How do the Verve and Keen formulas compare in terms of Nutritional Analysis? Do you think it is wise to vary the Honest Kitchen formula I serve to my dogs?
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I switched both of my senior dogs (American Pointer & GSD) off of a prescription kibble diet to a raw diet supplemented with the Honest Kitchen Verve formula as recommended here. They are both doing VERY WELL and LOVE the Verve formula as much as their raw meats and bones! I am ready to buy a second box of the Honest Kitchen and for variety sake (and moving further away from grain) was considering trying a second formula, possibly the Keen. Other formula suggestions are welcome.
Questions: How do the Verve and Keen formulas compare in terms of Nutritional Analysis? Do you think it is wise to vary the Honest Kitchen formula I serve to my dogs?
Also, after seeing my senior dogs respond so well to their raw/Honest Kitchen diet I decided to switch my adult cats off of their prescription kibble too. They weren't sure about the Prowl at first, but I tried adding a little tuna water and now they love it with their chicken necks etc!
I'd rotate the formulas for variety. Keen is 21% protein, 14.5% fat, 4.5% fiber and 8.5% moisture. Verve is the lowest fat product, but unless your dogs are on a restricted fat diet, it should not be an issue.