I've used it before, the only reason I stopped is the cost, combined with the amount needed to feed, made it really expensive. They talk about how it rehydrates to x pounds of food but then if you look at the instructions for feeding (and not just that but the amount I was feeding based on calories my dogs needed), it ends up lasting about the same as a similar sized bag of food (before rehydration) so it is very expensive. If that makes sense?
For example I think one of my dogs was eating 2 1/2 cups of this food, and that is before rehydrating; which is the same or more than what I fed when I was feeding kibble-- except the Honest Kitchen food costs about $30-40+ for a 3-4 pound bag versus the kibble was maybe around $3-4 a pound IIRC... So that ends up being very expensive over time.
However it is a good food, although I would not say it is as good as raw, and keep in mind the food is heated somewhat in the dehydration process.
I would say raw > dehydrated food > kibble.
If you want packaged food, another option is pre made raw, such as Nature's Variety makes.
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