Caring for a Three Legged Dog or Cat
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12 May 2018
1 October 2017
I bought Honest Kitchen because it was mentioned in the Dog Cancer Survival Guide as a good option. I also thought it would be easy for travel. It wasn't bad, the girls ate it. It was easy and would be good for travel, but I decided the best for us would be home cooking for Fallon, which also meets all those attributes, but admittedly can be time consuming. We had some HK around as a fallback for when the home cooking wasn't ready, and we used it up. I'll probably buy again as a "just in case" meal, but it's not our go-to food, it's a first level alternative.
Fallon 8/28/06--9/6/18. My Heart.
Fallon's left front leg was amputated due to osteosarcoma on 10/11/17.
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25 April 2007
We loved Dr. Harveys and Wyatt enjoyed it tremendously. But we found that the texture and consistency of Honest Kitchen makes it easier to hide his pills and supplements, so it's our go-to meal topper (blended with a good grain-free kibble).