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WHAT’S THE IAMS® DOG FOOD DIFFERENCE?

 
HEALTHY SKIN & COAT

Healthy Skin & Coat

 

Our foods include fatty acids from fish oils, which promote excellent skin and coat health.

HEALTHY SKIN & COAT

HEALTHY DIGESTION

 

Beet pulp is added to our food to help your dog maintain intestinal health and aid his or her ability to absorb nutrients.

Healthy Energy

Healthy Energy

 

Our customized mix of protein and carbs contribute to healthy energy levels for your dog.

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Her coat looks much better and she has more entergy than ever
 Her coat looks much better and she has more energy than ever.  - Tracy, MN
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  Keeps his energy levels high.  - Sheppard AFB, Texas
 
What. A. Difference. He definitely has more spunk in his step and longer playful moments.
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He bounces with joy when he knows it's meal time.
  He bounces with joy when he knows it’s meal time.  - Milford, CT

Frequently Asked Questions

 

With thousands of different pet foods available, how do you pick the one that's right for your dog? Start by identifying the dog's life stage, lifestyle, and any medical conditions. Next compare food quality, decide on dry or wet food, compare ingredients, and finally do a price comparison. IAMS® has a full line of foods designed to accommodate a wide range of needs. Learn More

We recommend a 7-day transition. Start by mixing 75% of the old diet with 25% of the new diet for the first two days. On the third and forth days, mix the old and new diets 50/50. By the fifth and sixth day you can feed 75% new diet mixed with only 25% of the old diet. By the seventh day your dog will likely be ready for his or her new diet exclusively. Every dog is different, so be sure to pay attention to your dog’s progress and adjust the transition if needed.

Nutrients such as protein, fat, vitamins, and minerals play important roles in the skin and coat health of dogs. Your dog’s coat is made up almost entirely of protein. Vitamins and minerals important to your dog’s skin include A, E, C, and B2, biotin, zinc, and copper. Without the right quantity and quality of these essential nutrients, your dog’s coat will become dry, weak, and brittle or fall out. Learn More

Good nutrition is as important to your dog’s health as it is to your own. But your dog’s nutritional needs are quite different from yours! In general, while a good human diet generally is high in fiber and low in fat, a dog needs more fat (for energy and a healthy skin and coat) and less fiber (for good intestinal health).
IAMS® believes dogs are best fed as carnivores because they have simple stomachs and short intestines that are ideal for digesting animal protein and animal fat. Dogs also can use carbohydrates for energy. Learn More

Beet pulp is an important source of fiber that helps your dog maintain intestinal health and can promote his or her ability to absorb ingredients. Basically, beet pulp is the material that remains after sugar is extracted from sugar beets.

IAMS® is available in most major grocery stores and pet specialty retailers as well as online. Find the store nearest you. Buy Now

We believe that the right diet can do amazing things for pets, including boost immunity, help burn fat, help maintain muscle, help promote healthy digestion, aid in weight loss, and reduce tartar buildup.

Some of our most important ingredients are:

Beet Pulp

Chicken

Corn

Fruits & Vegetables

Salmon & Oceanfish

Wheat

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