Amazon: The Honest Kitchen 4lb. Human Grade Dehydrated Dog Food Only $33.13 Shipped

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Hop on over to Amazon where you can score The Honest Kitchen 4lb. Human Grade Dehydrated Grain Free Dog Food for just $33.12 shipped when you clip the $15.28 coupon and opt to Subscribe & Save.

This dog food is made with no by-products, preservatives or GMO ingredients and is grain free. You just need to add water and it’s ready to serve to your dog! Four pounds of dehydrated food makes up to 16 pounds of food.

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Comments 6

  1. Kathy

    Thank you H2S! Worth a try for my picky little dog.

    • Holly (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      You’re very welcome! I hope your pup enjoys it!

  2. Ava

    Hey guys ~ please be careful about grain free dog foods. FDA has found that grain free dog foods lead to heart probs in dogs. We feed our dogs grain free are re-considring now.

    • Mindy

      Do you have an article on this you can post?!

    • CourtneyAmanda

      I reached out to Honest Kitchen and following is the founder’s statement.
      Hi Courtney,
      Thanks for reaching out! Below and attached I have included a statement from our company founder Lucy Postins. Please let me know if you have any further questions or concerns. Kind Regards,
      ReneeCustomers and Retail Partners,Last Thursday, the FDA released an announcement that they are investigating a potential link between foods with peas, lentils, other legumes or potatoes as their main ingredients and the suspected increased occurrence of Dilated Cardiomyopathy (DCM).While we know this announcement may cause alarm, we’re monitoring this issue closely, and we feel you should continue feeding our foods with absolute confidence.• The FDA press release mentioned there may be a potential link among foods with a high percentage of peas, lentils, other legumes or potatoes as their main ingredients. However, we always formulate diets with meat first, and the majority of the protein in our complete and balanced foods is from animal-based sources. Furthermore, we use legumes or white potatoes in only select recipes and in moderation in our dehydrated foods.• There is a suspected link between DCM and Taurine levels (an amino acid that is necessary for heart health). Our complete and balanced diets contain the recommended AAFCO levels of cysteine and methionine, for healthy taurine production in canines. Also, taurine is naturally occurring in our complete recipes, due to our high concentration of animal-based protein.• Based on our staff veterinarian’s comprehensive review of all the currently available research, we don’t have any reason for concern at this time regarding the safety of our diets. Also, the press release mentioned the FDA has already been in contact with a number of brands with diets in question, and we can share that we have NOT been contacted by the FDA to date.Since 2002, we’ve been producing products that make a meaningful, positive impact in pet health. We incorporate quality, safety, and integrity into our formulation and manufacturing processes in order to ensure that our products provide the best possible nutrition, and we want to assure you that we continue to feel great about feeding our diets to our own pets!Ultimately, your pet’s health is our number one concern. We are continuing to closely monitor the study from the FDA with our team of veterinary partners, and we will keep you posted as new information becomes available.Lucy Postins, Founder and Chief Integrity Officer

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