In the past we've tried feeding our dog, Venus, a raw diet, but it honestly became overwhelming and expensive (meat is not cheap in our area, even scraps from the butcher) fast. I cook meals for Venus when I can, but due to some health issues between myself and my husband, we've been relying heavily on store-bought dry foods more than anything lately.
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For 30 days we'll be trying out The Honest Kitchen, which is pre-packaged dehydrated raw food including not only meat but healthy fruits and vegetables as well. Some varieties also include grains in the mixture, but we chose a grain-free variety due to Venus' allergies.
Preparation seems simple enough so far - just measuring out a scoop of the dehydrated mixture, and adding it to a measured out amount of warm water. After letting it sit for a couple minutes to rehydrate, I stir it up and feed it to Venus. For reference, she weighs about 20 pounds and is fairly sedentary in her old age.
We've been feeding The Honest Kitchen: Limited Ingredient Grain Free Turkey Recipe for about a week now, and so far so good! I'll check in again in another week to let you all know how it's going!
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