Small Puppy Breeds Dog Food

IAMS™ PROACTIVE HEALTH™ SMART PUPPY (SMALL AND MEDIUM BREED)

IAMS™ Tailored Nutrition
Not all dogs are the same, so why feed them the same generic food? IAMS™ brand understands that every dog is different, and we respect those differences. That’s why IAMS™ brand provides a wide range of premium recipes tailored to meet the unique needs of different dogs, so that dogs of all shapes and sizes can be at their best, today and every day.

 

PRODUCT OVERVIEW

TRAINABILITY
OMEGA - 3 DHA

SUPPORT STRONG BONES
CALCIUM & PHOSPHORUS

NATURAL DEFENCE
VITAMIN E

NUTRITIONAL INFO

Poultry Meal Low Ash, Corn, Wheat Whole Grain, Chicken Oil, Palatant, Sugar Beet Pulp, Di-Calcium Phosphate, Fish Oil, Egg Dried Powder, Choline Chloride, Iodised salt, Calcium Carbonate, DL-Methionine, Potassium Chloride, Fructooligosaccharide (FOS), Vitamin Blend Dog, Mineral premixed, Vitamin E, Antioxidant, Vitamin A.

FEEDING GUIDELINES

24h Daily feeding guide

RECOMMENDED DAILY FEEDING GUIDE FOR YOUR PET

Small Breed

  • Pomeranian (miniature)
  • Lhasa Apso
  • Tibetan Spaniel
  • Pug
Months/puppy Body Weight <5 kgs 5 – 10 kgs
Weaning to 3 months 15-109 g 50-184 g
3 to 6 months 33-125 g 109-211 g
6 to 9 months 37-114 g 125-208 g
9 to 12 months - 114-208 g

Mediun Breed

  • Dachshund (standard)
  • Beagle
  • (Indian Pomeranian)
Months/puppy Body Weight <5 kgs 5 – 10 kgs
Weaning to 3 months 84-249 g 114-358 g
3 to 6 months 184-286 g 249-418 g
6 to 9 months 211-283 g 286-418 g
9 to 12 months 208-283 g 283-418 g
  • Divide the total recommended feeding amount by the number of times you feed your dog per day.
  • Increase or decrease the amount you feed depending on your dog’s activity level and body condition.
  • Remember to have clean, fresh water available for your dog at all times.
  • Because IAMS™ PROACTIVE HEALTH Adult Large Breed Food is complete and balance for Large Breed size dogs, you do not need to add vitamin or mineral supplements.

How to properly transition your dog’s diet

It’s important to change diets gradually. Switching diets too quiickly can cause vomiting, diarrhea, or excess gas. Any time you decide to change your dog’s deits, you should transition to the new diet gradually in order to give your dog’s system time to adjust to the change. Ideally, these transaction should happen over 7-10 days.

**This is just a guideline, and you can increase transition time if your pet is particularly sensitive.

Guaranteed Analysis

Protein (min) 28.5%
Fat (min) 17%
Fiber (max) 4%
Moisture (max) 12%
Ash 8%

Please store this pack in a cool, dry place, out of the sun