Since joining the forum I've been bombarded with all the recommendations for Honest Kitchen
, and today I finally tracked down a store across town that stocks it. I picked up a 4 lb box of Pounce for the kitties, and a few samples of stuff for the chis- Keen, Embark and Zeal. So far I've given the cats their dinner, and they seemed to enjoy it, and judging by the way all the dogs were circling me like sharks as I mixed up the Pounce, I'm guessing they'll wolf theirs down too. I haven't totally decided on which ones I want to feed longterm...they're on Orijen now and really liking it, particularly Reese who normally isn't much of a foodie, but he has been so excited to eat since we switched and always finishes his meals. Since they like it so much I'm reluctant to switch all together, I'm thinking we will just do a few meals a week of HK and keep feeding the Orijen. I like the price of Keen, but it seems a little silly to me to be buying grain free kibble just to give it to them in HK form, and Reese can't have chicken or grains anyway, so I think we will do Embark and maybe a small box of Zeal just for Reese since it's so pricey.
My question, finally, is what "add-ins" do you do for your chis? The box mentions meat, fruits and veg, but I'm guessing most don't add anything other than meat. Thinking about RAW this way, I've realized it isn't the raw meat that puts me off, it's just the bone thing that scares me. So I wouldn't do meaty bones, but I think I'd be perfectly comfortable giving them raw meats.
What do you add, if anything, and how much do you add and how much HK do you cut back?
Thanks, sorry it turned into a bit of a ramble haha!
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