Some folks like to feed grain-free because grains irritate their dog’s tummies. Keep in mind that “grain-free” does not equal “low-carb,” and so this food does not exactly match Dr. Dressler’s dietary guidelines for the dog cancer diet … and yet, if you want a commercial brand that is high quality and grain-free, this is a great bet. Comes in several different proteins, each one with a different flavor profile. We often use this food as the base of our home-cooked dog cancer diet.
Why We Recommend This Brand
“What should I feed my dog with cancer” is the number one asked question we get at DogCancerBlog.com. The answer is not simple, just like cancer and dogs are not simple. There is no “magical food” that will kill cancer. However, there ARE foods that will fight cancer and support the body. The best diet is a homecooked diet. But if you need to use commercial dog food, using food from The Honest Kitchen is close to home-cooking.
That’s because this company uses human-grade food, manufactures to human-grade standards and is dehydrated, not cooked.
When you spoon out the dehydrated food and add a little warm water, you get a balanced, nutritious, REAL food meal for your dog. Use as a base to the home-cooked Dog Cancer Diet Dr. Dressler recommends in The Dog Cancer Survival Guide, or use as the standalone meal.
The Honest Kitchen has literally dozens of options for you. None of them are completely in alignment with Dr. Dressler’s anti-cancer diet, because his diet is not a diet a healthy dog would need. However, you can trust this brand’s quality and cleanliness and integrity.