The Honest Kitchen Keen Dog Food Description
- Makes 40 lbs of Fresh Food!
- Ideal for Adult Dogs of All Breeds & Sizes
- Cage-Free Turkey
- Fruits & Vegetables
- 21% Protein & 16% Fat
- Low-Gluten Oats
- No preservatives, by-products, fillers, wheat, corn or soy
Keen™ is a hearty dehydrated dog food recipe made with cage-free turkey, low-gluten oats and garden vegetables like carrots and cabbage. Keen is crafted from ‘down to earth’ ingredients that provide great all natural nutrition. It's a penny-conscious recipe for picky hounds who deserve good food.
Keen is moderate in protein and fat so it’s perfect for adult maintenance. Lower in cost without compromising our values, Keen is ideal for dogs who do better without chicken, beef, eggs and fish.
We suggest dividing daily amount into two servings, one in the AM and one in the PM. Our foods must be hydrated with water before serving, but you can add slightly more or less water than we suggest, according to your pet's taste. Refrigerate or discard any leftovers.
Tips for Transitioning to The Honest Kitchen Food:
For dogs making the change from a processed diet of kibble or canned food, our food should be introduced gradually, over a period of four to seven days depending on your dog’s sensitivity. If your dog or cat is already consuming a varied, raw or home cooked diet, our foods can usually be introduced more quickly, over one or two meals.
Start by adding just a small amount of the Honest Kitchen (with water added) into your dog’s current meals. Gradually increase the amount of the Honest Kitchen while decreasing the amount of your dog’s original diet. This will allow the natural ‘friendly’ gut flora in the intestines to get accustomed to the new diet and become more efficient at digesting the new food.
How much you start with will depend on the size of your pup and how sensitive they are to change. For some, ¼ of the Honest Kitchen and ¾ of the original diet may work well. For more sensitive dogs, start with a smaller amount. For more robust tummies, you may try ½ and ½. Feel free to adjust the amount and schedule to suit your pup’s individual needs.
How To Make
470 calories per cup
All ingredients dehydrated: Turkey, organic oats, potatoes, organic flax, carrots, cabbage, organic alfalfa, organic kelp, apples, honey, 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.
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