival Guide) recommended The Honest Kitchen foods. I make the base mix according to directions, using half water and half chaga mushroom tea (powerful cancer fighting and antioxidant compounds) as the liquid. I add chicken which is cooked at low temperature in a crock pot (high temps may release cancer causing compounds). My dogs LOVE this food and are healthy and happy. They have had no digestive issues switching from our canned/dry food we used prior (Halo), which was also recommended by Dr. Dressler, but the product was recently changed and now includes soy protein in the dry food, which is a "no-no" for dogs with mast cell tumors. We also travel in an RV with our dogs, so the dehydrated food will be easy to store and use on the road. Highly recommend.
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This is an easy way to get into preparing home cooked meals for your dog while you are still learning and it's also a huge time saver. My dog doesn't tolerate carrots well but with how finely they grind them, he has had no issues digesting! Now I can alternate base mixes and give him more variety!
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I have been doing a lot of research to get my dogs off of grain-free kibble and The Honest Kitchen name kept coming up during my research so we decided to try it. I ordered both Kindly and Preference to see which ones they liked better and they gobbled both of them up...licking their bowls clean. We chose Kindly since there are no potatoes in the ingredients but it’s nice to know we have Preference to go back to if they need a change.
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I love to have found an easy way to insure my dogs get the nutrition they need with raw meat. My senior long haired dachshund had a very dry coarse dull coat. Now he is soft and shiney. My Yorkies eye booger free and the both are bundles of energy. My dachshund never finished his food before. Now they can't wait. I mix with ground grass fed beef , lamb or turkey . I had a dachshund who had seizures and eventually died. I think it was the commercial food. I feel better knowing they are getting the highest grade food I can give them and so do they.
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2 standard poodles who were on very high quality kibble and one or other would have issues. Kibble is bad no matter the brand. We switched to THK base mix kindly and add a protein. No more expensive trips to the vet. They been on it for 4 months and love it.
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