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Thrive Dog Food
|Ideal for active adult dogs and puppies of all breeds and sizes||
|516 calories per cup|
Thrive™ is a gluten-free dog food recipe made with free-range chicken, organic fair-trade quinoa and produce like sweet potatoes and spinach. Thrive is a natural dehydrated dog food that’s designed for dogs of all life stages including adults, puppies, pregnancy and nursing, as well as active adult dogs who need a performance dog food.
Thrive is a naturally low carbohydrate diet, which vets often recommend for cancer recovery. It is also well-suited to dogs who need a limited ingredient food since it contains no fruit and is also free of eggs, beef, fish, white potatoes, flax and alfalfa.
33 reviews for thrive dog food view all
Written by Annie | 10/8/12The HK dehydrated products are outstanding. We have a Belgian Malinois who has had a sensitive stomach since he was a puppy. Loose stools and vomiting are both issues for him, so when we put him and our other dog on HK a few years ago, we immediately noticed his stools were firm and the vomiting stopped. Even though this product is pricy, its well worth the cost. We use it as a supplement to their other food, so we dont use a lot, but even half a cup to a cup twice a day mixed in the food makes all the difference in their digestive health.
Written by Jeff | 10/4/12I want people to know about how dramatically Honest Kitchen food changed our lives. We have a beautiful, loving, and happy doberman that is spoiled with constant love and attention. It was hard to watch as her sensitive stomach turned to inflamed and infected anal glands. Ill leave out the not so pleasant details but lets say that the infection caused externally noticeable symptoms. Our vet gave us 2 options, 1)a lengthy 6-8 months process of eliminating foods to look for an allergy, or 2)surgery to remove anal glands accompanied by months of recovery. We have spent our savings on surgery for our last dobe and flat out did not have the money to go that route. We were forced to deal everyday with soiled dog bedding and constant monitoring of her rear end. We came across Honest Kitchen food at our local pet store and was sent home with samples. We ended up purchasing a box and have been feeding it every day since. Our finicky dog waits by the bowl at feeding time and what's more..WITHIN 1 MONTH HER GLAND PROBLEM COMPLETLY WENT AWAY AND HAS NOT COME BACK!!! She is thriving and healthy. We LOVE this food. THANK YOU!!
Written by Toni | 9/16/12Giving it all the stars you have! I have a Lagotto Romagnolo puppy who needed to put on some weight. Every time I increased her food she got very loose stools. She was on a grain-free diet, high quality. Since we started Thrive and mixed it in with a nice quality dry she has put on weight and her stools are solid as a rock : ) ONLY complaint is the amount of stool shes double-pooping, about 10 minutes apart, and there is enough that you would think she is a a 35+ lb puppy and not 16 pounds! She currently gets 2/3c Natural Balance Duck and Sweet Potato, and just under 1/3cup Thrive. I am cutting the dry down to 1/2 cup. Do you think this will help, or should I be feeding less Thrive? I cant afford to feed Thrive by itself, so thats why Im mixing it. She LOVES Thrive, the squealing and throwing herself into her crate to eat is hilarious. BTW, I am a pro-trainer and I am recommending this site to all my clients now. Thank you! Toni
Dehydrated free-range chicken, organic quinoa, sweet potatoes, spinach, parsley, organic kelp, rosemary, 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.
- Protein, 26.00%
- Fat, 19.00%
- Fiber, 6.30%
- Moisture, 7.26%
- 516 calories per cup
- Full AAFCO Nutrient Profile >
how much to feed each day
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.
For feeding tips and serving sizes, visit our How To Feed page.