IAMS Visible Difference Challenge

This post is sponsored by Lunchbox

So how do you pamper your dogs?

Spa sessions? Massages? Grooming appointments? Treats?

Jester having a spa day and relaxing massage with his teddy

Jester having a spa day and relaxing massage with his teddy

In celebration of  IAMS Visible Difference products, we were asked how we cater to our food obsessed Furry Foodie and how we spoil them.

My pups love food. They love food so much that an entire shelf is dedicated to their food and treats. With them being rescues, I always find it really hard to show restraint when it comes to spoiling them with treats, food and kisses. And like with people, food is the best way to win over a #FurryFoodies heart 😉

We spoil our dogs with treats and food

We spoil our dogs with treats and food

IAMS Visible Difference products are available at your local Walmart and as a way of spoiling your dogs, you can claim a free collapsible dog bowl with every purchase

IAMS food is available for all dogs, shapes and data-lazy-sizes

IAMS food is available for all dogs, shapes and sizes

Shoppers who buy the new IAMS ProActive health dog food will be able to text or upload their receipt and receive a free collapsible food bowl in the mail till November 30, 2015. All you have to do is  text “DOGBOWL” with a photo of your receipt to 811811 (only valid on purchases made from 9/15/15-11/30/15)

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By feeding your dog IAMS, you will see a visible difference in their energy levels, skin, coat and digestion. That’s the IAMS® satisfaction guarantee or your money back

All the things my dogs love

All the things my dogs love

IAMS is 100% proactive nutrition with 0% fillers and with over 36 different kinds of IAMS Visible Difference products that qualify for your free bowl (including Grain Free, Premium, Healthy Naturals), you are sure to find one that works for your City Dog.

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 To learn more about the visible difference IAMS can make in your pet, visit the IAMS Visible Difference website

How Do You Spoil Your Dog?

34 comments so far.

34 responses to “IAMS Visible Difference Challenge”

  1. Cathy Armato says:

    I spoil the heck out of my dogs with all kinds of treats, toys, and premium food. Iams was the first “premium” food I ever fed a pet. My cat lived almost 19 years on Iams food! This sounds like a great new food from Iams.
    Love & Biscuits,
    Dogs Luv Us and We Luv Them

    • City Dog Expert says:

      Thanks so much for such a great comment. Spoiling our pups is something that makes both us and them happy

  2. M. K. Clinton says:

    Your treats are so neatly organized that I feel the need to straighten mine. I love the idea of the jars. We raised many dogs on Iams through the years.

  3. Tenacious Little Terrier says:

    That picture of Jester with his teddy bear is so adorable!

    • City Dog Expert says:

      it was custom made to look like him. He can’t sleep without it! lol

  4. Maureen says:

    When I first got a pet years ago I fed IAMs and moved away from it over the years. It’s good to know they are offering some other variety. I am totally impressed by how organized you are with the dog treats!

    • City Dog Expert says:

      I have too much free time on my hands to keep organizing the treats lol

  5. Carleen says:

    I love your treat storage! That is so cute!

    • City Dog Expert says:

      Thanks so much Carleen

  6. Kristen–well minded says:

    What a great promo! Love that is so easy. Your storage system for treats is great…we, too, have been known to spoil with treats. I am now trained to administer them when N.A.S.H.A. punches me in the leg.

    • City Dog Expert says:

      ahhhh the leg punch treat dispenser!!! Some advanced training there 😉

  7. Pawesome Cats says:

    Our cats have their treats in Mason Jars too – it stops the ‘chewing’ the packets!!

    • City Dog Expert says:

      Our cat is terrible for that. Or he helps the dogs out by throwing the treat packet on the floor for them

  8. Mary E Haight says:

    I love your treat jars!! OMD — how many dogs do you have, lol, you could feed an army there =) Thanks for the review — do you know if ingredients are sourced in North America and are they making this food in the US or are they still manufacturing everything in China? It seems as if some of their formulas have changed so I’m curious. Thanks!

    • City Dog Expert says:

      This is only for 3 of them. I am a bit of a hoarder so like having lots of treats in supply!! lol

      I have passed your questions on to the company and as soon as I have a reply will update you 🙂

  9. Carol Bryant says:

    I love having Mason jars to keep treats in – seems like Mason jars are all the rage, too.

    • City Dog Expert says:

      bang on trend! lol

  10. Robin says:

    I definitely spoil my kitties! They have treats and toys galore. I love to see them happy and healthy. 🙂 IAMs does seem like an awesome company. I hope that you are seeing good results with your dogs.

    • City Dog Expert says:

      treats and toys are the best

  11. Elizabeth Keene says:

    I wouldn’t take a photo of the inside of my pantry for anything! OK, at least not in the shape it’s in now. Managed chaos, it is. 🙂 Very impressed with your organization and display skills!

    • City Dog Expert says:

      All my chaos is in my mind (thankfully/unthankfully!!)

  12. MattieDog says:

    Really pawesome – I’ve shared the Mason jars treat holder idea wif my momma!! Great write up for IAMs – you’re spreading good news about a quality product!

    • City Dog Expert says:

      Thanks MattieDog. Get mama shopping for those jars 😉

  13. Rachel says:

    I try to spoil Rooney however I can….activities, toys, treats, etc. I love the jars you have your dog’s toys in, so cute!

    • City Dog Expert says:

      Thanks so much. We are a little obsessed with organizing here lol

  14. Spencer the Goldendoodle says:

    My mom keeps all my treats in a giant mason jar! I think she does that to torture me!

    • City Dog Expert says:

      You can look but you can’t touch 😉

  15. Beth | Daily Dog Tag says:

    I shudder to think of the food the dogs from my childhood ate. I wonder how much that plays into the longer life expectancy of dogs now.

    • City Dog Expert says:

      I feel the same. My first dog when I was a child was fed value dog food. God knows what was in it

  16. Annette says:

    We spoil our pets with love & games 😉

    • City Dog Expert says:

      That’s the best way

  17. Ryan says:

    I didn’t know Iams had grain free options. That’s cool!

  18. Kama says:

    I love your treat jars! I think I might steal that idea…

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