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Honest Kitchen's Dehydration Sensation

Honest Kitchen’s food may seem a bit odd when you first open a box of it – it simply looks like powder. When you add the requisite amount of water however, you’ll see that that powder is actually dehydrated meats and vegetables, and with that little bit of water, they are now rehydrated and ready to give your pet those vital nutrients and wonderful flavors they love so much. 151 more words

Pet Food

Companies We Love | The Honest Kitchen

Generally speaking, we are big fans of Honest Kitchen in this household. They are a non-nonsense brand that emphasizes using fresh, clean ingredients.

I’ve been feeding Rufus their… 223 more words

Dog Product Review

Something Just For You ~ The Honest Kitchen

The Honest Kitchen is my preferred pet food for Galaxy, Thornton, and Mr Twix. It truly is the one food that they flip out over. When I’m preparing their food my husband will ask what it is that I’m cooking because it smells so delicious. 148 more words


THK giveaway winner is a Taiwan dog

So busy lately! Finally here to announce the winners of our last Honest Kitchen giveaway!

Our runners up, receiving sample packets of Perfect Form, are as follows: 536 more words

Bowdu The Shiba Inu

REVIEW: The Honest Kitchen Force w/ GIVEAWAY (inc. Perfect Form)

Product: The Honest Kitchen Force
Quantity: 2 lb. trial package
Price: $21.99 via THK online*
Ingredients (all dehydrated): Chicken, organic flaxseed, potatoes, celery, sweet potatoes, apples, organic alfalfa, organic kelp, honey, pumpkin, green beans, cabbage, bananas, papayas, basil, 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… 1,200 more words

Bowdu The Shiba Inu

The Cost of things: May 2014

Don’t look now… it’s that time of month again.

This is my fourth year of tracking pet finances at the House of Two Bows. This is an ongoing effort to get a practical sense of what it costs to keep two 20 ~ 30 pound adult dogs in an area of the US with relatively high costs of living. 490 more words

Bowdu The Shiba Inu