Roxy is truly the dog I had been wanting a long time. She is sweet-natured, yet full of excitement and pep.
I give her lots of hugs, include her in our family outings, walk her daily for exercise, and feed her good food to keep her little body healthy and happy.
It is very important to me to keep her vaccinations up to date, and make sure she gets her monthly dose of heartworm and flea prevention. Yet, it is just as important, if not more to be providing her with the best food to fuel her body.
We were really happy to hear that she had been feed Iams prior to us picking her up and bringing her home. Once she was home we continued with a diet of Iams Puppy Food, and I see no reason why she won't continue on with Iams food throughout her adult years.
I know that the years will slip by quickly, though. Thankfully, Iams is also aware that dogs age and require different nutrition requirements as they get older.
Iams Proactive Health ~ Senior Plus
New Iams Senior Plus is designed to promote the quality of life as dogs and cats reach the senior plus stage. It addresses common senior health issues, including:
• Maintaining muscle mass
• Promoting ideal weight and body condition with a special formula that helps burn fat
• Boosting immune health to healthy adult levels with two times the antioxidants
• Maintaining healthy skin and coat health with Omega 6
• For dogs, helping to reduce tartar build up by up to 55 per cent with HMP (hexametaphosphate)
Do you have a pup who is now a senior?
In celebration of Iams new Senior Plus, they are inviting Canadians to visit Iams on facebook . Check out Iams Canada and create a pet profile, and your senior pal may be the Iams Senior Plus Pet of the Week!
Find out more!
- Medium and small dogs are in need of Senior Plus at 11+ years of age
- Large breed dogs should be switched to Senior Plus at 9 years of age
One lucky Canadian reader will win two free product coupons for Iams Dog Food. (good for any bag of food)
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