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At least Diamond Large Breed does. It is also not overdone in the fast growth department per their website/on-the-bag info. There have been several threads regarding puppies: feed them adult, feed them an all-life-stages, don't
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Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA)
All our puppy and kitten formulas are enhanced with DHA (Docosahexaenoic Acid) – a natural Omega-3 fatty acid critical for brain and vision development. A growing puppy or kitten first receives DHA from its mother’s milk. Yet studies show that puppies and kittens can greatly benefit from DHA long after weaning. (Not recognized as an essential nutrient by the AAFCO Cat Food Nutrient Profile.)

So will my dog be dumb and blind if I leave this out, or am I dumb for spending so much time thinking about f**king dog food. ](*,)
 

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You can always give fish oil capsules to get the Omega-3s...all 3 of my dogs get it...especially Cinder, because she has skin issues and it helps GREATLY with her condition. In fact, I *think* I've read on here that Omega 3 thru fish oil capsules is better than the Omega 3 added into dog food...something about their body being better able to absorb it.
 

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The Diamond large breed lamb and rice puppy food is pretty good. I personally would only feed it till about 6 months of age, but that is my opinion. Then you could switch to the adult lamb and rice.
 
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