We are excited to tell you about another awesome sponsor of this year’s BlogPaws Conference. It is our friends at The Honest Kitchen. I met their fun representatives for the first time last year in Las Vegas. We have reviewed several of their scrumptious recipes since that time. Recently I received a box of Revel, which is their chicken recipe and then, we were given a Perk by Klout with a box of Love with ranch-raised beef. Today, the boys will give their opinions of Love.
Bentley: “Let me just begin by saying that I am an expert on Love. Before you ask, yes ma’am, I am referring to The Honest Kitchen’s dehydrated grain-free recipe of Love. They use human food grade ingredients with no by-products, fillers, preservatives or anything from China. That’s important to Pierre and me.”
Pierre: “Are you talking about me? Wait a minute. Are those two unopened boxes of The Honest Kitchen up there? Go get me the stool and I’ll fetch them for us.”
Bentley: “Mom is going to make it for our dinner. Do you see how she measured out the dehydrated food into our bowls? There is a handy dandy measuring chart right on the box.
All she has to do is add warm water and stir. Inhale deeply. I think that I can smell the beef, sweet potatoes, chard, pumpkin, cranberries and more! Good grief, there goes my drooler again.”
Pierre: “Is it ready yet? Can we lick the spoon? OMD! This is amazing. Do we really have to wait a whole THREE minutes for it to be ready to eat? Can a lovable fluffy Westie starve in that amount of time?”
Bentley: “I think that you will make it. Only a Basset Hound can succumb to starvation in less than three minutes. It’s a fact. Hurry up, Mom! You know The Honest Kitchen is a family business and they believe pets deserve proper food. I could not agree more!”
Pierre: “I am going to suggest that we pack The Honest Kitchen for our road trip. Since it is dehydrated, there are a lot of meals in one box and it doesn’t take up nearly as much room as those bags of dry kibble. Seriously, who wants to eat dry food every single day? It’s important to mix it up to keep us from getting bored.”
Bentley: “Mmmmm! This is incredible! Way to be awesome Mom! You are the best “just add water” cook in the world. I love you and we love The Honest Kitchen’s Love, too. I can’t wait to meet them in Nashville and hopefully
eat learn even more about their delicious food and treats!”
I received a box of The Honest Kitchen Revel and Love in exchange for an honest review. I was not compensated financially. Barking from the Bayou/mkclinton.com only share information about products that we use and believe that will benefit you as well.
We thank Kol’s Notes and Sugar the Golden Retriever for hosting Tasty Tuesday. Click their names to discover more recipes, reviews, and treats.