For anyone that feeds Honest Kitchen, do you feed the same amount as you did dry?  I'm thinking about switching Foxy and got some samples but after the transition not sure how much to give her.  Of course they offer suggestions, but I always feel like it's more than they really need.  I was also thinking about possible feeding her kibble and honest kitchen.  Any thoughts on that?  Thanks.

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Comment by Melissa and Franklin! on February 26, 2014 at 8:45pm

I feed Honest Kitchen in the morning and kibble at night

Comment by Melissa and Franklin! on February 26, 2014 at 8:45pm

I feed the same as I feed the kibble but I rehydrate it before measuring the amount

Comment by Marcie on February 26, 2014 at 5:04pm
I feed Becca a mix of HK and Blue kibble. She gets 1/3 cup dry HK mixed with 2/3 cup water and 1/4 cup Blue in the morning. Then she gets 1/4 cup Blue mixed with some warm water for supper. She used to get more kibble, but began gaining weight with less exercise this winter. I decided to do less kibble than HK. Becca is a corgi who thinks everything is food, but she loves the HK. I use Force most of the time it is grain free.

The only complaint I have is it is hard for me to find. The store I get it from is way out of my way. A four pound box lasts about 5-6 weeks though. It is available for home delivery from the HK website as well. I have thought about switching to that.
Comment by Becky Focht on February 26, 2014 at 3:23pm

Gosh that makes perfect sense I never thought of comparing calories lol.  I was just thinking in terms of measurement.  I also use a measuring cup to be more precise. 

Comment by Priss, Charlie & Kaylee (PK) on February 26, 2014 at 3:18pm

I would suggest with looking at your current food and calculating the number of calories you give per day. The HK website lists the calorie content of each food. From that information, I would feed the equivalent number of calories in HK as you did with the current food and adjust as needed. I would do the same thing if you plan on mixing the two foods. 

Obviously, this doesn't have to be super exact. We do use a kitchen measuring cup for day-to-day consistency though.

Comment by Leslie Ross on February 26, 2014 at 2:42pm

I was looking into HK. There are feeding suggestions on their web page.

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