Hill’s Science Diet Dry Adult Dog Food, Sensitive Stomach & Skin, Chicken Recipe
Purina Pro Plan Focus Sensitive Skin & Stomach Adult Dry Dog Food
Purina ONE SmartBlend Natural Sensitive Systems, Digestive Health, Limited Ingredient Formulas Adult Dog Food
Royal Canin Canine Gastrointestinal Low Fat Dry
Canidae Grain-Free Pure Limited Ingredient Diet Dog
Taste Of The Wild High Prairie Grain-Free Dog Food
Blue Buffalo Basics,Grain Free, Limited Ingredient Dog Food
AvoDerm Natural Dry & Wet Dog Food, for Skin & Coat, Chicken & Rice Formula
Whole Earth Farms Grain-Free Dog Food
NUTRO Limited Ingredient Diet Adult Dry Dog Food
Wellness Simple LID Grain-Free Salmon & Potato Formula
Merrick Limited Ingredient Diet Grain-Free Real Lamb & Sweet Potato Recipe
Zignature Turkey Limited Ingredient Formula Grain-Free Dry Food
Instinct Limited Ingredient Diet Grain Free Recipe Be Natural Recipe
Merrick Grain Free Puppy Dry Dog Food Recipe
Holistic Select Natural Dry Dog Food Lamb
NUTRO Natural Choice Limited Ingredients Dry Dog Food - Puppy
IAMS Proactive Health Adult Grain Free Dog Food
Nulo Freestyle Limited Turkey Recipe Grain-Free Puppy & Adult Dry Dog Food
Solid Gold - Leaping Waters with Cold Water Salmon - Grain-Free - Holistic Adult Dog Food
Diamond Care Sensitive Stomach Recipe Specially Made As A Limited Ingredient Diet to Support Dogs
Stella & Chewy’s Duck Duck Goose Dinner Freeze-Dried Patties
Halo Natural Supplements With Prebiotics For Dogs, Sensitive Stomach
Natural Balance L.I.D. Limited Ingredient Diets Wet Dog Food
Wellness Simple Natural Wet Canned Limited Ingredient Dog Food
Iams Proactive Health Wet Dog Food Chicken - Senior
Royal Canin Gastrointestinal Canine Treats (17.6 oz)
What Should I Look for in Sensitive Stomach Dog Food?
Easy to Digest Ingredients
High-Fiber Ingredients – A good high-fiber food like pumpkin or sweet potato can help firm up the stools. There are two types of fiber:
Moderate Fat Content
Benefits of Choosing a Premium Dog Food for Sensitive Stomach and Diarrhea
Understanding Food Sensitivities in Dogs
Before you Change Your Food
Dry vs Wet Dog Food For Sensitive Stomach and Diarrhea
Signs of a Sensitive Stomach
Dog Breeds That Are Prone to a Sensitive Stomach
Why Do Dogs Develop a Sensitive Stomach and Diarrhea?
Some Dogs Are Born With It
Some Dogs Are More Susceptible
Problems With Digesting
As a Symptom of a More Serious Condition
Can Dog Food Cause Gas in Dogs?
How Can I Tell if My Dog Has a Food Allergy?
What is "The Elimination Diet" For Food Allergies?
You start with an extremely restricted diet of one protein (like fish or bison) and one carbohydrate (like sweet potato or pumpkin) that your pal has not been eating. Wait for your pooch’s symptoms to subside. Then start adding other ingredients one at a time and watch for signs of a reaction. Keep a record of your observations to help you figure out which foods you should avoid.
How To Change Your Dog’s Diet?
Fasting does not include with holding water! If Fido has been vomiting or has chronic diarrhea from his old food, you want to make sure he’s getting plenty of liquids.
Give Specialized Food After Fasting
Give Small Portions
What Ingredients Should You Avoid in Dog Food?
What is Prescription Diet Dog Food?
The Difference Between Homemade Food and Commercial Brands
How Can I Treat My Dog’s Sensitive Stomach At Home?
Homemade Food Recipes That Can Help Improve Sensitive Stomach and Diarrhea
Chicken, Rice , and Vegetables
Cottage cheese, chicken, and mashed potatoes
Chicken, Rice, and Pumpkin
Hamburger, Oatmeal, and Eggs
Frequently Asked Questions
We discussed a list of possible signs of a sensitive stomach above. If your dog is vomiting, has soft stools or diarrhea, or seems uncomfortable after eating, he may have a sensitive stomach. Always check with your vet to rule out other conditions.
It depends on the level of sensitivity that your pup shows. If Fido has a hard time tolerating foods with lots of different ingredients or you can’t seem to get his diarrhea cleared up, try a limited diet.
Allergies are a body’s immune response to a trigger substance. When a dog develops a food allergy they often have it for life. Allergic symptoms like itchy skin, vomiting, or diarrhea should clear up within a few weeks after removing the offending ingredient(s) from your pup’s diet, although. The length of recovery can vary depending on the severity of the symptoms.
To help settle an upset stomach, take away your dog’s food and fast them for ½ to 1 day. That will let them eliminate the food that’s causing problems. Follow up with a bland diet like chicken and rice until their symptoms clear up. Then gradually reintroduce normal food.
For immediate relief, you can give them some Imodium (1 mg per 20 pounds). Use Pepto Bismol (¼ tablet per 20 lbs) if you have a Collie breed. Do not give more than once every 8 hours, and only use for 1-2 days.
Usually, a sudden increase in gas (flatulence) is due to a change in dog food, your pup eating something spoiled, or a dietary indiscretion like getting into the garbage. Dogs can also produce more gas if they gulp excess air along with their food.
Eggs are the easiest protein to digest followed by chicken, beef, and lamb.