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Categories: Dog Food and Feeding Dogs & Puppies , Honest Kitchen Dehydrated Food

Q. Which Honest Kitchen food would be more favored for a picky/finicky eater?
Hi Cindy,

I have three Danes between the ages of 14-17 months that I?m feeding the Wellness Core (grain free) Ocean formula. I am thinking about substituting the can mix in that I?m using in conjunction with their kibble with the Honest Kitchen, but wondering which one would be more favored for a picky/finicky eater. One of my Danes is petite and its hard to find something that she really is ?crazy? about enough to keep eating and maintain her weight. Its amazing what 3-5 lbs can do on a large dog w/ a smaller build. Also, now much would I mix in and how?

Thanks!!!
Amy

A. I’d probably recommend replacing the kibble with the Honest Kitchen and adding additional meat or doing a separate small meal daily of Honest Kitchen. Whenever I have a dog that needs to put a bit of weight on, I add an extra small meal or two to their feeding schedule.

Any of the grain free formulas would be fine, I think Force and Embark are our best sellers. I’d be glad to send you some samples if you provide your mailing address.

Cindy
  
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