Love - Honest Kitchen Dehydrated Dog Food
- Low carbohydrate
- For puppies and active adults
- 100% human food grade
5 out of 5 stars
based on 1 reviews
Today the truck brought me my box of THK - Love - and I re-hydrated 1 tbsp of it and placed it under his kibble. He inhaled it! He hadn't been a voracious eater, actually showing less interest in his food than I expected, and I thought it was just the transition to a new home - NOT. He licked and licked the bowl until it was shiny! He bit the bowl and picked it up.
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Love - Dehydrated grain-free & gluten-free dog food, all life stages.
A recipe for ALL LIFE STAGE dogs made with hormone free beef, sweet potatoes, potatoes, organic flaxseed, organic coconut, parsley, chard and more
100% Human Grade from farm to bowl, FDA approved
Real, healthy, whole food ingredients
Just add water, Ready in 3 minutes
Made in the USA, No Ingredients from China
Beef, sweet potatoes, potatoes, organic flaxseed, organic coconut, chard, papaya, cranberries, pumpkin, honey, 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.
Calories Per Dry Cup: 514
One cup of dehydrated food will make about 1 lb of fresh food. A 4 lb size holds about 17 cups and makes about 17 lbs of fresh food. A 10 lb size holds about 43 dry cups and makes about 43 lbs of fresh food.
After rehydration, a process that takes just ten minutes, these foods should be consumed right away. Any left over food should be treated like fresh food, and refrigerated or discarded.
Puppies and active adult dogs, particularly those with food sensitivities to grains, gluten, eggs and those who need a low carbohydrate diet
Leerburg® policy to only accept unopened foods or treats as a return for safety purposes.
5 out of 5 stars
I brought my new puppy home 3.5 days ago and got the kibble he was being fed so I could ease him into better food (raw).
Today the truck brought me my box of THK - Love - and I re-hydrated 1 tbsp of it and placed it under his kibble. He inhaled it!
He hadn't been a voracious eater, actually showing less interest in his food than I expected, and I thought it was just the transition to a new home - NOT.
He licked and licked the bowl until it was shiny! He bit the bowl and picked it up.
Because I am changing him over carefully I only gave him more kibble as he seemed to be so hungry after his attack on the bowl but when it was just his plain kibble he only ate a few pieces and was peckish when he did so - he wanted more THK.
Tomorrow little buddy, you will get more tomorrow.
The above is my post and I want to tell you how much I love this site and how amazing it is to have all the information at my fingertips to absorb. The members on the forums have jumped right in to help me and I have a lot of your videos and products but the food - I wasted a ton of money in trying to feed my older dog right (which gave me huge vet bills as her food wasn't balanced and that resulted in a lot of skin and bowel problems).
When I brought home the new pup I wanted only the best for him and hoped he would like it.Ã‚Â Well as you can see from my post - like doesn't even come close to it.
Thank you so much for existing.