Diamond pet foods are made with the highest quality ingredients and formulated to help your pet stay active and feel great. Every Diamond pet food formula contains carefully determined levels of protein, fat and other essential nutrients to support ideal body condition. Along with antioxidants and fiber for digestive and immune system support, Diamond pet foods provide all the nutrients your pet needs, day after day.
We believe every pet deserves the best nutrition. Through extensive research, proprietary technology and rigorous production standards, we work to ensure that when you buy Diamond, you can be confident your pet is getting safe, affordable nutrition of the highest quality.
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Powerful antioxidants such as selenium and vitamin E help to support the immune system and a healthy lifestyle.
Salmon oil provides DHA (Docosahexaenoic acid), an omega-3 fatty acid that is important for brain and vision development in young puppies. In nursing adult dogs, DHA is passed from the mother to the puppy through the mother’s milk.
GLUCOSAMINE AND CHONDROITIN
Guaranteed levels of these supplements help to support joints and cartilage.
OMEGA FATTY ACIDS
Chicken fat, along with fish meal, flaxseed or salmon oil, provides the omega fatty acids that are essential for healthy skin, a shiny coat and overall well-being.
Fiber from dried beet pulp helps support the digestive system and promotes the overall health of your pet.
ESSENTIAL VITAMINS & MINERALS
Essential vitamins and minerals are necessary for the health and well-being of your pet. A precise blend of these nutrients are included in every formula.
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DOES WINTER WEATHER CHANGE MY PET’S NUTRITION?
In many areas, late autumn and winter can bring plenty of bone-chilling cold and skin-soaking wet weather. As the air grows colder and the days get shorter, you may wonder if you need to change your pet’s diet. The answer depends on where you live, the type of winter weather you have and how much time your pet spends outdoors.
When home is where it’s perennially warm
If you live in the southern United States or on the West Coast and your dog or cat lives indoors, it’s unlikely that you’ll need to change your pet’s diet during cooler months, as long as his activity level stays about the same. If your dog lives primarily outdoors, however, you may need to make minor adjustments. The key is whether your dog gets a consistent amount of exercise from season to season — something that can be tough to do with less daylight and potentially more rain.
Indoor dogs living in four-season areas
Our furry friends who live predominantly indoors in cold, snowy areas depend on us for their daily dose of exercise. As temperatures drop, some of us — including our canine companions — become increasingly reluctant to leave the comfortable warmth of our homes to go for walks or to visit the dog park. Since less exercise means fewer calories used, you may need to feed less to help your canine companion maintain a healthy weight. The other option is to maintain the same activity level no matter what the weather. If you and your dog spend a lot of time outside enjoying the cold weather and snow sports, you may need to increase your furry friend’s food. As always, check with your veterinarian before making any dramatic changes.