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The Honest Kitchen Force


The Honest Kitchen Force



Average Customer Rating: 4.44 out of 5
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n. Strength or Power, Dynamism, Might, Energy, Life.

The Honest Kitchen designed FORCE (grain-free) for adult maintenance, senior dogs, or dogs who need a lower calorie diet.  This formula contains free-range chicken, potatoes, celery and green beans.  Force is a grain and gluten free formula that is also free of eggs, beef, or fish.

Life Stage

Adult Maintenance; Senior dogs; moderate/less active levels.

The Honest Kitchen Force formula is available in 4 lb. and 10 lb. bags. 

Feeding
Hydrate with fresh, warm water. After hydration, a process that takes just 5 minutes, these foods should be consumed right away. Any leftover food should be treated like fresh food, and refrigerated up to 48 hours or discarded.

The Honest Kitchen Force Ingredients:
USDA Free-range chicken (32%) , organic flaxseed (10%), potatoes (10%), celery, sweet potatoes, apples, organic alfalfa, organic kelp, honey (1.5%), pumpkin, green beans, cabbage, bananas, papaya, basil, garlic (.50%), 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.

The Honest Kitchen Force Guaranteed Analysis:
Protein 24%; Fat 15%; Moisture 8.5%; Fiber 6.5%

For extra SAVINGS purchase our 4 pack of the 10lb boxes!



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1. Mary Anne on 7/14/2011, said:

My dogs love "FORCE" and so happy to be on a raw diet. I also include Raw Turkey Necks with their meal. I only wish shipping were cheaper to Alaska..
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2. Pat on 12/5/2010, said:

My 5 dogs loves this food, however it is not helping my 1 dog with severe allergies. She itches even more after eating it.
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3. Anonymous User on 2/21/2010, said:

My two Bichon Frises love this food. They have food alergies and this product is excellent for this reason.
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4. Sheena on 2/21/2010, said:

I love this product. I have a min pin/terrier who has very dry itchy skin. I mix this with raw meat and it is working out great!
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5. anonymous on 9/5/2009, said:

We&#39ve been using HK Preference and mixing our our chicken in it &#40which is fabulous&#41, but with a trip coming up I thought it would be more convenient to use Force with chicken already in it. We received our box this week and when I opened it the aroma was so wonderful I mixed up a batch for my golden retriever right then. It smelled even better hydrated and I ended up tasting it before I gave it to her. Force is wonderful&#33 Meggie loves it and the fiber in HK foods keeps my senior dog&#39s tummy in good shape. We&#39re never going back&#33
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6. anonymous on 3/2/2009, said:

Our 18 month Golden Retriever male is on a rotation raw diet, primarily Volhard Natural Diet. Every now and then, I feed HK Force or Preference for variety and to make sure that he develops a strong immune system&#59 most importantly, to prevent any allergies from ever developing. We&#39ve noticed he thrives on both Force and Preference whenever we incorporate Honest Kitchen into his raw diet. I add raw ground pork, 80&#4720 beef, lamb, chicken or Mackarel&#47White Fish or cottage cheese + apple cider vinegar &#38 cod liver oil. His skin is healthy and coat absolutely shiny and has never had any stomach issues with these mixes. He is full of vitality and his eyes are bright and happy. Not to mention, it is super easy to clean after our dog&#33 As far as the other mixes with dehydrated meat, I have tried the Keen, Embark, &#38 Thrive but my dog loves the aroma of the Force the best &#40we&#39ve done a taste test and Force was the preferred choice&#41. Caveat&#58 I try to stay away from foods with spinach since too much oxalic acid can interfere with calcium absorption. But needless to say, we have been so happy with Honest Kitchen&#39s attention and Hearty Pet for outstanding service. One of the greatest things about Honest Kitchen as well is that you can always call them for advice on what to add to their mixes without unbalancing the dog. And Tracy at Hearty Pet has been phenomenal&#33 Great service and thank you&#33
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7. anonymous on 12/20/2008, said:

This is a great way for the everyday owner to feed fresh whole foods. They make is easy to feed alone or for someone to add extra meats and other foods. It&#39s not all that expensive since 10lbs is actually 43 pounds of food. To the reviewer who stated they were disapointed, that&#39s not a reason to rate it so low. I mean not every dog food will work for every dog. Not to mention that there are lots of dogs who take several weeks to transition to a new food, so having diarrhea isn&#39t all that strange.
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8. anonymous on 12/3/2008, said:

I tried this food because my dog has a grain & gluten intolerance plus she is a very picky eater. The price of this stuff is very high and my dog won't touch it. What little she did eat gave her diarehea. The result I had hoped for was not worth the price.
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9. anonymous on 10/13/2008, said:

I don't see why this product was rated so low- especially with no explnation. My only two problems with it is that it is expensive (but at the same time I pay for it because I think the quality of ingredients make it worth it), and this particular formula has spinach in it which I hear can interfere with the absorption of calcium. I feed Orijen kibble with it to stretch it out longer. My dogs love this food though. My husky who once didn't care much about mealtimes now can't wait to eat. I will just rotate with other HK formulas so they don't get too much spinach.
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