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    @LynnA-We are talking about the honest kitchen dog food.
    Thank you, I looked it up - pretty neat.
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    @LynnA-Lola really likes it and smells wonderful! I think all the vitamins in the food will be good for her and I like that it's human grade and a small USA based company!

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    @LynnA-Lola really likes it and smells wonderful! I think all the vitamins in the food will be good for her and I like that it's human grade and a small USA based company!
    I took Otis to the vet this morning and he wants me to get Otis on a food that has less then 23% protein in it because he's just a smidge (lol 64.8lbs) overweight. Maybe this will be a great alternative - looking forward to hitting the nearest Pet Life to check it out.
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    @cowsmom - how much water do you add to they dry Honest Kitchen food when you prepare it for your dogs? when I mix mine, it's 1/4 cup dry then I add 1/2 cup HOT water and let it hydrate for about 5 minutes before I add it to their kibble. but like @sweetpeasmom2008 said you can play with the amount of water to fit the consistency to what they like best.
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    @cowsmom - how much water do you add to they dry Honest Kitchen food when you prepare it for your dogs? when I mix mine, it's 1/4 cup dry then I add 1/2 cup HOT water and let it hydrate for about 5 minutes before I add it to their kibble. but like @sweetpeasmom2008 said you can play with the amount of water to fit the consistency to what they like best.
    yea I've played around with more n less water n they don't want to eat it unless I put something in it. I've used another dehydrated food n it was the same. I'm going to keep adding in the yogurt n try another flavor.

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    @cowsmom- sounds like a good plan! I hope you find a way that they will eat it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cowsmom View Post
    yea I've played around with more n less water n they don't want to eat it unless I put something in it. I've used another dehydrated food n it was the same. I'm going to keep adding in the yogurt n try another flavor.
    that's actually a great idea ... might just copy you and try that for my kids
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    Quote Originally Posted by bulldogs4me View Post
    that's actually a great idea ... might just copy you and try that for my kids
    Awsome my boys really seem to like it n its good for them. I buy a big tub n its definitely cheaper than canned food. It only takes a spoonful

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    @cowsmom - do you use plain yogurt or do you give them flavored?
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    @cowsmom - do you use plain yogurt or do you give them flavored?
    your supposed to use plain but I was afraid they would not eat it n waste the tub so I got vanilla

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    @cowsmom - sigh of relief ... I like to give mine vanilla too! when I make them frozen treats I use honest kitchen then top it with yogurt or peanut butter and freeze in a little bone shape container that I have it makes 12 treats
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    Good idea! I made Lola banana peanut butter treats over the summer but never thought of a mold!

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