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DISCOVER IAMS TAILORED NUTRITION FOR DOGS
Nutrition tailored for your dog’s age, size and unique dietary needs.
IAMS™ MINICHUNKS LAMB & RICE
Your dog is unique... so why feed them the same generic food? With farm-raised lamb as the #1 ingredient, IAMS™ MINICHUNKS Lamb & Rice Recipe is full of the meaty flavor every dog loves. Formulated with 100% complete and balanced adult nutrition with no added fillers, it’s full of high-quality protein and other nutrients to nurture your dog’s muscles, keep their skin healthy, help maintain a strong immune system, and support whole-body health. Have a picky eater? The smaller kibble size is perfect for adult dogs of all sizes. So, when you feed your dog IAMS™, you can feel good knowing they’re getting the most out of every meal. Feed their uniqueness with IAMS™.
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Is Your Puppy Ready for Adult Dog Food?
As your puppy grows into an adult dog, he needs nutrition that keeps his body as strong as your love, and that means a high-quality, premium adult formula such as IAMS™ ProActive Health™ Adult MiniChunks.
Why Do Dogs Eat Poop?
Like any companion or roommate, dogs — for all their love and cuteness—have habits we just don’t understand. One question dog owners often ask their pets: “Why? Why would you eat poop?”
Feeding Tips for Your Teething Puppy
Puppies grow quickly and have special nutritional needs to keep their bodies strong. The most noticeable time is known as the rapid growth stage, which occurs between 2 and 6 months of age.
Is Your Older Dog Not Eating Like They Used to?
Does your older dog sniff at the bowl and walk away instead of digging in? It’s important to keep an eye on how much they’re eating — especially if they’re a senior.
Do Dogs Like Hugs?
Most humans recognize a hug as a sign of affection and friendship. In an IAMS™ survey*, 83% of dog parents say their dog likes hugs too. But how do dogs feel about them? Bring it in! We’re going to try and get our arms around this question.