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Food to soothe your dog’s sensitive stomach

Let’s get right to it: if your dog has a sensitive stomach you’ll have noticed the loose poos, occasional vomiting, and way too much farting. Sound familiar? Our dry food blends for dogs with sensitive digestion – balanced with prebiotics and beneficial fibre sources – can help.

A soothing blend

We use a variety of ingredients that are gentle on sensitive stomachs, and support healthy digestion.

Beet Pulp

Not just a great source of fibre for slow, healthy digestion – beet pulp also nourishes the natural bacteria in your dog’s gut, and makes nutrients easier to absorb.

Mannan-oligosaccharides (MOS)

This natural source of fibre from yeast helps boost your dog’s immune response to harmful bacteria, improving gut health and digestion.

Fructo-oligosaccharides (FOS)

FOS promotes the growth of good bacteria in the gut, making it easier for your dog to absorb nutrients. It’s also great for the immune system, and gets your dog’s farts under control. Sweet relief.


Specifically, vitamins A, E, zinc and selenium: excellent antioxidants that boost your dog’s immune defences in the gut.

Signs of a sensitive stomach: check with the vet first

There are many reasons dogs get digestive upsets from time to time. It could be something they ate, or a sudden change in diet; or it could be a health condition such as a bacterial or viral infection, inflammatory bowel disease or even a kidney issue. Breed plays a part too: German Shepherds, Boxers, Bulldogs, Cocker Spaniels, and Yorkshire Terriers are all more prone to sensitive digestion.

Signs of a sensitive stomach include:
Loose stools
Occasional vomiting
Excessive flatulence

If your dog has regular digestive upsets, it’s always best to check with the vet to see if there’s an underlying health issue. Once you’ve ruled that out, you can focus on easing your dog’s sensitive stomach through their diet.

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