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*1 cup makes 1 lb of fresh food

Preference - 7 lb box
$54.99
Preference - 3 lb box
$28.99
Preference - 4 oz trial size
$3.50
Preference - 1 oz mini sample
$1.00
Preference - 4 x 7 lb boxes
$209.96
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Preference Dog Food

Base-mix, just add meat to create a balanced diet

12% protein

6% fat

333 calories per cup

Just add meat! Preference™ is a grain free dog food base-mix made with sweet potatoes, organic alfalfa, coconut, pumpkin, celery and more. This natural, human grade 'foundation diet' offers an easy way to make homemade dog food recipes in your own kitchen. It takes care of all the prep work, so you can add whichever meat or fish you would like.

Preference is an excellent option for dogs who do better without common protein sources (like chicken, turkey or beef) or who just enjoy a little variety.

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Written by chris | 1/7/14

our little lowchen (16 lbs) eats a locally made raw meat diet, supplemented with honest kitchen's preference. his breeder told me about it. i really like the idea of a balanced, varied recipe i can add to his meat, with some of the nutrients he would get from the bunny's stomach contents (to be blunt). i appreciate someone else going to the trouble to gather and prepare all this good stuff for us! i tweak his diet further with superfoods. but i know i have a baseline of good consistent nutrition going into my lil dude, especially if i get a little lazy....mac enjoys his food most heartily. he gets 1/8 lb meat mixed with 1/8 cups rehydrated preference for one of his twice daily meals, and a straight 1/4 lb meat (with a tad of whatever i have that we are eating - chopped broccoli, collards, etc) as his other daily meal. this regimen works very well...proportions are perfect for his taste. i tried more preference but he was not as enthusiastic. if i forget to thaw out his meat, i can resort to one of hk's other meals, which he snaps up quite happily.

Written by sharon | 1/7/14

Baxter is a 4+ year Peekapoo. He has been eating Preference mixed with raw for 6 months. I have always had a hard time, no matter what, keeping him at an ideal weight. He weighed 22 lbs his whole adult life. Well, I found the raw diet food I was feeding him had an inaccurate calorie count disclosed and searched for something new. I'm so glad I found Honest Kitchen Preference. It's perfect for him and after just 6 months, Baxter lost 2 lbs and is happy, beautiful and healthy.

Written by barb | 1/6/14

Clyde the "Lucky Labrador" loves Preference! His coat is shiny, his ears are clearing up and we are now 12 weeks without a seizure and lowering his Phenobarbital in hopes the new food will keep him seizure free!

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Ingredients

Ingredients

All ingredients dehydrated: Sweet potatoes, organic alfalfa, cabbage, organic coconut, apples, spinach, pumpkin, bananas, celery, organic kelp, honey, 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.

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how much to feed each day

Preference base mix dog food recommendations

Download Preference Feeding Guidelines.

We suggest dividing daily amount into two servings, one in the AM and one in the PM. Our foods must be hydrated with water before serving, but you can add slightly more or less water than we suggest, according to your pet's taste. Refrigerate or discard any leftovers.

Visit our How To Feed page for feeding tips and also see how long one box will last.

For a veterinarian consultation about feeding Preference to dogs with specific health concerns, contact Dr. Laurie Coger DVM.


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